Question: A resident has moved into one of the units in our strata, however, she is not registered as a tenant but as an ‘approved resident’. She is considered a visitor and is able to use visitor parking etc. What can we do about this?
Answer: The easiest way to regulate this visitor is for the owner corporation to pass a by-law which imposes time and frequency limits on visitor parking.
The easiest way to regulate this visitor is for the owner corporation to pass a by-law which imposes time and frequency limits on visitor parking including, for example, the requirement that no visitor can use the visitor space unless the visitor is also present at the building. Further conditions might include:
1.1 Every Owner and Occupier of a Lot must comply and ensure that their visitors comply in all respects with the conditions of this By-Law.
That the Owners Corporation be authorised to install barriers consisting of chains or bollards.
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