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Our Strata Committee recently commissioned an audit of our building to get an up-to-date understanding of the state of the building.
At the Strata Committee meeting the builder who did the audit reported that he found many major issues with the building due to lack of maintenance and that the owners urgently needed to take steps to remedy this. In response the Strata Committee said it would simply ‘consider the issue’.
The meeting minutes simply say ‘Report of building audit received’. This is typical of our Strata Committee who pass on very little information to owners.
I believe the report should be circulated to all owners, rather than individual owners having to go to the Strata Manager’s office and pay to look at the document they paid to have done.
What mechanism is there to get the Strata Committee to do this?
Section 4 in Schedule 1, Meeting procedures of owners corporation Strata Act 2015 says:
(1) Any owner, or any person entitled to vote at a general meeting of an owners corporation, may require a motion to be included in the agenda of the next general meeting of the owners corporation.
Section 14 in Schedule 2, Meeting procedures of strata committees just says:
A person is not entitled to move a motion unless the person is entitled to vote on the motion.
Why can owners only put motions to General Meetings? Why can’t they put motions to Strata Committee meetings? What formal mechanism is there to get the Strata Committee to consider doing something?
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