Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 No 138
122 How can a corporation exercise functions in relation to a
(1) A corporation may authorise an individual to exercise on its
behalf any function conferred by or under this Act on the corporation as owner
or mortgagee of a lot or as a covenant chargee having the benefit of a
covenant charge affecting a lot and may revoke the authority of any individual
(2) A function exercised with respect to a lot by an individual
authorised under this section by the owner, mortgagee or covenant chargee is
taken to have been exercised with respect to the lot by the owner, mortgagee
or covenant chargee.
(3) Nothing in this section affects any liability or obligation
imposed by or under this Act on a corporation which is an owner or mortgagee
of a lot or a covenant chargee.
(4) A document under the seal of a corporation purporting to be an
authorisation under this section or to be a revocation of such an
authorisation is admissible in evidence and is, unless the contrary is proved,
taken to be such an authorisation or revocation.