(1) If the owners corporation decides to give a final notice, the notice must—
(a) be in writing in the approved form; and
(b) state that the person must within 28 days after the date of the notice rectify the breach; and
(c) state that if the breach is not rectified within that time, the owners corporation may decide to apply to VCAT for an order requiring the rectification of the breach.
(2) If the person who is given a final notice fails to rectify the breach within the required time, the owners corporation may decide—
(a) to apply to VCAT for an order requiring the rectification of the breach; or
(b) to take no further action in respect of the breach.
(3) The owners corporation must give notice of its decision under this section to—
(a) the person to whom the notice was given under subsection (1); and
(b) any person who made a complaint under section 152 in respect of the alleged breach.
See Part 11 for applications to VCAT.