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LOCAL GOVERNMENT (GENERAL) REGULATION 2005 - REG 136E

Levying of charge on strata buildings

136E Levying of charge on strata buildings

(1) An environmental upgrade charge levied on land that is the subject of a strata scheme is a charge on all lots that are the subject of the strata scheme.
(2) However, the amount of any unpaid environmental upgrade charge is to be apportioned between the lots the subject of the strata scheme, so that the charge payable in respect of each lot the subject of the strata scheme is taken to be the relevant proportion of the unpaid environmental upgrade charge.
(3) If the charge payable in respect of a particular lot is paid by the owner of the lot, the unpaid environmental charge to which the payment relates ceases to be a charge on that lot.
(4) In this clause, the
"relevant proportion" is the proportion that the unit entitlement of a lot bears to the aggregate unit entitlement of all lots the subject of the strata scheme.
(5) Unit entitlements are determined in accordance with the Strata Schemes (Freehold Development) Act 1973 , or the Strata Schemes (Leasehold Development) Act 1986 , as appropriate.
(6) Section 550 of the Act, and the provisions of Part 7 of Chapter 15 of the Act that apply in respect of environmental upgrade charges, are modified to the extent necessary to give effect to this clause.
(7) To avoid doubt, a reference in this clause to the amount of any unpaid environmental upgrade charge includes a reference to any amount charged under an environmental upgrade agreement for late payment of an environmental upgrade charge.



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