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STRATA SCHEMES DEVELOPMENT ACT 2015 - SECT 142

Application to Registrar-General for termination of strata scheme

142 Application to Registrar-General for termination of strata scheme

(1) A person may apply to the Registrar-General for termination of a strata scheme, unless the scheme relates to a parcel that is subject to a strata development contract.
(2) Unless the Registrar-General otherwise agrees, the applicant must, at least 14 days before the application is made, publish details of the proposed termination, and a statement of intention to make the application:
(a) in a daily newspaper circulating generally in the State, and
(b) in a local newspaper circulating generally in the area in which the parcel is situated.
(3) Unless the Registrar-General otherwise agrees, the application must be signed by all of the following:
(a) each owner of a lot in the scheme,
(b) if the scheme is a leasehold strata scheme--the lessor of the scheme,
(c) each registered lessee of a lot in the scheme,
(d) each registered mortgagee, chargee and covenant chargee of a lot or of a registered lease of a lot or of the common property, if any, in the scheme.
(4) Also, the application must be signed by the planning authority, if any, for subdivision of the land to which it relates.
(5) The application must be accompanied by:
(a) the certificates of title for all the lots and common property in the scheme, unless the Registrar-General otherwise agrees, and
(b) the other documents, consents and evidence the Registrar-General requires, and
(c) if required by the Registrar-General, a plan for the parcel acceptable for registration as a deposited plan and signed or consented to as required by Division 3 of Part 23 of the Conveyancing Act 1919 .



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