Understanding
Company Title

For both shareholders and board members of a company title building, it is important for you to understand your rights and obligations. A failure to understand these matters may result in disputes arising within the building, as well as costly and timely legal action to resolve these disputes. Obligations differ between each building, increasing the need for all members to ensure they understand what is involved.

Our popular ebook, Understanding Company Title, is now up to its Fourth Edition and includes:

  • The basics of Company Title, including house rules and common property,
  • Things you should know about buying and selling shares in a Company Title building,
  • Governance and Management, the board and running a good general meeting,
  • The obligations of directors, and maintaining company records,
  • Rights, duties and disputes,
  • And much more…

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What Memorandum and Articles Mean for Company Title

What Memorandum and Articles Mean for Company Title

All company title stakeholders are bound by the memorandum and articles of the constitution. What is the memorandum? It sets out what the company can legally do. What are the articles of association? Essential guide as to how the company runs. Articles have a...

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Does Company Title Mirror Strata Title?

Does Company Title Mirror Strata Title?

Before strata title was introduced in the 1960s, apartments were governed by company title. Unlike owning a specific area of the building, as with a strata title, a company title is similar to owning shares in a company. The particular shares you may buy are allocated...

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Avoiding Liability With Company Title Building Maintenance

Avoiding Liability With Company Title Building Maintenance

Companies should be vigilant to ensure that all defects in the company title building are promptly repaired. A failure to carry out proper maintenance can result in the company being held liable in damages or being required to pay a statutory penalty. Constitutional...

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How To Deal With Encroachments On Common Property

How To Deal With Encroachments On Common Property

What is Encroachment? Sometimes, shareholders will mistakenly undertake renovation works on parts of common property. Companies should take action to prevent encroachments in order to a shareholder does not exceed his or her entitlements under the constitution in a...

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