Body corporate and strata title permits individual ownership of part of a property (a lot, an apartment or townhouse) and combined shared ownership in the remainder of the property (common property).
Disputes often arise in relation to common property and how owners are able to use their own lot. Common examples of such disputes includes whether owners may keep pets, construction of drive ways and the like.
These disputes are dealt with by the Queensland Civil Administration Tribunal (QCAT). Our property lawyers can assist with this dispute resolution process by carrying out all necessary investigations and preparing a comprehensive QCAT application if necessary.
Our lawyers are also able to assist body corporates with the recovery of levies from lot owners and the preparation, review and enforcement of contracts (eg. Caretaker Agreements) and disputes between contractors and a body corporate.
Contact our Gold Coast based lawyers today on 13 20 30 for an obligation free quote. We offer fixed fees for all legal services.