(1)An adjudicator to whom the application is referred may make an order that is just and equitable in the circumstances (including a declaratory order) to resolve a dispute, in the context of a community titles scheme, about—
(a)a claimed or anticipated contravention of this Act or the community management statement; or
(b)the exercise of rights or powers, or the performance of duties, under this Act or the community management statement; or
(c)a claimed or anticipated contractual matter about—
(i)the engagement of a person as a body corporate manager or service contractor for a community titles scheme; or
(ii)the authorisation of a person as a letting agent for a community titles scheme.
(2)An order may require a person to act, or prohibit a person from acting, in a way stated in the order.
(3)Without limiting subsections (1) and (2), the adjudicator may make an order mentioned in schedule 5.
(4)An order appointing an administrator—
(a)may be the only order the adjudicator makes for an application; or
(b)may be made to assist the enforcement of another order made for the application.
(5)If the adjudicator makes a consent order, the order—
(a)may include only matters that may be dealt with under this Act; and
(b)must not include matters that are inconsistent with this Act or another Act.