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Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter!

This month we present you with the second installment in our series of bite-sized articles covering popular topics. In our headline article we cover parking in strata buildings and whether an Owners Corporation is allowed to tow vehicles in breach of by-laws.

There are also a number of other strata related articles which we believe might be of interest to you.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team.
We will be happy to assist you!

Leanne Habib, CEO
Inger Brettle, COO


What is new at Premium Strata?

Can parking offenders be towed from common property?

Under the new NSW strata legislation, the Owners Corporation has finally received new powers to tow vehicles in breach of by-laws. This articles explains the requirements which must be met first, and possible penalties.

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Neighbours Come in all Shapes and Sizes and so do your Common Boundary Disputes

Bannermans Lawyers
All properties have boundaries and inevitably, at some time or another you may be faced with a dispute arising over your boundary line or the structures contained thereon.

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Q&A Strata Accounting Procedure for Invoicing a Strata Plan

Leanne Habib, Premium Strata
What is the proper strata accounting procedure for invoicing a strata plan in NSW?

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Notice to comply

Q&A Can a Strata Committee Member send their own Notice to Comply Letter?

Leanne Habib, Premium Strata
Can one member of the Body Corporate Committee send their own breach of bylaw letter to an owner without contacting other members of the Body Corporate to discuss?

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Overdue strata fees

Q&A Overdue strata fees - When Can Legal Action Commence?

Bronwyn Smith, Smith Partners Lawyers
What are the requirements to contact a lot owner regarding overdue strata fees? When can legal action against the lot owner commence?

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Latest News

The families choosing to raise their kids in flats

Kirrily Schwarz
In addition to having more free time to indulge in entertainment and activities, many families enjoy the convenience of having all necessities close by. “Everything is so simple — they can run out and get a bottle of milk without having to justify the trip and buy a whole load of food.”

Can we evict a drug dealer from an apartment building?

Jimmy Thomson, Domain
It’s one of the ironies of strata living that a lot of people choose to live in apartments because of the additional security that locked-off floors, electronic access keys and CCTV provide – and that includes drug dealers and other members of the criminal fraternity. So what happens if one of your neighbours is carted off by the police, charged with drug offences and is then released on bail awaiting trial?


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