Paddocks Press is a monthly free digital newsletter published to educate and update the sectional title community. The issue (Volume 9, Issue 12) has a number of articles of interest, including:
Sectional Title Insurance - Anton Kelly
Make sure your section is adequately insured
Many people redecorate or renovate their properties, particularly when they first acquire them. The renovations may significantly increase the value of the property. What does that mean for an owner of a unit in a sectional title scheme?
In this article Anton talks about what you as an owner, that has upgraded their sectional title property, should do about making sure that it remains adequately insured.
Home Owner's Association - Graham Paddock
Updating your HOA’s Memorandum of Incorporation
Although it is not obligatory, it really is necessary for Home Owner Associations, that are constituted as non-profit companies, to adopt a revised Memorandum of Incorporation.
In this article Graham explains why it is important to update your Home Owners' Association.
Thinking inside the box - Blog post - Jennifer Paddock
12 Steps to successfully chair body corporate meetings
Meetings in sectional title schemes often drag on. Without an effective chairperson, owners can go off on long-winded and wild tangents that leave the other members frustrated and restless. This is why it is vitally important that the person elected to serve as chairperson of the body corporate has effective "chairing" skills.
In this months blog post Jennifer covers 12 steps to successfully chair body corporate meetings.
Carryn's Corner - Carryn Melissa Durham
The Christmas special [keep for next year ed!]
It is almost time for the festive season to begin. This means everyone will be enjoying food, family, friends and festivities. But, what does this mean if you live in a sectional title scheme.
In this article Carryn discusses 2 questions regarding Christmas time in sectional title schemes.
Paddocks Club Q and A - Paddocks Club Team
- Mending a sectional plan
- Must the body corporate get involved in carrying out section repairs?