Unit Titles (Strengthening Body Corporate Governance and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill is a response to a recent examination of the Unit Titles Act 2010 and includes amendments to improve the information disclosure regime to prospective buyers of units, to strengthen the governance arrangements in relation to a body corporate, to increase the professionalism and standards of body corporate managers, and to ensure that planning and funding of long-term maintenance projects is adequate.

Current status

Previously before the Finance and Expenditure Committee, awaiting second reading

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Bill type

Member's bill

All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 53
Ref 306-2
Introduced 2 July 2020
First reading 10 March 2021
Select Committee Finance and Expenditure Committee
Public submissions due 29 April 2021
Select Committee report back 3 December 2021
Divided No

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