Attorney-General announces shake-up of QLD property law.


Breaking News:

There will be a substantial shake-up of property law in Queensland, according to Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie.

Mr Bleijie made the announcement at the Living in Strata Trade show on the Gold Coast on August 15.

“This review will help unlock activity in the property and construction industries that are vital to the states economy,” he said.

Mr Bleijie said current property law in the state was in need of a makeover, and he was determined to provide a first class framework that would meet the needs of Queenslanders well into the future.

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Mr Bleijie allowed for a public Q&A session and said he was committed to getting  rid of unnecessary regulations.

“We are determined  to change this by getting body corporate policy settings right and getting rid of red tape,” he said.

The event took place at the Gold Coast Convention Centre and was hailed a huge success, with hundreds of attendees turning out to hear the latest in Body Corporate News.

To read a full article on the announcement, follow the link. Living in Strata Trade show Announcement.

Or Watch the full video announcement here.

 



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Barry Rumpf On August 23, 2013 | Reply

A very welcome announcement indeed. The unnecessary drivel that one has to suffer and pay for is a licence to print money for the professional body corporate managers yet owners have no choice but to engage them to handle the paper shuffling.
Let owners be masters of their own destiny and call in professional help if and when it is wanted or needed.

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