Disputes in community schemes are inevitable, and can have far-reaching consequences. It is vital for any affected parties to know and understand the internal and external remedies available to them, to resolve any issues of dispute.
The Dispute Resolution in Community Scheme Course Notes will provide an understanding of the various types of community schemes and how disputes that arise in them can be resolved, by the parties themselves or with the assistance of the Community Schemes Ombud Service (“CSOS“). The course is compiled by Professor Graham Paddock.
What is covered in the Dispute Resolution in Community Schemes Course Notes?
CHAPTER 1: TYPES OF LAND AND COMMUNITY SCHEMES
CHAPTER 2: OVERVIEW OF THE COMMUNITY SCHEMES OMBUD SERVICE ACT
CHAPTER 3: TYPES OF CSOS ORDERS AND UNDERLYING DISPUTES
CHAPTER 4: INFORMAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION OPTIONS
CHAPTER 5: APPLICATION TO CSOS
CHAPTER 6: CSOS CONCILIATION
CHAPTER 7: CSOS ADJUDICATION
CHAPTER 8: ARBITRATION AND HIGH COURT LITIGATION
Who needs this?
Those involved in community schemes, including sectional title schemes, home owners’ associations, share block schemes, retirement schemes, and housing cooperatives, would benefit, including owners in community schemes, trustees, managing agents and other scheme managers, attorneys, administrators, arbitrators and mediators or other dispute resolution service providers.