The Strata Committee has wide powers curtailed only by limitations the Owners Corporation has chosen to impose on the Strata Committee, and a number of statutory restrictions.
(2) A decision of a strata committee is taken to be the decision of the owners corporation. However, in the event of a disagreement between the owners corporation and the strata committee, the decision of theowners corporation prevails.
(3) The following decisions cannot be made by the strata committee:
Other decisions barred by the legislation include obtaining legal advice beyond the regulated limit (Section 103), the termination of a strata management agreement (Section 72) and some spending in “large” schemes (Section 102).
That list of exclusions still leaves the Strata Committee significant wide ranging decisions making power to manage the strata scheme.
If you are unsure whether you have the power to make a particular decision you should seek legal advice.