What a strata committee should do and what it cannot decide
A successful strata committee would do these things well, while avoiding making decisions that require a special resolution
The strata committee is responsible for overseeing that the legislative functions of the owners corporation are being executed. These include record keeping, finances and insurance obligations. However, the list of things a strata committee should do will depend on whether it is self-managed or if there is a strata manager engaged.
If a strata property is self-managed, the committee would need to carry out all tasks of the owners corporation, such as issuing levy notices, arranging insurance quotes, preparing financial statements and keeping records.
If a strata manager is engaged, the committee’s functions become less task-related and more management to ensure that legal obligations are fulfilled