Body Corporate and Community Management Scheme Disputes

Body Corporate disputes come under the Body Corporate and Community Management Schemes Act 1997. Such disputes are commonly resolved by way of adjudication. Adjudication is a formal process by which conciliation is reached. The adjudicator is a legal practitioner who decides the parties claims objectively and without prejudice. However, if the adjudication order is dissatisfying to one of the parties they are able to apply to QCAT (Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal) for an appeal.  Mr Trout will be able to inform you of the likelihood of success in your body corporate dispute.

Mr Trout has extensive experience in this area of law and has advised numerous clients. Additionally, Mr Trout is familiar with the relevant documents, processes and options for settlement in such matters. Mr Trout can explain the options open to you and the best pathway for success in your body corporate dispute.

It is crucial that you are provided with the best possible advise in this matters to ensure a positive outcome. Mr Trout has recently appeared before the Court of Appeal, QCAT and QCAT Appeal Tribunal for Body Corporate disputes and has first hand experience and understanding of this particular area of law.

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Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)