Unit Titles Regulations 2011

Form 33 Certificate by body corporate: designated resolution procedure

Section 216(1), Unit Titles Act 2010

Unit plan: [reference number]

Body Corporate Number: [number]

Supplementary record sheet: [number]


The body corporate certifies that—


The designated resolution of the body corporate relating to [specify relevant process and section(s), for example, a subdivision of a principal unit under section 20 of the Unit Titles Act 2010 or the granting of an easement over common property under section 62 of that Act] has been passed.


Every person required to be served with a notice of designated resolution has been served.


For this paragraph select the statement that applies.

No objection has been made.


An objection was made but the person making the objection did not file the objection in court within the time prescribed by section 214(2) of the Unit Titles Act 2010.


An objection was made but the appropriate decision-maker confirmed the resolution or confirmed the resolution subject to terms and conditions.


[Provide any additional certification required (see sections 30(8), 56(5), 62(6), 69(6), and 177(6) of the Unit Titles Act 2010).]

Date: [day, month, year]

Signature of body corporate:

Before me:

Full name of witness:

Address of witness:


This certificate must only be lodged with the Registrar together with a required document. It should not be lodged separately.

If a matter involves more than 1 designated resolution, the body corporate must complete a certificate in relation to each designated resolution.

Schedule 2 form 33: amended, on 30 May 2017, by regulation 9(2) of the Unit Titles Amendment Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/97).

Rebecca Kitteridge,
Clerk of the Executive Council.