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When can a body corporate withhold access to records?30 Jan more

Our most read articles of 201818 Jan

Here are the most useful, interesting and most read articles from 2018! more

Casual employment just got a whole lot more expensive – does your organisation know how to mitigate this risk?16 Jan

Does your organisation employ casuals? more

Hynes Legal promotes three new partners20 Dec

Hynes Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of three new partners, Madeline Walsh, Amy O’Donnell and Todd Garsden, effective 1 January 2019. more

QCAT considers short term letting by-laws21 Nov

Governments create laws. Courts and tribunals interpret those laws when they make decisions on disputes. We all then rely on those interpretations as gospel in terms of what the legislation actually means. more

Action Required – Award Modernisation – New Requirements 20 Nov

There have been some important to changes to most modern awards in recent weeks. more

Body corporate insurance obligations16 Oct

If William Shakespeare was a Queensland strata title property owner (particularly in North Queensland), he might at this very stage be writing: more

The cladding bus has left the station03 Oct

It is terrifying how quickly time flies. Two months ago we wrote about the new cladding regulation. It has now commenced. more

The meaning of ‘full and accurate minutes’ – the devil is in the detail 14 Aug

There are two sets of minutes that must be kept by every body corporate. Those at committee level and those at general meeting level. more

Combustible cladding laws in Queensland announced 06 Aug

If you don’t know whether the cladding on your building is combustible, you are soon going to be forced to find out. more

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