Is it possible to pass a Strata By-Law restricting an owner from leasing their unit to Public Housing NSW under Property Law? We have recently had this experience and the Housing Commission tenant was a nightmare, partying all night, leaving rubbish to rot on the landing, abusing neighbours. The police were called several times. They had their power cut off for unpaid bills and have recently been evicted. As owners we are trying to find out if there is anything that we can do to prevent the owner of the unit in question from leasing his unit to Public Housing NSW, and thereby not repeating this experience. Apart from the reasons described above we are also aware that having Public Housing NSW tenants will likely have a negative impact on the value of the rest of the apartments in the block. We have raised this with our Strata Manager who has advised that it is not possible to pass a By-Law of this nature as it is discriminatory. Is that true? I look forward to some information. Cheers.