(1) A body corporate must keep and maintain a register of all owners of principal units and accessory units on the unit plan in accordance with the regulations.
(2) The owner of a principal unit must notify the body corporate in writing of any changes to the information held in the register that relates to his or her unit.
(3) Despite anything in this Act, where the owner of a principal unit transfers his or her unit to any other person, until the body corporate is notified in writing of the transfer,—
(a) that owner of the principal unit remains liable to the body corporate for all contributions levied by the body corporate under section 121 for his or her unit:
(b) the transferee is only entitled to exercise the voting rights for the unit at a general meeting with the consent of the other owners of principal units who are present at the meeting.
(4) Nothing in subsection (3)(a) restricts the right of the owner of the principal unit to recover any amounts from a transferee that the owner has paid in respect of contributions levied by the body corporate.
Compare: 1972 No 15 s 54