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This how to guide has been developed for strata residents and owners in New South Wales, Australia (NSW). If you live outside of NSW, you may still find this guide useful, but you will need to check the local laws, regulations and service providers that apply in your jurisdiction. The guide has been developed by Caitlin Buckle, Sian Thompson, Hazel Easthope, Laura Crommelin, Martin Loosemore and Bill Randolph at UNSW Sydney, with input from research partners at Strata Community Association (NSW), Strata Community Insurance, Australian College of Strata Lawyers (special thanks to Allison Benson), Lannock Strata Finance, Ross Taylor & Associates and the Owners Corporation Network of Australia. The research has been funded by Strata Community Association (NSW) and by Australian Research Council Grant LP170100126.
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Title Management in New South Wales. Membership includes strata managers, support staff, committee members and suppliers of products and services to the industry. SCA (NSW) has in excess of 3,000 members who represent over 75% of strata lots in NSW by way of helping to oversee, advise or manage a combined property portfolio with an estimated replacement value of over $400 Billion. SCA (NSW) proudly fulfils the dual roles of a professional institute and consumer advocate. Contact: (02) 9492 8200 | email@example.com | https://nsw.strata.community
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