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In the case of mixed use (residential, restaurants and night clubs) strata building in Sydney, where grease traps are required to be installed by the restaurants and nightclubs to service their commercial kitchens, is it fair (or legal) that the residential owners also be required to pay out of their levies for the total cost of these services?
Is it also fair that the residential owners be required to pay for the cost of waste removal from said restaurants and nightclubs?
Can anybody point me towards any regulations, by-laws etc.
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