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STRATA SCHEMES DEVELOPMENT ACT 2015 - SECT 113

Requirements for registration of plans to effect resumption

113 Requirements for registration of plans to effect resumption

(1) The Registrar-General must not register a plan that relates to a parcel and is lodged by a resuming authority to effect a resumption referred to in section 112 (1) unless:
(a) the notice of resumption complies with that subsection, and
(b) the plan includes a statement or otherwise indicates that registration of the plan is required to effect the resumption, and
(c) if the plan is lodged for registration as a current plan that relates to all the lots and all the common property in a strata scheme--it is accompanied by a certified or office copy of the minute of an order made under section 136 in relation to the resumption, and
(d) if the plan is lodged for registration as a current plan that does not relate solely to common property and is not a plan to which paragraph (c) applies--it is accompanied by a certified or office copy of the minute of an order made under section 115, 131 or 136, or an order dismissing the application for any such order, in relation to the resumption.
(2) Despite section 22, a plan that is intended to effect a resumption and is lodged for registration as a strata plan of subdivision may be registered if it is signed or sealed by or on behalf of the resuming authority.
(3) Despite section 195D (1) of the Conveyancing Act 1919 , a plan that is intended to effect a resumption and is lodged for registration as a current plan may be registered if it is signed or sealed by or on behalf of the resuming authority.



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