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Adjudicators' decisions

Reading a decision that an adjudicator has made in a past case can help you understand how the body corporate legislation is interpreted and applied.

The subject matter or details of a past dispute may not be the same as a situation within your own body corporate. However the adjudicator's decision may give you general information about the dispute resolution process. It will also help you understand how adjudicators make 'just and equitable' decisions when resolving body corporate disputes.

We publish adjudicator's decisions made since 2000 online. You can search the online database of decisions by the name of the scheme which was involved in the dispute, the date of the decision, or words in the decision.

Decisions made before August 2008

While adjudicator's decisions made before August 2008 may be relevant they will reference regulation modules made in 1997 rather than the current regulation modules. Also, many sections of the BCCM Act were renumbered in March 2003. So decisions made before that date will reference the previous section numbers.

Further questions?

If you have further body corporate questions you can submit an enquiry or phone the information service on 1800 060 119 (freecall).

We cannot give legal advice or rulings—we can only give you general information on body corporate legislation.

Last updated
10 February 2015

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