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Buying or renting a unit title

COVID-19 (coronavirus) – information for unit title owners and tenants

For general information on COVID-19, visit the government’s central website. . For information for landlords and tenants on the COVID-19 Alert Level restrictions, visit the Tenancy Services website. . Body corporate meetingsA temporary amendment was made to the Unit Titles Act 2010 (UTA) to allow members of a body corporate or a body corporate. .

Home Buying or renting COVID-19 (coronavirus) – information for unit title owners and tenants
Body corporate: how it works

How the body corporate makes decisions

Most decisions are made by ordinary resolution or special resolution. They are usually made at meetings and must be in writing. Ordinary resolutionMost decisions are made by ordinary resolution. An ordinary resolution needs at least 50% of votes to pass. Special resolutionThere must be a special resolution if there will be a significant effect. .

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