There is probably no greater waste of time and energy for Forum members than questions from one unidentified state answered by people from another.
Strata laws in Australia could not be more different if the legislators, as their first priority, had set out to make them so.
Things that are celebrated in Queensland are illegal everywhere else, committees have different names, processes are different and owners rights and responsibilities are often worlds apart.
So please, whether you are are posting to the Forum , commenting or sending an email, let us know where you are from. The easiest way to do this is when you register, by including your home state in your profile.
That way we can give you appropriate advice and at least avoid sending you done the completely wrong path.
Hi Jimmy, dont need to post this but thought I’d ask or suggest, as a lot of folks come from different States with different Acts, does it exist?, or could it?, that a) the posters home state is identified maybe on the left hand side member info area, and b) could all the different Acts and fluff from each of the 6 states be stuck up as a always seen sticky post on the right hand side or elsewhere, as ignorance of someones own State laws seems to be a repeated issue. Your blog, your rules, and thanks for it! but thought I’d just throw that out there should you be interested? Cheers, C.
I have tried for years to get this working but it just doesn’t seem to take. Bearing in mind that a good proportion of emails to the website are from people who don’t read the instructions and then get angry when they can’t get online, expecting them to include their home state may be wishful thinking.
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