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I was elected Secretary of a strata scheme in NSW recently. Two weeks ago I requested a copy of the building management service agency agreement from our building manager in my capacity as Secretary for my reference in performing my duties. But the building manager refused to provide such a copy unless I have the approval of the Strata Committee first.
Please tell me whether it is necessary to obtain the such prior approval as I understand he knows I am elected as Secretary although there is someone in the strata management company performing the functions of a Secretary. I remember there is a provision in the strata legislation that a committee member elected as Secretary can always carry out some of the duties as Secretary such as investigating a special issues of concern anytime. What is the protocol required to obtain a copy of the agency agreement? Do I need a resolution of the strata committee authorising the request? Should they provide a hard copy or email me a copy?
All invaluable advice would be much appreciated.
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