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Can a body corporate kick out a unit owner vic

Discussion in 'General Property Chat' started by pickle pickle, 3rd Oct, 2016.

  1. pickle pickle

    pickle pickle Active Member

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    I can see this situation getting extremly serious. Police have been notified of two separate incidents this week regarding a behaviour of a unit owner. Is there any situation where the body corporate in victoria can kick out a unit owner from living in a unit because that unit owner is a physical threat to the other people living in the complex? Ie. Intervention orders etc do the truck?
     
  2. Agent30yrs.

    Agent30yrs. Well-Known Member

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    Is "the truck" like a hit and run ?
     
  3. thatbum

    thatbum Well-Known Member

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    Off the top of my head, intervention orders can only be made for and against natural people - so the answer is no.
     
  4. JacM

    JacM VIC Buyer's Agent Business Member

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    Pray they get arrested for something and get sent to prison perhaps... and then pray someone worse doesn't move in...
     
  5. Big Will

    Big Will Well-Known Member

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    Just like having a really bad neighbor you cannot kick someone out of their house.

    If it is a rental you can someway give grief to the PM/LL and hope they don't renew lease.

    Your options are;

    1. Stay and put up with it and hope something happens to the person in the unit.
    2. Rent out your unit
    3. Sell your unit

    4. Organise your own 'solution' to the problem *looks around and slowly shows a baseball bat*

    However my understanding is you cannot kick the person out as they occupy the land.
     
  6. Wall Street

    Wall Street Well-Known Member

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    1. Get Intervention order

    2. Then let him breach it.

    3. Go back to step 1