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103G .         Order granting relief for breach of s. 7(2)

        (1)         An application to the State Administrative Tribunal for a finding and an order under this section may be made —

            (a)         by the proprietor of a lot in a two-lot scheme; or

            (b)         in the case of any other scheme, by the strata company.

        (2)         A finding under this section is a finding that the proprietor of a lot in the scheme has committed a breach of section 7(2).

        (3)         An order under this section is an order that the proprietor —

            (a)         stop carrying out any work or any specified work in breach of subsection (2) of section 7; or

            (b)         within a specified time, pull down, remove, or alter anything or any specified thing that is in place as a result of work done in breach of that subsection,

                or an order under both of those paragraphs.

        (4)         On the making of an application under subsection (1), the State Administrative Tribunal shall —

            (a)         make a finding under this section if satisfied that a breach of section 7(2) has occurred;

            (b)         make an order under this section unless satisfied that the work done or intended to be done will not cause any significant inconvenience or detriment to the other proprietors.

        [Section 103G inserted: No. 58 of 1995 s. 77; amended: No. 55 of 2004 s. 1156(1) and 1158.]

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