QLD Body Corporate

Queensland is Australia's 'Sunshine State' offering a wide variety of terrain and tourism destinations. Queensland has more than 48,000 strata properties on title representing well over 450,000 units.
With growing demand for housing from an expanding population and high level of tourism, Queensland is forecast to continue strong growth in the strata property sector.

Queensland body corporate terminology may differ from other states. Body Corporate Managers manage the common property of the Community Titles Scheme with the help of a Committee. When buying and selling property, the vendor disclosure document for the Body Corporate is the Section 206 Body Corporate Disclosure Statement and Section 205 Body Corporate Information Certificate.

Ace Body Corporate Management has been a member of the state strata institute, Strata Community Australia (Qld), since 2004. Membership with SCA (Qld) is compulsory for all Ace QLD body corporate managers. All Ace managers in Queensland obtain the post nominal, Certified Practising Strata Manager (CPSM).

The legislation affecting bodies corporate in Queensland are the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 and Body Corporate and Community Management Regulations 2008.

The dispute resolution body in Queensland is the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).

For more information on bodies corporate, please browse the links in the side menu, including 'Strata Links' where you can download the relevant legislation and associated acts.

For further information, please contact your local Ace strata manager. Please use 'Local Branches' to search for your specific Ace manager or to find a body corporate manager servicing your area.

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The content presented is not intended to be advice and you should not rely on it as a substitute for any form of advice. This content is intended to be used for general information purposes only and may or may not reference the varied and constantly evolving strata legislation in each state and territory of Australia. It is always recommended that you seek independent legal instruction for interpretation of relevant strata legislation in your relevant state or territory.