Procedural & governance issues

The Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 is very prescriptive in terms of the obligations of a Body Corporate and committee, and sets limits around choices that can be made at each level of authority.

While there are many rules in place, there are also gaps in the legislation that have been filled with decisions from the Commissioner’s Office and higher courts.

We are the leaders in Queensland strata law. As a dedicated body corporate law firm, we understand the details of this niche area of law and can help your body corporate to run smoothly.

We regularly advise clients on:

  • spending limits
  • types of resolution required
  • ruling motions out of order
  • requisitioning of general meetings
  • issues of procedural fairness
  • timing and manner of notices to owners
  • validity of committee nominations
  • meeting procedures generally

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