In our unique Australian way, we have eight sets of laws for strata property in our sparsely populated land. Each has of course, its own language to express the same or similar concepts.
This does nothing for the development of better standards and understanding in a shrinking world where cross border travel and property ownership is at an all time high.
These language barriers make it difficult for business to develop across state and territory borders and for learning to be transported from one jurisdiction to another. Our advancement in this area is hampered by the absence of a common language for those living and working in the strata world. I think we’d better think it out again!