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Paddocks Press - June 2014

17 July 2014

Paddocks Press is a monthly free digital newsletter published to educate and update the sectional title community. The issue (Volume 9, Issue 6) has a number of articles of interest, including:

Trustee Policies - Anton Kelly
The Position Regarding Rule-Making
We quite often hear of trustees in schemes making rules, usually unpopular rules. The rules, for all schemes, are management rules and conduct rules and there is a set prescribed in the regulations to the Act.

In this article Anton explains what the position is regarding trustee rule making.

Work Smarter, Not Harder - Mark Graubner
Focus on Business Strategy
When it comes to the sectional title management industry, there are a number of functions that must be carried out. The difference between having more time to focus on growth and direction of the business and simply running like a mouse on the proverbial treadmill could simply come down to one or more key work flow processes

In this article Mark talks about working smarter and not harder.

Thinking inside the box - Blog post - Jennifer Paddock
Luxurious and Non-Luxurious Improvements to Common Property
Due to the fact that luxurious improvements to common property require much higher consent levels than non-luxurious improvements it is important to know the difference between the two.

In a recent Paddocks blog post on Thinking Inside the Box, Jennifer looks at how to distinguish between luxurious and non-luxurious improvements.

Carryn's Corner - Carryn Melissa Durham
The Importance of Waterproofing
This month sees an exciting new launch from Paddocks. Carryn Melissa Durham, one of the most highly qualified Sectional Title lawyers in the country, will be adding her Sectional Title two sense in a series of articles providing readers with sectional title advice, tips and tricks.

This month Carryn discusses The Importance of Waterproofing.

Paddocks Club Q and A - Paddocks Club Team

  • Exclusive Use Garden
  • What can you do about unnecessary special levies?

Paddocks Press Volume 9, Issue 6

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