This must be the same as shown on sheet 1 (Plan Form 6).
Deposited plan number and registration details
These panels are for 'Office Use Only' and must be left blank on plans lodged for registration.
NOTE: If the plan has a pre-allocated plan number or was pre-examined, the deposited plan number may be completed in font style Arial, Regular with a font size of 56.
Subdivision Certificate No.
Enter the subdivision number and date as shown in the Subdivision Certificate on sheet 1.
Name of development
A name may be provided for the development in this panel. It may be left blank if desired.
Address for Service of Notices
The panel must show an address for service of documents on the Association Property. The address should be an Australian postal address including a postcode (the address may differ from the location of the scheme).
Warning Statement (Approved Form 7)
Information regarding the Warning Statement can be found under ‘Approved Forms’
Update Note (Approved Form 8)
Information regarding the Updated Notice to Schedule of Unit Entitlement can be found under ‘Approved Forms’
Valuer’s Certificate (Approved Form 9)
Information regarding the Valuers Certificate can be found under ‘Approved Forms’.
Schedule of unit entitlement
If there is insufficient space in this panel (sheet 2, Plan form 6D) for the below information, it may be included in the Annexure Panel of Plan form 6A.
The schedule of unit entitlements must be provided in this panel and clearly labelled:
“INITIAL SCHEDULE OF UNIT ENTITLEMENTS”
The schedule must contain 3 columns as follows:
The first column must be headed ‘LOT’ and must list in numerical order the lots in the plan
The second column must be headed ‘UNIT ENTITLEMENT’ and show adjacent to each development lot or neighbourhood lot
Lot 1 must show, Community Property, Precinct Property or Neighbourhood Property as the case requires
Any lot which is to be dedicated as public or drainage reserve must show Public Reserve or Drainage Reserve as the case requires
All other lots must show the value of the unit entitlement for that lot as a whole number.
The third column must be headed subdivision and provides space to indicate the details of the subdivisions as they occur.
The final row must show the aggregate of the unit entitlements.
Example of completed Schedule of unit entitlements:
Enter the surveyor’s reference as on sheet 1.
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