(1) A notice of the owners corporation's intention to dispose of abandoned goods must be in writing and include—
(a) the plan number and address of the owners corporation; and
(b) a description of the goods; and
(c) an address at which the goods may be collected; and
(d) a statement that on or after a specified date the goods will be disposed of by the owners corporation unless the goods are collected; and
(e) a statement that the owners corporation will retain from the proceeds of sale of the goods an amount not exceeding the cost to dispose of the goods.
(2) A notice of intention may be given to the person who abandoned the goods personally or left at, or sent by post to, the person's last known address.
(3) A notice to a person with a publicly registered interest in the abandoned goods is taken to have been given if it has been sent by post to the person's address in the register in which the interest is registered.
(4) In this section, "publicly registered interest" has the same meaning as in the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012 .
S. 53C inserted by No. 4/2021 s. 29.