192. Smoking nuisance | committee waives interest on levies | defamation

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In this final episode for 2019, Reena and I cover:

  • smoking: who can suffering residents blame and what rights do tenants have?
  • whether a committee has the power to waive interest on overdue levies
  • the 3 months’ notice strata managers are required to give, prior to the expiry of their contract, and
  • the NSW Court of Appeal’s recent decision on ‘defamatory’ emails.

Have a fabulous holiday season. I’ll be back with you on New Year’s Day.

 

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  • Charging owners for reminder fees before the amount (the fee) is determined to be a debt; Santa might say that is a little naughty.

    60 …..Expenses should not appear on a lot owner’s account unless they have been subject to assessment either by a Court or a costs assessor under the Legal Profession Act 2004. (Khalil)

    These principles aren’t new. They’ve been established in the Dimitriou case in 2009, but are now expressed in a clearer manner by the Assessor of the Khalil case.

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