When a lot is owned by a corporation (company), the company must appoint one or more individuals to represent the company for body corporate purposes. The nominee can be any individual person/s chosen by the company.
Even if the company is a sole-director company, or a company established as trustee of a self-managed superannuation fund, a company nominee must be appointed to enable the company owner to vote and interact with the body corporate.
Note – The contact information of the nominee (address, email and phone) will not be used to issue routine body corporate correspondence. The primary contact details for the company (used for meeting documents and levies) will not change – to change that information visit Update contact details.