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Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 – 22 March 2016

Body Corporate and Community Management Regulation 2008 – 1 July 2016

Body Corporate and Community Management (Standard Module) Regulation 2008 – 1 July 2015 – [A]

Body Corporate and Community Management (Accommodation Module) Regulation 2008 – 1 July 2015 – [B]

Body Corporate and Community Management (Commercial Module) Regulation 2008 – 1 July 2015 – [C]

Body Corporate and Community Management (Small Schemes Module) Regulation 2008 – 1 July 2016 – [D]

Body Corporate and Community Management (Specified Two-lot Schemes Module) Regulation 2011 – 1 July 2016 – [E]

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A community titles scheme consisting of 2 or more lots and common property may be established over freehold land.

  • Sections 9, 10, 13, 21, 24, 30, 31, 35, 46, 53, 60, 94, 150, 193, 195

Special information is to be given to the proposed buyer of an established lot or a lot intended to come into existence. Note: Options to purchase/sell may be covered by this rule pursuant to section 212B of the Act.

  • Sections 206, 212B, 213, 213AA

Within 2 months of becoming an owner of a lot, the applicable ‘module’ regulation may require written notice be given to the body corporate of the community titles scheme.

  • Regulations 193 [A]; 191 [B]; 149 [C]; 127 [D]; 64 [E]

The owner or occupier of a lot must comply with by-laws as specified in the community management statement or Schedule 4 of the Act.

  • Sections 168, 182, 183C, Schedule 4 of the Act

An application for external dispute resolution may be made to the Commissioner for body corporate and community management.

  • Sections 231, 238, 239
Reason for law

To  provide for flexible and Contemporary communally based arrangements for the use of freehold land. (Section 2)

Relevant links

Body Corporate [Queensland Government]

Forms and Publications

Search of adjudicator’s orders

Unit Owners Association of Queensland Inc

Strata Community Australia

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