(1)This section applies if an order is made under this chapter appointing an administrator.
(2)The administrator has the powers given to the administrator under the order.
(3)Without limiting subsection (2), the power may include—
(a)for a specified two-lot scheme—power to authorise an item of expenditure for the body corporate to meet the cost of complying with obligations to which the order relates and the costs of the administration; or
(b)for a scheme other than a specified two-lot scheme—power to levy a special contribution against the owners of lots included in the scheme to meet the cost of complying with obligations to which the order relates and the costs of the administration.
(4)The order may—
(a)withdraw all or particular stated powers from the body corporate, a body corporate manager to whom a power has been given under section 119 or 120, or stated officers of the body corporate until the administrator has taken the necessary action to secure compliance with the obligations; and
(b)require officers of the body corporate or a body corporate manager mentioned in paragraph (a) to take stated action to help perform the work the administrator is required to perform; and
(c)fix the administrator’s remuneration.
(5)The administrator’s remuneration must be paid by the body corporate.
(6)This section does not apply to the enforcement of a monetary obligation of the body corporate arising under another Act unless it is an enforceable money order.