Condo Smarts: Regulations set conditions for limited common property

Dear Tony: Our property is made up of a strata corporation with a highrise, townhouses and commercial property. We have a health club operated by the strata corporation, but only the residential owners have access to the club.  As a commercial strata lot owner, we feel the clubhouse expenses are unfair because the operation is paid as a common expense from our operating budget, but we don’t have access. We either want to be exempt from the cost or share access to the facility.      Read the article…………..


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