A Paddocks Sectional Title Lifestyle Blog
By Jennifer Paddock
Prescribed Management Rule 33 provides different procedures and consent levels for authorizing luxurious and non-luxurious improvements to the common property in a sectional title scheme.
May only be effected or removed by the trustees if they are authorized by unanimous resolution of the body corporate. (If you’d like to know how to properly pass a unanimous resolution, I’ve written about it here)
An intended non-luxurious improvement to the common property may only be effected or removed by the trustees if they follow the procedure below:
1. They must give written notice to all owners indicating their intention to proceed with or remove the intended improvement after 30 days (from the date of posting). This notice must also set out:
2. If, within the 30 day period, any owner requests a special general meeting in order to discuss the proposal the trustees must call a SGM.
3. If no meeting is requested within the 30 day period the trustees are then free to proceed with the improvement or removal thereof as detailed in their previous notice sent out to all owners.
You might be wondering what types of improvements are considered luxurious and what types are considered non-luxurious in nature.
Stay tuned as I will be dealing with that in my Next Blog Post…
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