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21Q .         Resolution by strata company

        (1)         A strata company for a strata scheme may, in the prescribed form, resolve that the strata plan be amended in one or more of the following ways —

            (a)         to reflect any extension or alteration of a building shown on the plan;

            (b)         to include a building not shown on the plan;

            (c)         to merge land that is common property into a lot.

        (2)         A resolution is effective for the purposes of subsection (1) only if it is —

            (a)         a resolution without dissent or, in the case of a two-lot scheme, a unanimous resolution; or

            (b)         in the case of a two-lot scheme, a resolution declared by an order under section 103C to be deemed to have been duly passed as a unanimous resolution; or

            (c)         a resolution passed by the strata company and ordered under section 103M to be treated as a resolution without dissent.

        (3)         A resolution cannot be passed under subsection (1) that would, on registration under section 21X of a notice of resolution, increase the number of lots in the scheme.

        (4)         A resolution cannot be passed under subsection (1)(c) unless it specifies the horizontal boundaries of the land that is to be merged into a lot.

        [Section 21Q inserted by No. 61 of 1996 s. 16; amended by No. 55 of 2004 s. 1157.]

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