Strata Sorrows for Opponents of AirBNB

The Tribunal responsible for determining strata disputes in NSW recently ruled in favour of an applicant who had challenged a by-law enacted in her strata scheme which had the effect of banning short-term letting in the building. She had been renting out her apartment using AirBNB in particular.  In the decision in Estens v Owners Strata Plan 11825, NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) found that the Owners Corporation did not have power to make the by-law in question.    Read the article……………


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