Body corporate management training - Unit 5: By-laws
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This section gives an overniew of by-laws are a set of rules that a community titles scheme adopts that regulate the use of common property and lots within the scheme.
This section explains how from time to time a body corporate may wish to make new by-laws, or amend or remove existing by-laws.
This section exlains how an exclusive use by-law attaches to a lot and gives the occupier of the lot exclusive rights and enjoyment, or other special rights to a part of the common property or body corporate asset identified in the by-law.
This section talks about the history of by-laws.
This section gives an example of enabling the owners (the body corporate) to decide the by-laws.
This section explains how the body corporate is responsible for enforcing its by-laws. The committee as the administrative arm of the body corporate is usually responsible for ensuring all owners and occupiers comply with the by-laws.
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