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Hi! I’m the clueless secretary of a pretty clueless EC in NSW.
A new strata management contract requires witnessed “affixing of the common seal”, which I understand is a ye olde rubber stamp, currently in possession of the previous manager. We are out of contract now (contract says it ends on a date last month unless extended by request) but the current manager hasn’t followed up (which gives you some idea of how good a manager he is).
Is there no way to do this digitally and legally? I can create a stamp in Adobe Acrobat that has the required plan# and words. Would that be any less legal to apply?
Is the actual rubber stamp “the one true stamp, blessed by a vicar and singularly ordained to represent the OC”?
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