Categories for Strata

New type of Title, what is a Leasehold scheme, Title, and Reversionary interest

27/5/2020
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The introduction of the new Strata Title Act Amendment has led to the creation of Leasehold Schemes and Titles in WA. A leasehold scheme includes a subdivided underlying title with a reversionary interest and leasehold strata titles. A Leasehold Title is a portion of the subdivided land that acts the same as a freehold parcel for the duration of the leasehold scheme (20-99 years). Reversionary interest relates to the right of the owner of the underlying title. It allows them...

Settled into an apartment, Would you like to win a $1000 prepaid visa? Thanks to WA Apartment Advocacy

3/3/2019
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Settled into an apartment, WA Apartment Advocacy (WAAA) would like to speak to you! WAAA is doing its national research again and they are asking that we share the following message to any clients who recently settled on an apartment. The survey is completely confidential and they could win $1000 pre-paid visa card. As you know WAAA is the voice for people who choose to own and live in apartments and AICWA would like to lend our assistance. The message for...

Strata Titles Act Reform update

11/7/2018
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Milestone achieved!The most significant changes to strata in over 20 years have been confirmed following the passage of the Strata Titles Amendment Bill 2018 and the Community Titles Bill 2018 on 1 November 2018 and 6 November 2018 respectively.What happens now?Landgate’s focus will now be on completing the regulations to support the amended Strata Titles Act 1985 and the new Community Titles Act 2018. Landgate will continue consulting with public, government, industry and community stakeholders on those regulations.How to stay informedFor further information on the reforms, refer...

Suspect a water leak, How to detect it & what to do…

11/8/2017
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Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Regularly checking taps, pipes and fittings around your property could save precious water and precious money! How can I detect a leak?To conduct a leak detection test yourself, follow these simple steps:Step 1: Ensure no water is being used in your house (turn off all water appliances, such as washing machines and evaporative air conditioners).Step 2: Read the black and red numbers on your meter. Record the black numbers from left to right. The black...