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Conversion of lots into common property

12 Conversion of lots into common property

(1) One or more lots may be converted into common property with the approval of the local government by registering with the land registry, as a notice of conversion, a notice executed by the proprietor or proprietors of that lot or those lots and approved by the body corporate by unanimous resolution.
(2) The provisions of this Act relating to plans and to appeals from any decision of a local government or failure of a local government to make a decision shall with such modifications as may be necessary apply to conversions of lots into common property.
(3) A notice of conversion shall not be registered unless every mortgage, current lease, caveat or other interest recorded on each certificate of title has in so far as it affects the lot or lots to which the notice relates been discharged, surrendered, withdrawn or otherwise disposed of, as the case may be.
(4) When registering a notice of conversion the registrar of titles shall—
(a) amend the original plan in the manner prescribed; and
(b) amend the schedule of lot entitlements endorsed upon the original plan in accordance with the schedule complying with the provisions of section 19 lodged with the notice; and
(c) cancel the certificate of title for each lot converted into common property.

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