I can’t help but think of the words of George Orwell when the subject of equalisation of levies is raised. This refers to the view that all unit owners should pay the same or a similar amount in levies irrespective of the type of apartment that they Read More
When Management Rights are purchased, the buyer usually enters into a contract referred to as a Caretaking and Letting agreement or something similar. In many cases the contract was originally drawn up by a Developer and passed on to the original Caretaker.
One of the requirements of living in a Community Titles Scheme is that all owners are required to contribute to the maintenance and management of the building that they live in. The responsibilities vary depending on the type of complex but, basically, all owners have to pay Read More
In the last twenty years or so there has been an explosion of communal developments in Queensland. These include gated communities, high rise unit complexes, townhouse developments and various other complexes where owners coexist in an environment that is managed by a Body Corporate.