Nicole specialises solely in Owners Corporations law. She understands the unique nature of strata living and disputes and that it is an area requiring specialist knowledge and practical advice and representation.

Nicole aims to achieve workable outcomes for her Owners Corporation clients that reflect the often ongoing shared ownership context of Owners Corporation disputes.

Nicole is highly respected as a leader in the area of Owners Corporation law, and is a regular contributor to various Strata publications and guest speaker at industry events.

As a litigator, former Crown Solicitor and Regulatory Prosecutor, Nicole’s strengths include quickly identifying her client’s issues and providing advice in plain, easy-to-understand language. Nicole is a strong and practical litigator who consistently achieves results for her clients whilst providing accessible and personal service.

The remedy to counterfactual thinking involves a little patience, a little charm and a lot of knowledge
- Nicole Wilde

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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

What is the True Cost of Not Asking the Right Questions at the Right Time?

The recent Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal case of Dunn v Owners Corporation 446158A (Owners...
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Owners Corporation / Property & Development / Owners Corporations & Strata

Apartmentites – Guest Insight #1

Owners Corporations are made up of apartment owners In this ‘Apartmentites’ blog, Tisher Liner FC Law’s Nicole...
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Owners Corporation / Property & Development / Property & Developers

Important VCAT Case Update: The Grundl Assessment

New Guidance from VCAT on how Owners Corporations choose the appropriate method for raising Special Levies An important...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

How Quickly Would a Fire Spread in Your Apartment Building?

In 2014, a fire began on the balcony of the residential apartment high rise known as the Lacrosse building near Etihad...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

A Tribute to Those Who Demand Compliance & to Those Who Support It

In the context of your own life, you may be entitled to adopt the above philosophies But if you hold elected office as...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

VCAT Case Update – Collins v Network Pacific Strata Management Pty Ltd (Owners Corporations) [2017] VCAT 499

A lot owner and Committee Member of the Owners Corporation for the development at 46-50 Haig Street, South Bank (shown...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

The ‘Twenty-Seven Centimetre Dispute’ between St Kilda Road Owners Corporation and Lot Owner

A Member or occupier of a Lot must not: without prior written consent of the Body Corporate, alter or permit to be...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

When Research meets Practice: The International Research Forum on Multi-owned Properties

This academic strata research provides invaluable insight into the decisions of those who purchase apartments, the...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

VCAT Levy Recovery Case Update | A Sound Reminder from VCAT: What Victorian Owners Corporations Can and Cannot Charge Lot Owners

If Owners Corporations wish to recover money from lot owners that fall outside of these two categories, they cannot...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

Is Your Owners Corporation making Reasonable Decisions?

The Viridian Noosa Residences is a 23 lot residential development located in Noosa, Queensland The owner of a lot that...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

VCAT Declares Owners Corporation Rule Prohibiting Pets Being Kept in Private Lots Invalid & Unenforceable

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has recently applied the Supreme Court of Victoria’s leading...
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Owners Corporation / Owners Corporations & Strata

Why Owners Corporation Rules Should Always Be Drafted By Legal Practitioners

In the Balcombe case, the Supreme Court declared that a registered Owners Corporation Rule was invalid and...
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