Lee, your comment leaves you perplexed about how strata schemes work. It is unlikely that you will pay three times for things. You have to cultivate your own fate, it`s your responsibility. The organization must receive the common ownership and the landowners contribute for this to be done within the framework of the legislation. Special levies are levied when additional appropriations are required for non-budgeted expenditure. This is a normal process of shiftwork. Last week, after work, I came back to find a message from the day before saying that my fence was going to be replaced. I added this to my to-do list to contact the BC, as I hadn`t been contacted before by fences and knew I needed to replace a few parts of my 1.2m high wooden fence. I went to the back and to my astonishment, the back fence was gone and in its place there was a steel fence and parts were also missing from the side of my garden fence. When I left the house the next morning, I saw a craftsman remove the rest of the fence. I asked him what was going on, and he said that he had been ordered to replace the wooden fence with paint steel, and that my garden was next. I told him not to touch my garden until I discussed it with my BC.

Now that parts were missing from the back side, I let him finish his job, otherwise I wouldn`t have a fence. I was in a hurry because I`m a single parent who works full time, and it was only one of those mornings, otherwise I might have thought about leaving him at work, but the alternative wasn`t a fence at all. What I didn`t expect when I got home that night was the six-foot-high steel wall that surrounded my tiny garden. It is not in my most daring dreams that I thought someone might think that something so large is suitable for a garden only 7.5 meters long. Now my view of beautiful trees is ruined and I can only imagine the absence of drafts in summer. Nice info in this thread. Well done Lisa! My question is, my property has a border fence (at the back) that separates us from an adjacent road. The natural strip obviously belongs to the city council (Qld), would the laws put an end to my request to add a door to the border fence so that I have access to the road? I could park on the street and walk through the door to my house if there is nothing else to park. Hello Lisa Our diapers have exclusive areas of use. Is it possible to propose and adopt a valid statute where the organization installs (and maintains) fences and gates at the boundary of exclusive areas of use (even if it is between lots or between lots and general common areas). Thank you Alan You can mark the boundaries of your property with a wall, ditch, hedge, fence or other type of fence. I read an order of adjudicators on a fence where the organization made changes to a fence and the adjudicator discovered that the organization should have discussed with the owner of the land as a half-owner before making any changes.

Sometimes commissions feel that they can move forward, just as they do with other commons, but in this case, the adjudicator has found that they have exceeded their mission. It was like you were. The basic rule for retaining walls is that they are much more beneficial to you than to another, so it is the responsibility of the lot to benefit only from them. I was at 2 adjudicators about it, since I was sacrificed 2 times and thrown under the bus to allow both owners to “keep” the visitor parks of the common property like theirs, and now they have taken my own parking allowances to get the council`s agreement to do so. My parking doesn`t even match the council`s own parking relationship for a 3-room apartment (I`m between 1 and 2 bedrooms) Hi Lisa, we own a ground floor unit in a 2 up, 2 down complex under a BFP on the Sunshine Coast…