Saturday, September 26, 2020

Notice of Strata Meetings

Each member of the strata committee, and every lot owner, must be given a notice of an intended strata committee meeting at least 3 days before the meeting is due to be held.  The notice of the meeting must include a detailed agenda for the meeting.

Notice of Strata Meetings

Each member of the strata committee, and every lot owner, must be given a notice of an intended strata committee meeting at least 3 days before the meeting is due to be held.  The notice of the meeting must include a detailed agenda for the meeting.

In a large strata scheme (schemes comprising more than 100 lots) the Secretary or meeting organiser must put the notice of the meeting on any noticeboard used in the scheme and also deliver the notice to each owner.  In other strata schemes, the notice may either be put on the notice board or delivered to each owner.

To deliver the notice to a person who has an address for the service of notices recorded in the strata roll, it should be sent to the postal or email address. If a residential or business address is recorded then the notice can be left with someone over the age of 16 years at that address.

If no address is recorded in the strata roll then the legislation requires that the notice is to be delivered to an owner by:

  • delivering it personally
  • sending it to their postal or email address
  • placing it in their letterbox, or
  • leaving it on a part of their lot that is their residence, but not in a garage or storeroom.

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Strataville Editorial
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