The NSW government releases new draft legislation on Airbnb-style letting

The NSW government has officially opened the door to public comment more than one year after announcing plans to regulate short-term …

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Don’t be a victim of mailbox theft

Gone are the days of visiting the local bank to pay bills and get cash for the week. All we need …

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Five ways to boost sustainability for your strata property

This year we’ve seen school students strike and protestors block roads – a sign Australians have become more environmentally aware.

There’s a …

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The latest on cladding: is your building fire proof?

Finding it hard to keep up with changes to combat the cladding crisis? Here’s what is happening across Australia

It’s 2019 and …

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Looking to buy a new property? Ask for a strata report

While strata reports can be valuable for prospective buyers, additional research has proven beneficial before buyers make a final decision.

Most of …

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Playing by the rules – tennis court do’s and don’ts

A game of tennis can swat your stress away and enhance the quality of community living. Strata or body corporate properties …

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When does your body corporate resort to contravention notices?

Breaching body corporate by-laws is always frowned upon. This not only disrupts the way of life and creates discord amongst residents, …

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Law of nuisance: what it means for community living

In strata or body corporate properties, getting along with your neighbours is paramount. Where one person’s actions can be a nuisance …

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What happens to abandoned goods in a strata property?

Disposing your rubbish correctly and taking care not to abandon your goods and household items on common property is key to …

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When do you need a compulsory strata manager?

If your owners corporation has been unable to live up to the task or needs help with technical matters, it’s time …

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