Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 No 50
Current version for 1 July 2020 to date (accessed 7 July 2020 at 16:37)
Part 4 Division 4 Section 66
66   Building managers
(1)  A building manager is a person who assists in exercising any one or more of the following functions of the owners corporation—
(a)  managing common property,
(b)  controlling the use of common property by persons other than the owners and occupiers of lots,
(c)  maintaining and repairing common property.
(2)  However, a person is not a building manager if the person exercises those functions only on a voluntary or casual basis or as a member of the strata committee.
(3)  A person may be both a building manager and an on-site residential property manager.
(4)  A building manager may be a person who is entitled to exclusive possession (whether or not jointly with any other person) of a lot or common property in a strata scheme.
(5)  For the purposes of this Act, a person is taken to be a building manager for a strata scheme if the person meets the description of a building manager set out in this section, regardless of whether the title given to the person’s position is building manager, caretaker, resident manager or any other title.