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We moved into a brand new apartment building and had the first AGM where we were asked to sign a strata manager contract with a 2 year term.
We advised that we understood that it was a law that an inaugural AGM strata manager contract could only legally be for 12 months. The Strata manager in question (who chaired the meeting) said it was not worth his while for 12 months and insisted on a 2 year contract. We were unsure of the facts and were pressured into signing a 2 year contact against our will.
We have subsequently been dissatisfied with the performance of the strata management and advised him that we intend to terminate his contract after a 12 month period as his contract is not legal.
He has advised that it is and he intends to hold us to the two years. His reasoning is that he (deceptively) wrote two sets of minutes, one for the inaugural AGM, and another set of minutes for a GM, the only items being the appointment of the strata managers for two years and a building manager. There was only ONE meeting.
I would appreciate any help with this
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