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STRATA SCHEMES DEVELOPMENT ACT 2015 - SECT 197

Application of Act to electronic form plans and other documents

197 Application of Act to electronic form plans and other documents

(1) This section applies to:
(a) a plan lodged for the purposes of this Act, and
(b) another document, other than a certificate of title or an office copy of a court order, that:
(i) is required under this Act or another Act to be lodged with the plan, or
(ii) is of a class prescribed by the regulations as a document that may be lodged in electronic form.
(2) A reference in this Act:
(a) to a plan or another document includes a reference to an electronic data file containing a plan or another document in an electronic form, and
(b) to the lodging of a plan or another document includes a reference to the electronic lodging of a plan or another document in an electronic form approved by the Registrar-General.
(3) If a plan is lodged electronically, any other document that is required to be lodged with the plan must also be lodged electronically in an electronic form approved by the Registrar-General, other than:
(a) a certificate of title or an office copy of a court order, and
(b) another document excepted from this requirement by the regulations under this Act or another Act or by the Registrar-General.
(4) A signature, seal, certificate, consent or other approval required to authenticate, or to authorise the registration or recording of, a plan proposed to be lodged in electronic form must be endorsed on an administration sheet.
(5) When a plan referred to in subsection (4) is lodged, the administration sheet must also be lodged electronically in an electronic form approved by the Registrar-General.
(6) This Act applies in relation to plans and other documents lodged in electronic form in the same way as it applies to other plans and documents, subject to any modifications prescribed by the regulations, the Conveyancing Act 1919 , the Real Property Act 1900 or the regulations under those Acts.



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