In a decision handed down yesterday, the Appeal Panel of the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal has held that the Tribunal does not have the power under section 106(5) of […]
Gisks is the first reported case dealing with smoke drift in a strata scheme following the 2015 reforms. This blog discusses that case.
Strata meetings provide a forum for lot owners to voice their concerns and opinions and to have input in important decisions regarding the strata plan. There will undoubtedly be occasions in which a lot owner is unable to physically attend a meeting to exercise these rights, which is where the use of a voting proxy may be beneficial.