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Living in NSW.
I am now part of the Committee.
The post. “How do you compel committee to do what owners have agreed?” made me wonder how Owners can agree to anything if we, the Committee don’t seem to be allowed to talk to the Owners/ Tenants/Maintenance staff and discuss with the other Committee members about issues. It seems like good communication is only available to those who have a great Strata Management / Chair.
In the Strata Laws, is it formally written in the current laws that the Committee ARE / SHOULD be allowed to talk to, most importantly each other, and then to Owners and Tenants to discuss/resolve issues?
Because at the moment, I am wondering how can any of us resolve anything if we are only allowed to talk to 2 or 3 out of 20 occupants or only through Strata Management?
Thanks for any feedback!
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