The Registrar General's Directions for Community Schemes are an initiative of Land and Property Information (LPI). Their intention is to establish LPI requirements for community scheme plans and thereby reduce delays by minimising the raising of requisitions on documents lodged for registration. They set out information needed by surveyors, solicitors and others in the preparation of community scheme plans (including Community, Precinct and Neighbourhood plans) and associated instruments.
What is a community scheme?
All community schemes are depicted in community plans. The community plan is a subdivision of a parcel of Real Property land into three or more separate lots. The lot numbered 1 is association property. The association property is similar to common property in a strata scheme and is owned by an association comprising the registered proprietors or each of the other lots.
For the purpose of this explanation community schemes include schemes based on community plans, precinct plans and neighbourhood plans.
With regard to community schemes in LPI, the relevant legislation includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Community Land Development Act 1989
- Community Land Development Regulation 2007
Other legislation which is relevant to community schemes but not necessarily to LPI is:
- Community Land Management Act 1989
- Community Land Management Regulation 2000.
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