NSW Tribunal has power to allow short-term renting in strata blocks

Last week the Supreme Court in Melbourne ruled that owners’ corporations could not pass bylaws banning short-stay lets, such as through Airbnb, in apartment buildings.  This is a big win for strippers, hookers, travelling footy fans and buck’s weekend organisers – and, especially, the leeches who let their residential flats to them.  So, thank goodness we live in a state that puts the needs of the community before the greed of individuals.     Read the article…………….


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