Only the owner company can ask the court to settle a dispute with a senior representative about an agreement. The court can: Check if you have a contract with your Body Corporate Manager. This agreement must be written and must not exceed three years. Contract: If there is a signed agreement, find out when the contract expires and all termination clauses. Our Body Corp can help you decipher this contract if it`s not clear. You must terminate or appoint a postmaster at your general meeting. At the general meeting, Strata`s CEOs will also have to indicate whether commissions or training services have been made: contact your Body Corporate Manager to request a copy of the current signed contract. Set a five-day working period to obtain the document. If nothing happens, you assume there is no written agreement. Contact our Body Corp`s team or consumer and business services for more information on rules and regulations for self-administered positions. At least a self-managed shift work company is called upon: RECBC plays an important supervisory role in regulating real estate companies and managers strata for compliance with the Real Estate Services Act (RESA) and its rules. The contract can be developed and/or amended with the agreement of both parties (the Strata-Gesellschaft or the Section and the Postal Management Corporation) to meet their respective needs. There is no standard official contract.
For more information on strategic business schemes in NSW, see NSW Fair Trading. Click here for a copy of the helpful Strata Law Overview NSW brochure. For new posted developments, the promoter can enter into a position management contract: the new postal laws have significantly changed the appointment and role of postal management officers. Strata associations and the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) also advise strata companies to seek independent legal advice before signing a position management contract. Make sure you get the owners` approval to name Our Body Corp. This must be done through a formal resolution, which consists of saying “yes” to a larger number of owners than “no.”