TENANTS should be allowed to attend owners' corporation meetings to give renters a much greater say in how their strata buildings are managed and maintained, tenants' groups and strata experts have said.There should also be changes to the legislation to stop the misuse of bylaws, such as banning pets from buildings, as part of the state government's review of the strata laws, a leading strata law expert, Cathy Sherry, said. As part of its review, the government last month launched an online for...
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