Ratification can turn back time on by-law breaches

A recent Supreme Court decision, The Owners Strata Plan No 57164 v Yau [2016] NSWSC 1056, yielded some interesting findings for strata owners and managers alike.  First, that executive committees can settle legal cases, potentially even if their meetings were invalid. That issue is for others to unpack, though it’s interesting to note in the event of a by-law breach which gets that far in the courts.     Read the article…………..


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