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Paddocks Press - September 2014

9 October 2014

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

The Sectional Title Specialist Estate Agent - Anton Kelly
Why specialise?
Estate agents do their utmost to establish a good reputation. One of the best ways to do that is by being able to provide the information sellers and buyers need to make safe and satisfying sales and purchases. (

In this article Anton discusses The Sectional Title Specialist Estate Agent and why it is important to specialise.

Investment of Body Corporate Funds - Graham Paddock
How the Body Corporate can deal with Surplus Funds
It is not unusual for well-managed sectional title bodies corporate to accumulate considerable amounts of money.

In this article Graham discusses the investment of Body Corporate Funds.

Thinking inside the box - Blog post - Jennifer Paddock
Chairpersons in Sectional Title: What You Need to Know
A committed chairperson may well work harder and take on more responsibility than the rest of the trustees. This does not mean that they have individual executive powers and may not make decisions relating to the scheme’s management on their own. The responsibility to manage the scheme falls onto the trustees as a group.

In this article Jennifer explains what your need to know about chairpersons in sectional Title.

Carryn's Corner - Carryn Melissa Durham
Swimming Pools in Sectional Title Schemes
In this contribution Carryn answers a question as to whether it is possible to have a swimming pool in a sectional title scheme.

Carryn sets out the consents required and considerations made when installing a swimming pool in a sectional title scheme.

Paddocks Club Q and A - Paddocks Club Team

  • Is the body corporate responsible for this structural repair?
  • Inflation percentage increase.

Paddocks Press Volume 9, Issue 9

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