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Notice to rectify breach—short-stay accommodation arrangement complaint

    (1)     If an owners corporation decides to take action under this Part in respect of an alleged breach by a short-stay occupant, the owners corporation—

        (a)     must give notice of the allegation to the lot owner and the short-stay provider (if the short-stay provider is not the lot owner); and

        (b)     may give notice of the allegation to the short-stay occupant.

    (2)     A notice must specify the alleged breach and state that—

        (a)     the person to whom the notice is given is required to rectify the breach if this has not been done so already; and

        (b)     in any case, the owners corporation may decide to apply to VCAT to resolve a short‑stay accommodation dispute in relation to the breach and may seek one or more of the following orders—

              (i)     a prohibition order under section 169D;

              (ii)     an order for a civil penalty under section 169G;

              (iii)     any applicable order that VCAT may make under section 165.

    (3)     A notice under this section must be in writing in the approved form.

S. 159E inserted by No. 34/2018 s. 5.

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