Ask a body corporate question
Office closure during lockdown
Our office is closed for visits from the general public during the South East Queensland lockdown.
We are taking email and phone enquiries as usual.
You can use this form to ask the Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management (BCCM) a question.
Please be aware that we cannot give you legal advice. We can only provide general information on the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 and the 5 associated regulation modules.
If your building is registered under another act, you will need to seek independent legal advice because we cannot help you with general information.
- review documents or confirm if something is right, wrong, valid or invalid
- give you your body corporate contact details (they are not registered with us)—contact the Titles Registry or look at paperwork the body corporate has sent you
- give information on any other laws (e.g. fire safety, work health and safety)—details of other relevant agencies are listed to the right or below this form.
You will need to know which regulation module your scheme is registered under so we can give you relevant information when responding. If you're not sure, contact the Titles Registry on 1300 255 750 to find out.
We recommend you read the body corporate and community management topics before submitting this form, because it can take us up to 14 days to respond to your question. Most answers will be found on our webpages—listed by topic.
If your question is urgent please phone us on 1800 060 119 (freecall).
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