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I own a strata unit and self manage my tenant. I have been receiving Cost Recovery Notices of $550 for my tenant who continues to park in violation of the By-Laws. He has been warned and i have asked him to park in his garage but he hasn’t changed his behaviour.
He believes the Owners Corp cannot charge him Cost Recovery Notices of $550 for parking in contravention of the By-Laws. He has asked me to take the Owners Corp to the NCAT to challenge them and have him represent me. I don’t know the legalities of that and am not sure if i am comfortable with that approach. In the mean time he is not paying me because he believes these notices are illegal.
I wrote to the owners corporation saying sending me the Cost Recovery Notices was harsh and unjust as i cannot park his car. They rejected my view and resent the notice with an interest charge.
I have become the meat in the sandwich and without a legal degree feel i need some guidance.
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