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A person in my building has gone full Karen on the committee after feeling, rightly so, that they have been doing the wrong thing regarding fixing her apartment’s bathroom after water ingress from the roof and by the cracked in-slab pipework.
I thought the owner had to do the usual steps as I believe are outlined in the Qld Act: approach the committee (which she did and they didn’t do the right thing by any of us – her, and us paying for it), then seek adjudication if still required (and I’m sure the committee would get their rightful pants-kicking), and then if still not sorted, go seek enforcement if still unresolved. She tells me her solicitor is by-passing all that to raise hell in court-action pending, but that seems in my mind not possible if the steps I mentioned are not first followed in correct order.
Can anyone tell me if she can do that, or if they can only on some specific issues, or must she follow the set trail? We are Queenslanders.
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