Lot owner fined $10,000 for contempt

  • Author : Tiphanie Acreman - 30-01-2015

In Kanter v Milroy Investments Australia Pty Ltd [2015] VCAT 90, a company was fined $10,000 for contempt because it breached orders previously made by the Tribunal. Amongst other things, the Tribunal found that the company had continued to allow its customers to park on common property despite a previous finding by the Tribunal that in doing so the company was breaching the rules of the owners corporation. The company was found to be seriously and persistently in breach of the rules.

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