The owners corporation must prepare and maintain a strata roll in accordance with this Division.
Maximum penalty: 5 penalty units.
(1) The strata roll must be kept in a form that contains entries for each lot and entries for the common property and the strata scheme in general.(2) The information required to be entered in the strata roll may be recorded or stored by mechanical, electronic or other means.
(1) There must be recorded in the strata roll in relation to a particular lot:(a) the owner’s name and an Australian address for service of notices or the name of the owner’s agent appointed in accordance with Part 3 of Chapter 4 and the agent’s Australian address for service of notices, and(b) information provided under section 118 or obtained from the Register in connection with the lot, and(c) information provided under section 119.(2) There must be recorded in the strata roll in relation to the common property and the strata scheme in general the following:(a) the strata plan number and the address of the strata scheme building,(b) the names of the original owner and any strata managing agent of the owners corporation and their Australian addresses for service of notices,(c) the total unit entitlement of the scheme and the unit entitlement of each lot,(d) particulars of insurance taken out by the owners corporation, including the following:
the name of the insurance company
the number of the insurance policy
the nature of the risk insured
the amount of the insurance
the due date for payment of the premium
the date on which the premium was last paid(e) the by-laws for the time being in force for the strata scheme.
(1) The owners corporation may make or amend the entries in the strata roll on the basis of information contained in the Register or provided under section 118 (to the extent that information so provided is not inconsistent with information contained in the Register).(2) Information provided under section 118 may be presumed to be consistent with information contained in the Register until the contrary is evident.