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Our strata manager has recently advised us that one of the owners in our complex has been referred to a debt collection agency.
It seems that the non-payment has been going on for some years now.
The debt stands at present to be just under $7000 including final notice fees from what I can gather.
Final notices have reportedly been ignored, as has the agreement to stick to a payment plan.
Is there any other process that should be taken? Can we refer directly to NCAT rather than a debt collection agency? Is there any other information we should be seeking?
At the last AGM one owner asked about bankruptcy – from what I recall our strata manager mentioned that proceeding can’t be commenced until an amount of $5000 is owing? Can anyone confirm what this is about?
Finally, I wonder if anyone has successfully dealt with this issue through other avenues. They are a young family and I sympathise with them.
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