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BODY CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT ACT 1997 - SECT 10

Meaning of community titles scheme

10 Meaning of community titles scheme

(1) A
"community titles scheme" is—
(a) a single community management statement recorded by the registrar identifying land (the
"scheme land" ); and
(b) the scheme land.
(2) Land may be identified as scheme land only if it consists of—
(a) 2 or more lots; and
(b) other land (the
"common property" for the community titles scheme) that is not included in a lot mentioned in paragraph (a) .
Note—
Common property for a community titles scheme is, effectively, freehold land forming part of the scheme land but not forming part of a lot included in the scheme.
(3) Land can not be common property for more than 1 community titles scheme.
(4) For each community titles scheme, there must be—
(a) at least 2 lots; and
(b) common property; and
(c) a single body corporate; and
(d) a single community management statement.
(5) A community titles scheme is a
"basic scheme" if all the lots mentioned in subsection (2) (a) are lots under the Land Title Act.
(6) However, under this Act, a lot may be, for its inclusion in a community titles scheme other than a basic scheme, another community titles scheme.
Note—
Schedule 1 contains examples of possible structures of community titles schemes.



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