Navigating the legislation and interests governing community title schemes
Our in-depth understanding of the strata industry is based on experience acting for all the stakeholders in different projects.
We take a balanced, strategic and commercial approach in guiding committees, lot owners and other stakeholders through the myriad of legislation and competing interests that govern community title schemes to achieve a desired result.
Advising committees on all aspects of the Body Corporate and Community Management Act and its regulation modules
Dispute resolution applications through the
Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management
Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
Appeals of orders made by adjudicators and referees.
Advising bodies corporate on the proposed assignment, variation, extension and termination of management rights agreements.
Off the plan developments
Reviewing and advising on by-laws.
Assisting committees to deal with building defects.
Advising on the Building Units and Group Titles Act
Advising on rights and obligations under building management statements.
Assisting committee with objections to development applications for neighbouring land and any other planning and environment matters that may affect the scheme land
Litigation in the
Whatever your building management challenges – we’re with you.
Thynne + Macartney is registered as a pre-qualified Legal Service supplier for Queensland Local Governments (and other defined Purchasers) in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government Act 2009 (the "Act") and Local Government Regulation 2012 (the "Regulation").
Aaron Webb is one of only 26 Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialists in Property Law
Accredited Specialists are lawyers who have successfully completed an advanced, peer-reviewed assessment program specific to their area of expertise, demonstrating their high level of knowledge and skills in that area.
Only lawyers, not law practices, can be Accredited Specialists.