Strata managers’ lurks and perks to be disclosed

If knowledge is power, then strata committees in their dealings with their strata managers are about to get powerful, or at least empowered.  New strata laws for NSW, beginning 30 November 2016, force strata managers to give more information to strata committees and owners than ever before about their work as managers, but there are just three things that count:   Read the article…………..


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