YSP Podcast Episode 229. The Do’s and Don’ts of apartment renovation – with Bernadette and David Janson
YSP Podcast Episode 223. Committee elections outside of AGM I expired UE I reallocation order agency agreements
YSP Podcast Episode 202. Approving air con installations | insurance claims | happy compulsory appointment
YSP Podcast Episode 197. Bathroom renovation gone wrong | committee nominations | another win for pets
YSP Podcast Episode 189: Strata managers as facilitators not decision makers, with Natalie Fitzgerald
I promised we’d make strata insurance FUN and…mission accomplished!
Member call no. 19: Helping Clare put in place a new strata committee for a $10m rectification project
Member call no. 12: Khristina deals with a surprise change of plans for an owner’s bathroom renovation
Member call no. 6: Helping Dorothy with a terminated building management contract and a vacancy on the strata committee
Member call no. 5: strata manager Sean asks the hard questions about proxies, co-owners and special levies
In this jam-packed call, I help Sean – a strata owner turned strata manager – navigate the tricky areas of proxies, co-owner voting rights, AGM notices and special levies. This is an excellent call to tune in to if you’re the secretary of a self-managed scheme or a strata manager at any level. We refresh on the important basics but also get into some technical areas that even the most experienced of us need to stop and consider from time to time.
In this call, I give Leanne some practical strategies to deal with a domineering strata committee and a bad dose of bullying.
In this call, I help Britt to understand a set of orders recently received from the Tribunal, which were based on an out-of-Tribunal settlement agreement. We also discuss how these orders might be enforced, as her fellow lot owner looks certain to breach them.
In this call, I give Elizabeth a step by step guide to dealing with a difficult strata committee that does not want to repair her broken windows. I explain the path she needs to lay to ensure her Tribunal application has the best chance of success. .
In this call, I walk Marissa through the process of amending a common property rights by-law, so that she can enclose the outdoor seating area for her restaurant. We also discuss the need for council approval, and what to do about installing a sign.