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Pulse gets pummelled - Body Corporate ordered to pay thousands to former caretaker

Australia - March 10 2016 A recurring theme of these alerts is that all Bodies Corporate have a statutory obligation to act reasonably. Usually, identifying what actions are...

Mario Esera.

Probably the most expensive Balcony in Queensland - A warning to Bodies Corporate about acting Reasonably

Australia - February 26 2016 Bodies Corporate have a statutory obligation to act reasonably. But what does that actually mean? The Body Corporate for Viridian Noosa Residences...

Mario Esera.

Management rights update: lender dodges a bullet in financed contract dispute

Australia - September 21 2015 Management rights are big business in Queensland. There are real estate agents specialising in buying and selling them, solicitors specialising in...

Mario Esera.

A very expensive typo Body Corporate pays dearly for drafting defect

Australia - September 18 2015 Disputes between Bodies Corporate and their caretakers are not uncommon. Typically they are resolved promptly and inexpensively. Unfortunately, that...

Mario Esera.

Polytrade v Glass Recovery Services

Australia - July 23 2015 It is trite law that a statutory demand cannot be issued where there is a genuine dispute as to the alleged debt. A recent matter in the Supreme...

Sarah Drinkwater, Tim Logan.