Unit Titles Regulations 2011

Form 10 Certificate by body corporate: document signed on behalf of principal unit owner

Section 86(5), Unit Titles Act 2010

Unit plan: [reference number]

Body Corporate Number: [number]

Certificate

The body corporate certifies that—

1

It has served notice under section 86(1) of the Unit Titles Act 2010 on [full name], requiring that person to sign the document summarised below within the time specified in that notice. The document is necessary to give effect to the resolution passed by the body corporate on [date] (and confirmed by the High Court under section 215(4) of that Act)*.

*Omit the words in brackets if they do not apply.
2

Omit this paragraph if it does not apply.

The notice described in paragraph 1 relates to a document required to be signed to give effect to a designated resolution. That notice was not served until the time for making an objection under section 213 of the Unit Titles Act 2010 had passed and—

(a)

no objections were made; or

(b)

any objections that were made were—

(i)

withdrawn by the objecting party; or

(ii)

resolved by the High Court confirming the resolution.

3

Omit this paragraph if it does not apply.

The notice related to a resolution for which an application for relief has been made under section 210 of the Unit Titles Act 2010. The time for making such an application has passed, and any application that was made was—

(a)

withdrawn by the applicant; or

(b)

resolved by the High Court confirming the resolution.

4

[Full name] refused to sign the document referred to in the document schedule below or failed to sign the document within the specified time, and the document was signed by the body corporate on the person’s behalf under section 86(4) of the Unit Titles Act 2010.

Document to be executed

[Set out details of the document, including document type, parties’ names, affected units, or land and title reference.]

Date: [day, month, year]

Signature of body corporate:

Before me:

Full name of witness:

Address of witness:

Note

This certificate must be given to the Registrar when lodging the document for registration. It should not be lodged separately.