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    Bluey
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    If a statutory strata manager is appointed in NSW to repair common property, how can you guarantee that due process is employed and the best prices for repairs are obtained rather than the manager employing mates at inflated rates?

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    Jimmy-T
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    You can’t.

    All you can do is get a list of competitive tenders that show the SM’s are inflated, and try to find other buildings where the SM has done the same thing.

    Then you can show a pattern of misuse that you can take to NCAT for ask for the removal of the SM.

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    kaindub
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    The statutory manager was probably appointed because your OC was not functioning properly. Functioning properly being the key words. But correct me if I am wrong.

    The statutory manager is now not responsible to the OC, but to the court that appointed him.

    Unless you can prove that his actions are fraudulent or favouring his interests, then you have little recourse.

    Why not work towards harmonising your OC with the intent to prove to the court that you can indeed manage yourselves and eventually getting rid of the statutory manager.Only then will you have the control you desire

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