David Knoll AM’s article entitled: “Quality standards for tribunal decision making in strata disputes” has been published by the Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law this month.


The article analyses decisions across Australia in which tribunal decisions are appealed by reason of the poor quality of the decision making. Knoll contends that the impact on community living of uncorrected poor quality tribunal decisions can be immense, depending on the degree of error. For example, water ingress into people’s homes might remain unremedied for many years.


Read the online version here.