A strata committee is the representative of the strata, body corporate, or owners corporation, comprising various office bearers or executive positions. At each AGM, the strata committee members are elected by the strata, body corporate, or owners corporation for one year.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to select your committee members and make sense of their roles and responsibilities.
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 the living experience within Australia’s community living landscape.
When managing your strata, body corporate, or owners corporation property, the committee is one of the most crucial functions to get right as decisions are made on behalf of the strata, body corporate, or owners corporation. But how do you know whether the right people are undertaking the right roles to improve the chances of success? Learn about the nine things to consider when appointing your committee members.
The committee is responsible for overseeing whether legislative functions of the strata, body corporate, or owners corporation are being executed. Such functions may include record keeping, finances, and insurance obligations. Learn about a strata committee's ten roles and responsibilities, and see the difference between being self-managed and when a strata manager is appointed.
Strata managers are trained professionals who have the knowledge and expertise required to ensure matters relevant to your strata property are addressed. By engaging a strata manager, you have additional assurance that they will act objectively and ethically without favour or bias. Learn about the duties and responsibilities of a strata manager, as well as a detailed look into how to change your current strata manager if required.