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I’m part of a self-managed strata, and I suspect something fishy has been going on with levies for a number of years (I don’t want to go into more detail than that, as I know one of the committee members reads these forums). Let’s just say I suspect a “pea-and-shell” game has been being played.
Each year the agenda has the standard motion for appointing an auditor, which always gets voted down. Under the circumstances I’d be happy to personally fund the appointment of an auditor if people agreed to it, but is that even possible within the framework of such a motion? Or can I just enlist an auditor to check things out on my behalf anyway, and if so, what provisions (if any) are there within strata law for that to happen?
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