The Tribunal may, on application by a person entitled to vote on a motion for a resolution of an owners corporation at a general meeting, order that a resolution passed at the general meeting be treated as a nullity on and from the date of the order.
The Tribunal must not make the order unless the Tribunal is satisfied that the resolution would not have been passed but for the fact that the applicant for the order—
was improperly denied a vote on the motion for the resolution, or
was not given due notice of the item of business in relation to which the resolution was passed.
An application for an order may not be made unless—
an application for mediation of the dispute was made not later than 28 days after the date of the meeting at which the resolution was passed, or
if an application for mediation was not made, the application for the order was made not later than 28 days after the date of the meeting at which the resolution was passed.
If a resolution that is to be treated as a nullity by an order changes the by-laws and the order has been recorded in the Register under this Act, the by-laws have force and effect on and from the date the order is so recorded to the same extent as they would have had if the change had not been made.
Subsection (4) is subject to the by-laws having been or being changed in accordance with this Act and to any relevant order made by a superior court.
Strata Schemes Development Act 2015 in relation to the same or a related matter.The Tribunal may not make an order under this section if an application for an order has been made under Division 6 of Part 10 of the
The Tribunal may not make an order under this section invalidating a decision by an owners corporation to approve, or not to approve, the appointment of a building inspector under Part 11.