Restrictive laws which require 100 per cent agreement before strata schemes can be terminated could be amended and new powers could be granted to owners corporations in respect of pets, smoking and vehicle towaways as part of recommended changes upon which the Queensland government is seeking feedback.

In a recent announcement, Queensland Attorney General and Justice Minister Yvette D’Ath has called for public submissions with regard to 29 recommendations made in a report on strata law reform published by Queensland University of Technology. Under one of the most significant proposals, requirements to gain agreement from 100 per…