(1)The adjudicator’s order may contain ancillary and consequential provisions the adjudicator considers necessary or appropriate.
(2)The adjudicator’s order may fix the time—
(a)when the order takes effect; or
(b)within which the order must be complied with.
(3)If the adjudicator’s order does not fix the time when it takes effect, it takes effect when served on the person against whom it is made or, if it is not made against a particular person, when it is served on the body corporate.
(4)The adjudicator’s order may provide that the order is to have effect as a resolution without dissent, special resolution, ordinary resolution or lot owner agreement.