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The body corp should look after the common areas and each tenants will be responsible to look after their own portion of the area.Scott No MatesParticipant@scott-no-matesJoin Date: 2005Post Count: 3,856
Depends on what is in the lease.MikeParticipant@mikesonthemicJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 43
So if you own the whole building, you are the body corporate and will be responsible for such costs?
Scott No Mates: is there a circumstance where the tenants would be required to contribute to the upkeep of common areas which would be detailed in the lease? Using the above example of a small office block. Support the driveway to the car park needed resurfacing. Would it be a possibility that these costs would be chargeable to the tenants under the lease they have signed?
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In some cases a net lease will require contributions to repairs and maintenance but in all cases excluding replacement, structural repair or upgrades. Eg. Repairs to leaking fittings, air conditioning service etc.
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