Sectional Titles

Paddocks Press - March 2015

Paddocks Press is a monthly free digital newsletter published to educate and update the sectional title community. The issue (Volume 10, Issue 3) has a number of articles of interest, including:

Animals in Sectional Title Schemes - Anton Kelly
Pet stories
There are many problems with keeping pets in community schemes. We encounter them often on our various discussion forums and in our consulting business.

In this article, Anton talks about joining a scheme without permission to keep your pets.

Community Schemes Ombud Service - Dinkie Dube
Doors to Open for Business Soon
The Community Schemes Ombud Services (CSOS) has already been receiving a steady influx of applications for dispute resolution - even though they have not officially opened its doors for business.

In this article Dinkie talks about the CSOS, giving examples of disputes they have already been receiving. She ends off by explaining the two methods of dispute resolution that the CSOS my employ.

Thinking inside the box - Blog post - Anton Kelly
Duties of a Managing Agent
Managing agents get a lot of criticism from owners. Some of the time it is justified, we all make mistakes, and sometimes have gaps in our expert knowledge.

Anton advises that to manage owners’ expectations of what their managing agent should be doing and how, we should establish what exactly a managing agent’s job is instead of criticising how well any particular managing agent does it.

Carryn's Corner - Carryn Melissa Durham
All things "Special"
There are often questions on Facebook and on the Paddocks Club discussion forum relating to special general meetings, special resolutions and special levies. These three sectional title concepts are often misunderstood and confused with one another.

In this article, Carryn talks about all things "special".

Paddocks Club Q and A - Paddocks Club Team

  • Voting at a HOA Company Meeting.
  • Parking Bays.

Paddocks Press Volume 10, Issue 3

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