General Questions

Advice on Strata

How can I get advice for my strata problem?

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What is the Strata Council?

The strata council is regarded as the 'Board of Directors' of the strata company.

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Are Strata Company funds audited?

There is no requirement that strata company funds be audited, although SCA WA recommends to all of its members that they have company funds audited as a matter of best practice.

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Do I have to contribute money to the Strata Company?

Yes. A strata company is obliged to establish a fund for administrative expenses that you are obliged to contribute to that fund by payment of a regular levy, usually quarterly.

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Who decides how much I have to contribute?

The owners at general meetings collectively make decisions on funding

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Did you know?

That when you buy into a property governed by the Strata Titles Act you become owner of your particular 'lot', and you also become a partner with other people in ownership of common property within the Strata Scheme.