In resolving disputes that are submitted to the CTTT they have many processes which are functioned step by step. After the process of mediation, if the dispute is not resolved the next formal and important step is Applications for orders by Adjudicators at the CTTT. The adjudicators of CTTT are having great powers to deal with disputes and make orders which are detailed in the Strata Schemes management Act 1996. Also, in resolving cttt disputes
, these Adjudicators are powerful to appoint a tribunal appointed managing agent and overturn executive or general meeting decisions. Adjudication is a process that is purely based on paper and there is no hearing at this stage. In this process the details and quality of the documents is crucial because the decisions are based entirely on the application and other written information provided. All the parties are to be identified accurately in the applications and submissions, also, the relevant parts of the Strata Schemes Management Act of 1996 that apply are to be specified. It should also include all relevant facts and information and be supported by primary documents such as plans, searches, agreements, images, etc.
Interested people such as the scheme, managers, lot owners and occupiers are invited by the CTTT to make submissions so that everyone gets a chance to participate in the process. Also, the decisions based on the written material are generally given within eight to twelve weeks. And the decisions of the adjudicator will be supported by written reasons. Also, anyone and any parties who made a submission have a right of appeal from a CTTT Adjudicator’s order.