(1)The body corporate for a community titles scheme may start a proceeding only if the proceeding is authorised by—
(a)if the scheme is a specified two-lot scheme—a lot owner agreement for the scheme; or
(b)otherwise—special resolution by the body corporate.
(2)However, an owner of a lot included in a specified two-lot scheme may bring or start a prescribed proceeding on behalf of the body corporate even though the body corporate has not decided, by a lot owner agreement, to bring or start the proceeding.
(3)Also, the body corporate for a community titles scheme other than a specified two-lot scheme does not need a special resolution to bring or start a prescribed proceeding.
(4)In this section—
(a)a proceeding for the recovery of a liquidated debt against the owner of a lot included in the scheme; or
(b)a counterclaim, third-party proceeding or other proceeding, in a proceeding to which the body corporate is already a party; or
(d)a proceeding, including a proceeding for the enforcement of an adjudicator’s order or an appeal against an adjudicator’s order, under chapter 6.