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(10 unit class B complex in the ACT)
In the past we have had a very uninvolved set of owners and a non-existent Executive Committee (Strata Committee). This may have contributed to one owner deciding not to pay levies (for almost 2 years) and a very rapidly escalating debt recovery bill (which will eventually be paid in full by the defaulting owner but has already consumed OC funds).
I am trying persuade fellow owners that it is really important for us to be involved in the AGM and the Executive Committee but most are saying things like:
it’s too complex, scary, or stressful
it’s not important
it’s someone else’s problem
we are paying a professional Strata Manager to look after these issues
we can resolve all issues at the 55 minute AGM
Do people have:
horror stories that can flow from Owners not being actively involved
good stories due to owners being informed and actively involved
pointers to brief guides for how owners can be involved
other helpful advice
Thanks in anticipation,
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