Download your free guide to meeting management basics

Download your free guide to meeting management basics

Our guide aims to provide guidance so that when you attend your first committee meeting, you’ll know what meeting protocols need to be followed so you can get the most out of your meetings.

By explaining what they are, how they affect you, and addressing the common misconceptions around each topic, we aim to provide you with the tools to enhance liveability, certainty, and harmony within Australia’s community living landscape.

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The key players in strata management

The key players in strata management

In a strata or body corporate property, various individuals and entities work together to ensure everything runs like clockwork and the legal and compliance obligations of the strata property are fulfilled. Learn about the four key players that contribute to the daily operations of strata management.

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How a strata committee can help your property

How a strata committee can help your property

As it’s not practical to have all owners participate in all the decision-making processes, a committee is needed to make day-to-day decisions on behalf of everyone. See all five reasons why you should appoint a strata committee for your strata property.

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Who does what on a strata committee?

Who does what on a strata committee?

Once a strata committee is elected at an annual general meeting (AGM), the positions of the chairperson, secretary, treasurer and other office bearers must be determined. See the breakdown of each strata committee member’s roles and main functions, as well as what functions can be delegated to your appointed strata manager.

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