Before an assignment or variation of Management Rights can be effected the body corporate must first approve the proposed assignment or variation. This task can be carried out by the committee, however, the committee should consider very carefully a request for assignment and treat the task with a great deal of responsibility. A committee must conduct proper investigations of the proposed assignees taking into account all of the matters detailed in the relevant regulation module.
If the committee merely 'rubber stamp' an assignment, a scheme may be left with an under-qualified and under-performing manager. This may cause liability upon a committee from individual lot owners.
Committees should obtain specialist legal advice from HerdLaw - The Body Corporate Lawyers, before considering any assignment or variation. In addition, under-performing managers require proper handling and professional dispute management to prevent it escalating into an expensive and protracted legal battle.
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