Member Documents


Practising Resources

The SCA (Qld) Standard Administration Agreement
The agreement is the profession’s benchmark agreement in which a body corporate appoints its manager.  The agreement establishes a binding legal relationship (contract) between a body corporate and a body corporate manager. It is only to be used by SCA (Qld) members.

 

It is one of Australia’s pre-eminent standard industry / professional agreements due to the level of consumer protection it affords to a significant number of properties.  The agreement is only available to strata management members of SCA (Qld). Members should be aware that any changes to the agreement are the Member’s responsibility to check with a legal expert.  

SCA (Qld) Standard Administration Agreement  - current as of August 2017
GENERAL Clauses (locked PDF), Reference Schedule (unlocked DOC)
Note: You need to download both parts

SCA (Qld) Building Management Statement Manager Agreement
The BMS contract is for body corporate managers who have been engaged by a building management group to provide administrative services under a building management statement (BMS). The usual SCA administrative agreement is not appropriate for this kind of engagement because the rights and obligations of the parties are not prescribed by legislation - instead, they are determined by the provisions of the BMS itself. For that reason, we recommend you carefully consider the relevant provisions of each BMS under which you are engaged (which may differ significantly) and amend the BMS contract to suit your particular circumstances.

SCA (Qld) Building Management Statement Agreement 
- current as of August 2017
GENERAL Clauses (locked PDF), Reference Schedule (unlocked DOC)
Note: You need to download both parts


SCA (Qld) Chapter 3 Part 5 Agreement

The Chapter 3 Part 5 agreement is for bodies corporate who are unable to have a full committee and seek to engage a body corporate manager.  This engagement can only be made if the body corporate has been unable to fill all executive member positions on the committee or the total number of voting members of the committee is fewer than three. Before considering such an engagement, the body corporate must attempt to elect or appoint a full committee.

SCA (Qld) Chapter 3 Part 5 Agreement - current as of August 2017
GENERAL Clauses (locked PDF), Reference Schedule (unlocked DOC)
Note: You need to download both parts

SCA Ltd Accreditation Pathway

 

Policies
SCA (Qld) has developed policies for its membership to provide guidance:


Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference, August 2018
Delegated Powers Guidelines, August 2018
Board Committees, effective 19 May 2015


By-Laws
Regional Working Group By-Law

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