(1) The State
Administrative Tribunal may make an order sought by the applicant and an order
made may be expressed in terms different from the order sought, so long as it
does not differ in substance from the order sought.
(2) An order made may
include such ancillary or consequential provisions as the State Administrative
Tribunal thinks fit.
(3) The State
Administrative Tribunal may order a strata company, an administrator, a
proprietor, a person having an estate or interest in a lot or an occupier or
other resident of a lot to do, or to refrain from doing, a specified act with
respect to a parcel.
(4) The State
Administrative Tribunal may by order dismiss an application for an order.
(5) An application may
be withdrawn by the applicant at any time before an order is made.
(7) The State
Administrative Tribunal cannot make any order for the payment of costs in
connection with an application for an order except —
allowing an applicant to amend the application, to compensate persons for time
unnecessarily spent in connection with the application; or
under section 103H(8).
[(8), (9) deleted]
(10) Except to the
extent that the order otherwise provides, an order under this Division (not
being an order for payment of money referred to in section 84(1)(a))
ceases to have any force or effect upon the expiration of the period of
2 years that next succeeds the making of the order.
section 36, where an order against a strata company is made under this
Division on the application of the proprietor of a lot, the strata company may
not levy in respect of that lot a contribution towards the expenses of the
strata company in relation to the application.
[Section 81 amended: No. 58 of 1995
s. 72; No. 55 of 2004 s. 1131 and 1156(2) and (3).]