Review of strata bylaws will fail unless they are made easier to adopt

Tucked away in a corner of the new strata laws is a smart-thinking provision that threatens to be a complete waste of time.  Quite simply, it says all owners’ corporations have to review their bylaws within a year of the laws coming into effect on November 30.  So, does this mean that every owner in every strata scheme in NSW is going to meticulously read their bylaws – which would be a first for many of us – then compare them with the new-model bylaws or even with changed attitudes in their unit block?   Read the article…………..


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