The insurance obligations of each company are listed in sections 53 to 59 of the law, and once again a professional and competent strata manager should be able to lead the owners` council in this regard. Today, 20.05.2020, I participated in the 2020 General Assembly on online conferences on COVID19. There were five owners (including me) at the meeting and the meeting was chaired by the postmaster. Two things worried me at the meeting, first, two of the owners had ordered some of the work that was to be done in the property (z.B. fence, study and treatment of spiders/stops in the building, evacuation of garbage cans, painting of the building). The Chair expressed concern about conflicts of interest in the absence of offers and offers in the past, and agreed that the owner would continue to perform the duties under the 20/21 annual plan. Everyone seems to know each other during the session, but since my first year after many years I attended a meeting, I have in the meantime the opportunity to get an offer. The manager stated that there are work checks and if the owners are not happy, then this can be verified in the. Then she explained that it is pointed out in the protocol that all the participants agreed to hire these owners for the task, which I did not say „yes“ while the rest did.
The new legal obligations set standards that contribute to the effective management of a shift work enterprise. The reforms will make strata managers more accountable and require them to provide companies with high standards of professional services. Once the changes have been made, the shift work company may terminate the job management contract if a post manager violates one of its legal obligations. This is in addition to the rights they should have under the position management contract. Strata systems now benefit from better status, modernized system management, legal obligations for job managers and, in some cases, the implementation of a 10-year maintenance plan and a reserve fund. As a result of the increase in the volume of registered positions and the resulting increase in mail-in funds held by postmasters, requests have been made in recent years for the position management sector to be re-examined.