Management Rights News

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A Tenant’s Representative? – Really?

15 September 2015

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There are a number of interesting changes proposed by the NSW Government under the Strata Schemes Management Bill 2015, which ...

SHACKLES APPLIED TO STRATA MANAGERS

19 August 2015

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The NSW Government has introduced a Bill into Parliament that will replace the existing Strata Schemes Management Act 1996. If ...

CARETAKING AND LETTING AGREEMENT ESSENTIALS PART 5: DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND TERMINATION

16 July 2015

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This month, we continue our examination of various clauses within caretaking and letting agreements and the important considerations to be ...

The Missing Link

18 June 2015

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Caretaking Building Managers either already have the practical skills required to conduct the caretaking or facilities management part of their new ...

HOW TO DEAL WITH PENDING DISPUTES

15 April 2015

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Feeling Aggrieved or Annoyed? You have worked hard for this Body Corporate and done a bloody good job. Why is that ...

CASHFLOW RULES! – OR DOES IT?

16 March 2015

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Management Rights are unique businesses. They generate good steady cashflow and mostly retain their capital value. Bankers are good judges. They ...

CARETAKING AND LETTING AGREEMENT ESSENTIALS

03 March 2015

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 PART 4: KEYS TO THE KINGDOM This month I will look at another issue that raises its head as a cause ...

TWO ISSUES TO LOOK OUT FOR WHEN TOPPING UP

09 February 2015

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 A recent decision by the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Appeals reinforces two very important issues which you need to ...

NO LETTING APPOINTMENT – NO MONEY!

05 January 2015

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Some resident building managers still don’t appreciate the importance of their letting appointments with owners. Essentially, the law states that ...

The Different Types of Caretaking Agreements

17 November 2014

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 Essentially, there are three types of caretaking agreements in the marketplace: “Do” agreements; “Supervisory” agreements; Hybrid “Do” and “Supervisory” agreements. “Do” Agreements A “Do” agreement ...

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Management Rights News

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A Tenant’s Representative? – Really?

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There are a number of interesting changes proposed by the NSW Government under the Strata Schemes Management Bill 2015, which ...

CASHFLOW RULES! – OR DOES IT?

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Management Rights are unique businesses. They generate good steady cashflow and mostly retain their capital value. Bankers are good judges. They ...

CARETAKING AND LETTING AGREEMENT ESSENTIALS

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 PART 4: KEYS TO THE KINGDOM This month I will look at another issue that raises its head as a cause ...

HOW TO DEAL WITH PENDING DISPUTES

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Feeling Aggrieved or Annoyed? You have worked hard for this Body Corporate and done a bloody good job. Why is that ...

Privacy Issues and Management Rights

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We often hear of complaints being made to on-site managers of a breach of privacy when people don’t agree with ...

Letting Appointments with your Owners

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It is important that all managers understand the importance of their Agency Agreements with individual owners and their obligations to ...

The Tenant Representative

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The current NSW Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 will shortly be replaced by new legislation which has introduced a novel ...

Don't Shoot the Developer

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One issue often raised is whether a developer should have the right to sell management rights to strata schemes. The “Arrow ...

Building Managers And Committees

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Legally, Owners Corporations or Bodies Corporate are viewed as corporations. They derive their power from the relevant State strata legislation ...

FINANCE DEEDS IN NSW

19 February 2016

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In Queensland, the “Gallery Vie” decision continues to cause significant problems when it comes to the sale or refinancing of ...

More Management Rights The Simple Answer To Airbnb

30 January 2017

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Sydney Morning Herald columnist Jimmy Thompson wrote an interesting article in his Flat Chat column recently headed “Guerrilla warfare warning ...

How Important Are Unit Entitlements?

28 February 2017

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Voting Unit entitlements reflect your “share” in the strata scheme. Unlike Queensland however, NSW only has one form of unit entitlement. Many ...

Will You Be Downloading The AGM App?

20 September 2016

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With the new strata legislation coming into effect in NSW on the 30th November 2016, day to day strata management ...

NO LETTING APPOINTMENT – NO MONEY!

05 January 2015

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Some resident building managers still don’t appreciate the importance of their letting appointments with owners. Essentially, the law states that ...

The Mortgagees Right to your Owner's Rent

11 November 2009

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Have you ever been in this situation? You manage a building and you let out a unit on behalf of an ...