Body Corporate Matters
What is an average Main Beach Body Corporate Levy? $7,761.59 ($149.26 weekly) We posted a similar article on our blog 3 ½ years ago and you might be interested to know the figure then was $7,919 per annum. ‘What are the body corporate levies?” is often the very first question a buyer asks us about a property, and we do understand why. It is not an insignificant amount and is another burden on top of council rates, mortgage etc. There are many elements the body corporate committee need to consider when deciding the levies for a scheme including: • Onsite managers fees• Electricity for the common property• Common property water charges• Gardening and lawn mowing• Lift maintenance• Maintena . . .
Whilst most Body Corporate By-laws still state that owners can only keep pets with ‘approval of the Body Corporate’ or ‘no pets are to be kept on the property’ the reality is indeed quite different. Landmark decisions from early back as 2010 changed the ability of the Body Corporate to prevent owners from keeping pets as a general rule and have provided a new benchmark where each application for a pet has to be considered on its own merits. This also means they cannot enforce blanket rules like ‘the animal must be under 10kgs’. They can, however, impose reasonable conditions to protect the other residents of the complex including ‘the animal must be vaccinated, kept on a leash in common areas, kep . . .
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What is an average Main Beach Body Corporate Levy? $7,761.59 ($149.26 weekly) We posted a similar . . .
Posted By Shelley Fuller on Thursday 17th January 2019
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Whilst most Body Corporate By-laws still state that owners can only keep pets with ‘approval o . . .
Posted By Shelley Fuller on Friday 16th September 2016
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