Queensland developers demand NSW-style forced sales of strata units

Queensland’s developers want a NSW-style “forced sales” regulation – where a majority of strata owners can compel a minority to sell their units for redevelopment – brought in as part of a general revamp of strata law in the state.  NSW’s new strata laws, due to come in on November 30, include provisions whereby 75 per cent of owners in a strata block can force the other 25 per cent to sell the building for redevelopment.   Read the article……………..

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