Amendment of management statement or development contract

Note  Any amendment to a management statement must be lodged within 2 months of the passing of the resolution making the amendment.

Amendments may be made in relation to the control, management, administration, use and enjoyment of the lots or association property. This amendment is lodged as a Amendment of Management Statement form 21CSM ( PDF 544 KB). Your attention is drawn to:

  • Registrar Generals Directions for Land dealings
  • Section 14 Community Land Management Act 1989
  • Section 39 Community Land Development Act 1989

Further to this the management statement is divided into five parts

Part 1 - By-laws fixing details of the development

These by-laws can only be amended or revoked by a unanimous resolution of the association.

Part 2 - Restricted association property

These by-laws can not be amended during the initial period unless by order of the Residential Tribunal. After expiry of the initial period they may be amended by:

  • a special resolution of the association
  • written consent of each proprietor of the lot receiving the benefit of the by-law must be supplied.

Part 3 - Mandatory matters

These by-laws may be amended or revoked at any time by a special resolution of the association.

Part 4 - Optional matters

These by-laws may be amended or revoked at any time by a special resolution of the association. Accessways and service works plans come within Part 4, Optional Matters. An amendment of an accessway or service works plan is made by amendment of the management statement. A replacement sheet must accompany the Request.

Part 5 - Public authority by-laws

These by-laws may only be amended by a special resolution of the association. In addition, a by-law inserted at the request of a public authority may specify that it cannot be amended or revoked without the consent of the authority.

Development contract

Amendments may be made by lodging a Amendment of Development Contract form 21CSD (PDF 609 KB). Your attention is drawn to:

  • Registrar Generals Directions for Land dealings
  • Section 16 Community Land Management Act 1989
  • Section 27 Community Land Development Act 1989