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Small Strata Committee decided to change Management. EGM held with prospective new manager. Old managers contract expires days later. Old manager hangs onto books and account details for weeks. No handover. Dissenting committee members lobby and form new majority.
Old manager now claims the EGM was not valid, whilst not handing over books etc. Though says secretary may collect. Request made, but ignored.
Dissenters write an email to all and declare they have a majority and will call an EGM. Then silence. No EGM called.
Committee is all owners. We are small. SC is wholly dysfunctional as some are non participators most of the time. One other is harassing another with counterclaims. Its very nasty. There is absolute proof and years long log of the harassment plus several notices to comply.No tribunal or mediation so far as for a small Strata its far too costly to be represented.
Advised by prospective new manager that they are no longer interested in representing the SC as we are clearly trouble on wheels, and they also advise that it might be a good idea if a Compulsory Strata Manager should be appointed.
Have the forms from NCAT. Too stressed to make sense of the forms. Desperately need to know how to put this in action as we can’t pay bills, pay levies or function properly whilst old manager hangs onto books in the hope their contract will be renewed by the dissenters.
Are the old managers able to hang on to our books and account details months after their contract expired? Would this fulfil criteria for a Strata Schemes Interim application for a compulsory Strata Manager? Running out of steam and want a fair and happy outcome for all warring parties.
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