1. Waratah Strata Management collects personal information about the individuals who have an interest in the property of schemes managed by Waratah Strata Management. These include strata corporations, community and neighbourhood associations, and home unit companies.
  2. The policy of Waratah Strata Management is that personal information must only be collected, disclosed and used by it for the purposes of managing the affairs of those schemes, according to the laws to which they and Waratah Strata Management are subject. In particular, the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 and the Community Land Management Act 1989 require the collection of personal information about those individuals.
  3. These purposes may include:-
    • the protection, maintenance and repair of the property
    • the insurance of the scheme and the property
    • the raising and distribution of funds
    • the election of representatives
    • the enforcement of by-laws and other applicable law
    • compliance with the requirements of statutory and judicial bodies
    • the making of decisions about the scheme’s affairs
  4. For these purposes, personal information may be disclosed to other owners and representatives, statutory and judicial bodies, and professional advisers, agents and contractors of the organization.
  5. Whenever reasonable and practicable, Waratah Strata Management will collect personal information about an individual only from that individual.
  6. As an owner, you may gain access to your personal information according to the laws by which the information is collected and held. If you require assistance in this regard, please contact Waratah Strata Management.
  7. Waratah Strata Management may be contacted for these purposes in the following ways:-

In Writing: P.O. Box 125, Eastwood NSW 2122, Telephone: 9114 9599, Facsimile: 9114 9598, Email: enquiry@waratahstrata.com.au

  1. If personal information required by relevant laws is not provided by an individual, then the individual may suffer certain disadvantages, according to those laws. In particular, the individual may not be regarded as an owner of his or her premises for the purposes of the organisation’s affairs, and may be unable to participate in decisions about the organisation’s affairs, or may not be advised of his or her responsibilities and rights.