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  • #55309
    NH
    Flatchatter

    there are many pets have lived in the building.  I have applied for keeping a pet 2 weeks ago. Then they have strata meeting a week ago but without responding my application.  While I asked , the strata keeps saying they are still waiting.   Waiting for what ? They have all the documents.  How can I do to stop them postponing my application or ignoring my application  ?

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  • #55379
    Jimmy-T
    Keymaster

    Thanks so much for your precise advice Jimmy. The next day they responded.

    And what was the response?  Do tell!

    #55377
    NH
    Flatchatter
    Chat-starter

    Thanks so much for your precise advice Jimmy.  The next day they responded.

    #55319
    NH
    Flatchatter
    Chat-starter

    Thanks Jimmy. I will write an email to ask their response again.

    #55314
    Jimmy-T
    Keymaster

    The new law on pets in NSW specifically states that delaying a decision on a pet is the equivalent of an unreasonable refusal.

    Section 137B(5) of the Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Sustainability Infrastructure) Act 2021, which came into force earlier this year says:

    An owners corporation is taken to have given permission for the keeping of an animal on a lot if … a decision of the owners corporation is required before the animal may be kept on the lot and the owners corporation failed to make a decision within a reasonable time.

    So you could write to the committee, quoting the above section of the Act and tell them that unless you have heard further by seven days, you will assume that they have agreed to your pet being allowed into the building under reasonable conditions, to be agreed at a future date.

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