Property Owner Resources

Archerview Body Corporate Management is a Rockhampton’s only locally owned strata management company providing personalised and on the ground management to owners and clients.

Body Corporate Legislation

Are you looking for information regarding your strata scheme? At the below link you will find information on the Body Corporate & Community Management Act 1997 and the associated regulation modules. If you are unsure which regulation module applies to your scheme, feel free to give us a call so we can help you find this information.

Body Corporate By-Laws

What is a by-law and do I have to follow it? Each body corporate scheme has a set of by-laws that residents and occupiers must follow. This link gives information such as common types of by-laws and how to enforce them. If you are unsure what by-laws your scheme has in place, feel free to give us a call so we can help you find this information.

Role of the Body Corporate

Are you new to a body corporate scheme? This link provides information on what it means to be involved in a body corporate scheme in Queensland. Please give our office a call if you would like to discuss your particular scheme.

Body Corporate Maintenance

Body Corporate schemes are registered under one of two subdivision plans: a Building Format Plan (BFP) or a Standard Format Plan (SFP). The type of format applicable to your scheme will determine whether the body corporate or a lot owner is responsible for certain types of maintenance. If you are unsure what format plan your scheme is registered under, feel free to give us a call so we can help you find this information.

Body Corporate Committees and Meetings

Committees are made up of executive and voting members and they all work together to run the body corporate from year to year. This link provides information on what it means to be a part of a Committee.

Body Corporate Disputes

Unfortunately from time to time disputes can arise within a body corporate scheme, whether they are between two or more owners or disputes relating to animals. This link provides information on the process for lodging a formal dispute resolution process with the Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management.

Body Corporate Records

It is vital that a body corporate keep accurate and up to date records at all times such as owner details and General or Committee meeting Minutes. Prospective buyers may choose to view the body corporate records prior to purchasing a Lot within the scheme. These records tell the interested party the general and financial position of the scheme. This link provides information on the types of records that a body corporate must keep on its roll.

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