Reminder: Submissions for latest Issues Paper (Procedural issues) closing 22 February 2016
As you may recall on 1 December 2015 an issues paper about body corporate governance was been released for public consultation as part of a review of Queensland’s property laws being conducted by QUT's Commercial and Property Law Research Centre for the Queensland Government. The review includes examination of a number of important issues for unit owners and bodies corporate. QUT is currently seeking submissions about a range of procedural and administrative issues for bodies corporate. Submissions will help QUT identify opportunities to improve and modernise Queensland’s body corporate laws.
This is a reminder that the time for submissions in response to the latest issues paper closes on Monday, 22 February 2016.
Unit Owners Association of Queensland strongly encourages its members to make a submission to the released issues paper.
You can access the paper 'Procedural issues under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997' here and make submissions by COB Monday, 22 February 2016 via the contacts below:
C/- Office of Regulatory Policy
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
GPO Box 3111
Brisbane QLD 4001.
This is the second paper on governance issues within the Property Law Review. The Options Paper Body corporate governance issues: By-laws, debt recovery and scheme termination was released for public consultation in December 2014. You can find the relevant UOAQ's submission here.The public consultation so far included submissions to Property Occupation Bills 2013 with regard to Disclosure and Transparency (see UOAQ's submission here) and Lot Entitlements 2014 (see UOAQ's submission here & annexure here).