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My committee has been advised 4 times they cannot by the law law pay for in-lot pest control (when doing annual common area pc) without a prior agreement with owners to seek and enforce cost reimbursement. They are proceeding regardless to offer it free and paid for by owner’s fund, though have now said this will be the last time (with no explanation of why it’s been okay to date but won’t be next time) and since used the Strata company email to advise owners of the forthcoming date. To me it’s akin to planning one final bank robbery and going straight maybe later.
I am trying to pinpoint the breakdown and think it is a) the Strata Manager knowing/not knowing the law but not advising the committee this is an unlawful use of owners funds, b) the committee ignoring the advice and proceeding on regardless.
The committee is often pretty ignorant or disdainful of the related law and the Strata company often seems to know where their bread is buttered. So I’m interested in the Strata Manager’s responsibility to owners over committee silliness and what other’s may suggest as the way to ensure we get the Strata services we pay for and guidance, and protection we should expect of them?
(We are in QLd).
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