Strata Living Fact Sheets
Legislation, rules, and processes govern living and owning a strata tile property.
We’ve created a library of Fact Sheets full of helpful information to help you navigate strata community living.
Section 79 of the Act requires an owner’s corporation to estimate its revenue (levies etc.) and expenses at the Annual General Meeting for the financial year.
Under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2021, the building owner must choose an accredited practitioner (fire safety) to assess each essential fire safety measure and verify they can perform to the required standard.
You may have heard the topic of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) located in buildings and the possible dangers of being exposed to Asbestos fibres.
On 13 March 2018, an amendment to the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 made it mandatory for residential strata schemes to fit suitable safety devices on applicable windows in apartments and applicable windows in the common area of strata buildings.
An Owners Corporation may decide by Special Resolution to adopt a common property memorandum.
Insurance policy transactions are considered by federal law as a “Financial Service”. Under the Financial Services Reform Act (FSRA), our company must be registered as an Authorised Representative of a Financial Services Licensee (in this case an insurance broker) to provide services relating to insurances.
Owners of lots in strata title schemes often wish to undertake renovations and the approvals required to carry out and use those works varies from scheme to scheme. Fortunately, this approvals process has been simplified for some works by the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (“SSMA 2015”) and Regulations under that SSMA 2015.
In NSW the Work Health & Safety (WHS) Act 2011 replaced the Occupational Health & Safety Act 2000.
The Strata Choice Committee and Owners Portal powered by SMATA provides complete transparency and the ability to seamlessly manage multiple aspects of your building affairs in one place.
The Strata Choice Owners Portal provides transparency and seamless management of multiple aspects of a building in one system, including the facilitation of Strata Searches through the Document Library.
Workers compensation insurance is a type of insurance that offers an important safety net if a worker becomes injured or ill because of work. .
Drowning in swimming pools is a significant cause of preventable death in children under 5 years old. Owners are legally required to maintain the safety of their pool area.
Locating invoices and documents for Audit inspections is an easy process through our Owners Portal.
The Strata Choice Owners Portal provides invoice management tools to enable transparency and the prompt payment of your invoices, by eliminating delays associated with physical paperwork.
Submitting your invoice with the correct information through the required channels will ensure prompt payment of your invoice.