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I’m an owner of one < 20 double storey townhouses where each townhouse owns their roof space and their roof (the upper boundary of each lot is 12m above the site). The OC committee wants to raise $43k via special levy for roof restoration work and assume they can do it if they get 75% of owners to agree. In the past, I understand that the roof has been treated as common property for maintenance purposes such as fixing leaks, replacing broken tiles and gable repairs. Can a special levy be raised/approved to fix private property, even if it’s previously been treated as common property for maintenance purposes? Strata is in Victoria.
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