March 2015

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Contributed By: TheOnsiteManager on

Winward Apartments Mooloolaba. Think Management Rights Team would like to congratulate the new managers of Winward Apartments Mooloolaba Neville and Gloria Dyne. Neville and Gloria have extensive experience in Hospitality and administration and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Management Rights Industry and are looking forward to the challenge with the assistance of the Wayne & Linda Stoll and the Think Management Rights team with a combined 50 years of experience and knowledge. We would like to personally thank Wayne & Linda in assisting us finding the right property, once we briefed the TMR team they then worked diligently with us andRead More →

I write this month’s missive at 40,000 feet returning from across the ditch after a series of pretty successful management rights seminars in New Zealand. Aeroplanes are great places to write these articles as there is bugger all else to do and just how many re – runs of Two and A Half Men can one man watch anyway ? The Kiwis seem keen enough about Aussie management rights and certainly the exchange rate is very tempting having improved dramatically over the past year. Interest rates still look a bit high in NZ and the question everyone asks is “what’s happening with the Australian domesticRead More →

Contributed By: Hynes Legal on

Everyone (probably) knows that there are a maximum of seven voting committee positions for a committee formed under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (BCCM Act).  These are the chairperson, the secretary, the treasurer and then four ‘ordinary’ committee positions. The question that sometimes arises is what each of these people are responsible for. It is quite interesting (and perhaps that’s just the lawyer in us) in terms of what most committees fall back to as a default position as against what the BCCM Act actually prescribes. Those default positions are not necessarily the legislative requirements. The first distinction to draw is between executive committeeRead More →