Lot owners have successfully upheld their rights in relation to leases granted over car spaces and courtyards on common property. Continue reading
In Kanter v Milroy Investments Australia Pty Ltd  VCAT 90, a company was fined $10,000 for contempt because it breached orders previously made by the Tribunal. Continue reading
In Black v Foo  VCAT 1676, a lot owner was storing items (kayaks etc.) on car space on private title. Continue reading
It is unusual for an Owners Corporation matter to make its way to the Court of Appeal but that is exactly what happened in Avranik Pty Ltd v Lloyd and ors  VSCA 244. Continue reading
Lot owners who had continuously parked their mobile home in the parking bay designated for visitors were held to be in breach of the OC rules: Owners Corporation PS324753R v Callander  VCAT 2041
An OC can allow parking on common property if it specifies an area of common property for parking. It can also allocate those parking spaces to particular lots. The process for designation and the removal of designation was discussed in Owners Corporation No. 1 SP37133 v Jand Investments Pty Ltd & Ors  VCAT 1164.