Developer Report

Under changes to the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015, Developers are now legally required to submit the Handover Documentation & an Initial Maintenance Schedule to the newly registered Strata Plan before the 1st Annual General Meeting.

The Handover Documents ensure the Executive Committee have full knowledge on all the different engineering services within a complex & the Initial Maintenance Schedule details how the common property is to be maintained to ensure all warranties are not invalidated.

Tyrrells are well placed to assist in this area as we thoroughly prepare all of the relevant documentation for the Executive Committee.

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How long does it take?

A written Report will typically require 5-10 working days following the inspection.

When should the inspection take place?

These Reports are best compiled once the Occupation Certificate has been provided by the certifier or local council.

This will ensure that most documentation is available however, there are important documents not required to achieve OC.

Tyrrells will assist the Owners Corporation in identifying valuable documentation that is lacking & attempt to secure it on their behalf.

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