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- The role of your strata manager is set out in the management agreement which should be consulted before contact with a strata manager about set duties.
- The body corporate by-laws, past records such as minutes, government guide publications, and legislation should be consulted before contact with a strata manager about legal obligations or a dispute.
- Body corporate records should be consulted before contact with a strata manager about maintenance issues or resolutions of meetings.
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- only use personal information for the reason it is collected;
- not pass on personal information collected in ways that people would think unreasonable, unless the disclosure is authorised by another law;
- ensure that personal information is kept secure, accurate and up-to-date.