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SSKB looks at the flammable cladding legislation affecting Qld Body Corporate Communities.

Flammable Cladding Update

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Body Corporate Communities across Queensland have until March 29, 2019 to undertake a mandatory ‘combustible cladding checklist’. On Monday, 1 October the Queensland Government released the survey on the Safer Buildings web site. SSKB Co-Owner and Director Tim Sheehan shares important information for all Queensland

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Great Meetings Are On The Agenda – NSW

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Life is too short to spend in meetings, so anything that begins by getting issues on the table and ends with concrete actions on those issues is a good meeting indeed. We give you the inside tips on how to run an effective meeting. In

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Great Meetings Are On The Agenda – QLD

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Life is too short to spend in meetings, so anything that starts by getting issues on the table and ends with concrete actions on those issues is a good meeting indeed. We give you the inside tips on how to run an effective meeting. In

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SSKB Strata Managers looks at exclusive use of common property

Exclusive Use of Common Property – Qld

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Exclusive! Read all about it! Do you have exclusive use over common property? Are you sure? In the world of strata living, property is divided into two parts – a lot, which is typically the unit you’ve bought, and common property – which most commonly,

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SSKB Strata managers looks at common property use by-laws in NSW

Exclusive Use Of Common Property – NSW

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Exclusive! Read all about it! Do you have exclusive use over common property? Are you sure? In the world of strata living, property is divided into two parts – a lot, which is typically the unit you’ve bought, and common property – which most commonly,

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SSKB talks about common property leases and license

Common Property Lease or License – Victoria

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Exclusive! Read all about it! Do you have exclusive use over common property? Are you sure? In the world of strata living, property is divided into two parts – a lot, which is typically the unit you’ve bought, and common property – which most commonly,

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SSKB reviews the Spreme Court ruling which has obligations for all Strata Communities

Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door To Disability Access Obligations

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A recent Supreme Court ruling in Victoria has wide implications for all Strata Communities across Australia. The case involved a legally-blind pensioner who owned a fourth floor unit. The woman subsequently developed mobility issues that left her reliant on a wheelchair and a mobility scooter.

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SSKB Strata Managers is pleased to reproduce this article from ThyssenKrupp on NBN lift phone solutions

NBN Roll-out Elevates Phone Lift Solutions

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NBN Roll-out Elevates Phone Lift Solutions article reproduced with the kind permission of  Matthew Lycakis Queensland Business Development Manager ThyssenKrupp Australia Once the NBN is rolled out, conventional lift phones will cease to operate in a power failure Whether we like it or not, the

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SSKB - Strata Managers looks at short-term letting programs such as Airbnb and Stayz

What’s Behind The Door In Short-term Letting?

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Short-term letting companies such as Stayz and Airbnb are a boon to some property owners but a bane to many resident Lot Owners and Committees. These holiday rentals earn quite a bit of pocket money for owners. Even renters have been known to sublet their apartments

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Top 4 Tips to Reducing Levy Arrears in Owners Corporation Communities – Victoria

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Living in an Owners Corporation is all about sharing – sharing common property facilities as well as sharing physical infrastructure. Something else which is shared are the associated costs in keeping the building compliant with its legal and statutory requirements, as well as ensuring the

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Top Top Strategies to deal with levy arrears

Top 4 Tips to Reducing Levy Arrears in Body Corporate Communities – Queensland

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Living in a Body Corporate is all about sharing – sharing common property facilities as well as sharing physical infrastructure. Something else which is shared are the associated costs in keeping the building compliant with its legal and statutory requirements, as well as ensuring the

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Register For Safety

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A little record-keeping is all it takes for strata communities to improve health and safety. The following three registers can provide your community with peace of mind. Register of Contractors Indemnity Register Safe Working Method Statement A Register of Contractors lists approved licensed and reputable

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Approving Invoices Is Easy Through The Hub

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Keeping track of invoices for your body corporate or owners corporation is quick and convenient with the Invoice Hub. The Invoice Hub is easy to use, save you time and give you more control over the approval of invoices. Some of the other benefits include:

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SSKB strata managers, looks at what a strata community needs to do when an OC or Body Corporate committee member resigns

What Happens When A Committee Member Resigns – Qld

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A committee member may resign for many reasons – the sale of the property, other commitments, even just a need for a change. If the committee member decides not to wait until the annual general meeting to stand down, there are procedures that have to

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SSKB strata managers, looks at what a strata community needs to do when an OC or Body Corporate committee member resigns

What Happens When A Committee Member Resigns? Vic

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Victoria’s Owners Corporation law is different to Queensland and New South Wales – not every owners corporation needs to have a committee. Owners corporations with fewer than 13 lots may elect a committee if they choose. If your owners corporation does not have a committee,

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