Lodge an application for strata mediation

 

 

Applications for mediation can be lodged by:

 

Owners corporations against individual lot owners for:


  • breaches of the scheme’s by-laws (i.e parking on common property, noise, behaviour etc)
  • damage to common property
  • unauthorised alterations to common property
  • for the return of the books and records where an agent’s contract has been terminated.

 

Lot owners against the owners corporation for:


  • the management of the scheme including enforcement of the by-laws
  • repair and maintenance of the common property
  • meeting procedures
  • decisions of the owners corporation
  • levies
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Lot owners against other lot owners for:


  • breaches of the scheme’s by laws (i.e parking on common property, noise, behaviour, damage to common property etc)
  • use of lot or common property which may affect them personally as well as affecting other lot owners

 

Evidence of mediation is required before an application for an order will be accepted at the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal.

 

    

 





For more information on whether your dispute is suitable for mediation call 13 32 20.

 

OR are you at the point where you believe the appointment of a compulsory managing agent is required:

 

An application can be made directly with the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal. An Adjudicator can make an order appointing a compulsory strata manager if satisfied that the scheme is not functioning properly or the owners corporation has failed to perform its duties.

Upon application the applicant must provide evidence. This may include:

  • no annual general or executive committee meetings being convened
  • little or no funds available
  • no executive committee
  • no insurance
  • no common property repairs or maintenance being carried out

 

An applicant will also need to provide a letter of consent from a licenced strata managing agent willing to manage the scheme.

    

 





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