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We are currently under compulsory management and have a problem with “thug” style management.
We have a storm water issue which requires attention. The strata managers have brought in their preferred plumber to deal with the problem. They will not provide a quotation other than “do and charge” which is not acceptable. They will not get other quotes and have forbidden any trade to come on site without their permission.
Their “preferred” plumber has told me the job could cost $40,000 to $50,000 and maybe more. This would bankrupt the elderly pensioner owners.
Is this permissible? Are they duty bound to get other quotes? Are they not duty bound to act in the interests of the owners?
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