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STRATA SCHEMES MANAGEMENT REGULATION 2016 - REG 34
Removal of motor vehicles: section 125 of Act
34 Removal of motor vehicles: section 125 of Act
(1) This clause applies to a motor vehicle left on common property that is
placed so that it blocks an exit or entrance or otherwise obstructs the use of
(2) The owners corporation may take action under this clause
if the owners corporation has placed a removal notice on or near the
motor vehicle and the requirements of the notice are not complied with within
the period specified in the removal notice.
(3) A removal notice must--
not be less than the size of an A4 piece of paper, and
(b) be placed in a
position or be in a material so that the contents of the notice are not likely
to be detrimentally affected by weather, and
(c) describe the motor vehicle
and state the date and time the notice was issued, and
(d) state that the
motor vehicle will be removed if it is not moved from the common property or
so that it no longer obstructs common property before the date and time
specified in the notice (being not earlier than 5 days after the notice was
placed on or near the motor vehicle), and
(e) specify contact details for a
member of the strata committee, the strata managing agent or a delegate of the
owners corporation in relation to the notice.
(4) The owners corporation may
cause a motor vehicle to be moved to another place on common property or to
the nearest place to which it may be lawfully moved, or moved so that it no
longer blocks an exit or entrance or otherwise obstructs the use of common
property, and for that purpose the owners corporation is taken to be the owner
of the motor vehicle.
(5) The Tribunal may, on application by the owners
corporation, order that the owner of a motor vehicle moved to another place
under this clause, pay to the owners corporation the reasonable costs incurred
by the owners corporation in moving the motor vehicle.
(6) In this clause--
"motor vehicle" has the same meaning as in the Impounding Act 1993 .
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