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9 .         Consolidation of lots

        (1)         Two or more lots may be consolidated into one lot by the registration of a plan under and in the manner provided by this Act as a strata/survey-strata plan of consolidation.

        (2)         The unit entitlement of a lot created by the consolidation of 2 or more lots shall be the sum of the unit entitlements of each of those lots.

        (3)         A strata/survey-strata plan of consolidation shall —

            (a)         where section 25(1) requires, be accompanied by a certificate of approval of the consolidation given by the Commission; and

            (b)         in the case of a consolidation of lots in a strata scheme, be accompanied by a certificate given by the local government certifying —

                  (i)         that the local government consents to the consolidation; and

                  (ii)         in a case where the proposed consolidation is exempt from the requirement of approval by the Commission, that the proposed consolidation is so exempt; and

                  (iii)         in a case where the Commission has granted approval subject to conditions under section 25, that the conditions attached to the approval of the Commission have been complied with;


            (c)         be accompanied by consent to the consolidation given in the prescribed manner by every person registered as proprietor of an interest in any lot proposed to be consolidated.

        (4)         Upon registration a strata/survey-strata plan of consolidation shall be deemed to be part of the strata/survey-strata plan as previously registered and the Registrar of Titles shall amend the strata/survey-strata plan and the schedule of unit entitlement accordingly in the prescribed manner.

        [Section 9 amended: No. 84 of 1994 s. 46; No. 58 of 1995 s. 15 and 95; No. 14 of 1996 s. 4.]

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