Looking at a group of strata units in qld where i would be the major unit holder 13 out of 22 units with 5 other unit owners prepared to support my request for the bodycorp to be restructured as it has got out of control with its expenses can you explain how this system works and how to bring it under contro also there is a managers rights attached to the units do they have any legal rights over my units thankyou also any other advise you think i should question them on
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before i buy can the bodycorp come under my control as the majority unit holder so that i can restructure the managment
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so you can remove the strata company and run the units from an onsite manager, also in regard to the managing right are we the unit owners bound to only rent our units through them or can i rent out to who ever i want without having to pay them
manager rights is some sort of system in qld where the rights to rent out holiday units in resorts is common practice this is separate to the body corp my question is are the owners legally bound to these managers
the units are all under there own strata title but the owners can either live in them or rent them out, so no its not a resort
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they are normal residential on long term leases with a strata company controling the strata no they arent resort management built
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