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Our strata scheme was recently put under compulsory administration with the executive committee dissolved. NCAT in their wisdom didn’t actually give any warning and both the previous and new strata managing agencies were on holiday when the decision was provided.
A resident has taken advantage of this temporary vacuum and is installing windows to their unit which don’t conform to the design agreed for the strata scheme at EGMs, the DA, what was provided to the private certifier, etc. No notice of these works were provided. Trades people just took over the car park one day. Incidentally this is the same resident who would use their balcony under construction despite it having no guard rails. This is mentioned in another thread.
As NCAT had dissolved the Executive Committee no notice could be issued by them. Fair Trading advised to lodge a mediation request which would occur in 4 weeks! Good grief the work will be finished by then! Council was contacted but advised that the private certifier needed to investigate and to contact them. For heavens sake the private certifier is on holidays for 2 weeks!
Incredibly there is no one in charge or with authority to take action and stop this work!
How about that?! Do we win the prize for the most ridiculous situation a strata scheme has found itself in?
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