Category Archive: Sectional Title Law

Behave Yourself! Sectional Title Law Areas of Conduct

Conduct Sectional Title Law

Sectional title law no 5 – Conduct prescribed or proscribed by law

In our articles on sectional title law, we have looked at the role of the trustees in a complex, the rules for general meetings of owners and the role of the Chair, financial management and record-keeping, and the role and duties of managing agents. In the last in this series we cover the types of conduct within a sectional title scheme that the law sees fit to specifically mandate.

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Can you manage?

Managing agent for scheme

 

Sectional title law no 4 – The role of managing agents

In our occasional series on sectional title law, so far we have looked at the role of the trustees in a complex, the rules for general meetings of owners and the role of the Chair, and financial management and record-keeping. In this penultimate article we will examine the role and duties of managing agents.

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For The Record – Financial Management, Insurance & Levies

Financial Management in Sectional Title Law

 

Sectional title law no 3 – Financial management, insurance, levies and record-keeping

In our occasional series on sectional title law, so far we have looked at the role of the trustees in a complex and the rules for general meetings of owners and the role of the Chair. In this article we will cover financial management of schemes, insurance, levies and accurate record-keeping – what is required by law?

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Meeting up – Role of the Chair

Role of the Chair

Role of the Chair

 

Rules for owner meetings and the role of the Chair

In the first in this series, we looked at the role of the trustees in a complex under sectional title law. In this article we will cover general meetings of owners and the role of the Chair.

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Trust me, I’m a trustee

Trustee role in Sectional Title Law

The role of trustees in Sectional Title Law

You’ve just moved into your first complex. You’re getting to grips with terms such as ‘body corporate’, ‘sectional title scheme’, ‘trustees’, ‘exclusive use’, ‘common property’, ‘levies’, etc. What do they are mean, and how do they affect your daily life in your new home?

Or maybe you’ve been asked to become a trustee. Are you eligible? What will be expected of you if you agree? Let’s take a look at the role of trustees in the management of a sectional title scheme.

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