Body Corporates

Poorly maintained buildings can become a legal liability for the owner or trustee if the building fails to meet statutory requirements of safety and functionality.

Property owners are responsible for the condition of their properties to ensure they are fit for purpose. Under various legislation such as the Unit Titles Act owners and trustees are required to exercise reasonable skill, care and diligence. This has implications for those who manage property assets including multi-unit developments, schools, churches and charitable trusts.

It is essential that all those responsible for building upkeep have sound, auditable procedures for property maintenance. A satisfactory audit trail demonstrates those procedures and processes are in place and functioning well.

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