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Playing by the rules – tennis court do’s and don’ts

A game of tennis can swat your stress away and enhance the quality of community living. Strata or body corporate properties …

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When does your body corporate resort to contravention notices?

Breaching body corporate by-laws is always frowned upon. This not only disrupts the way of life and creates discord amongst residents, …

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Law of nuisance: what it means for community living

In strata or body corporate properties, getting along with your neighbours is paramount. Where one person’s actions can be a nuisance …

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What happens to abandoned goods in a strata property?

Disposing your rubbish correctly and taking care not to abandon your goods and household items on common property is key to …

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When do you need a compulsory strata manager?

If your owners corporation has been unable to live up to the task or needs help with technical matters, it’s time …

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PICA Group acquires QBS Strata Management (QBS) in Queensland

PICA Group has acquired QBS Strata Management (QBS), a very impressive Gold Coast, Queensland based property services company, effective 15 April …

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5 safety checks for a child-friendly strata living

 

Child-safety is the first thing on every parent’s mind. Here are the top action items that should be on your safety …

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Storm damage or flood damage? The difference may impact your body corporate insurance

While the finer nuances around storm damage and flood damage are being debated between insurance providers and the body corporate community, …

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Overcrowding in strata properties – when more is not merry

As more people choose strata or body corporate living in cities, overcrowding is a growing concern. Let’s explore why it’s an …

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Playing by the rules vs. breaching by-laws

Strata community living should be about sharing, caring and “playing nice”, but breaching by-laws can disrupt the harmony and create problems …

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