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This post found its way into an old thread about holding a Royal Commission into strata managers. This is about the workings of NCAT, so I have re-posted it here. A little more care in posting responses from the thread that you want to contribute to, rather than the one you’re on when inspiration strikes, would help. If anyone knows where it should be, I’ll move it again – JT
Education of owners and tenants is a long process. And, from proven experience, most people expect to be “lead by someone else” not “to lead themselves”.
Expecting democracy to work requires high levels of ethical behaviour and knowledge. That is where good laws and their enforcement come into play.
We can, with 100% show the “workaround” how to win case if one is a Respondent at NCAT each and every time (precedents in jurisprudence). The trick was successfully tested in two CTTT/NCAT cases, and in spite of being completely erratic and flawed, it can certainly be quoted in any new case. If anyone wants the short details, just say so. It is worth sharing information how NCAT operates.
There is already a petition for royal commission:
Putting aside slow-acting Fair Trading NSW and NCAT, there are some simple ways for efficient self-governing in strata complexes. Here is a submission to Strata Information Focus Group in 2021 – “trust through verification”:
Many parties recognise that NSW strata laws and civil law administration are problematic:
… and much more.
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