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Maybe Strata might have its share of cowboys.
I have just been elected to a committee, read the NSW Act & Regulations and see that there provisions for committee meetings to approve various things related to the activities of the Strata’s operation.
The Strata Manager says and work needed (maintenance) under $500 he will automatically attend to, anything above will be referred to the Committee to approve the quotes.
He indicated – Just talk between yourselves and e-mail which one you want.
Another party say’s according to what he read (Act & Reg’s) a Committee meeting must be called (3 days notice required) to decide, with the minutes being the record of the Committee’s decision. Obviously the Strata Manager is e-mailed the decision also.
About 4 years ago I was at a Strata Conference in Sydney, and recall in a general discussion with an attending Strata Lawyer, he indicated Committee meetings were not required, which surprised me at the time.
Can someone put me right.
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