(1) A community association or precinct association may add to its association property by registering under the Real Property Act 1900 a lease to it of land that is not part of, but is contiguous to, the community parcel or precinct parcel.(2) The Registrar-General may refuse to register a lease under this section unless Schedule 9 is complied with.(3) A community association or precinct association may surrender a lease accepted by it under this section if:(a) it so decides by a unanimous resolution, and(b) the lessor consents.(4) In relation to a lease under this section, such recordings may be made in the Register as the Registrar-General thinks fit.(5) In this section:
land means land under the Real Property Act 1900 other than:(a) the land in a qualified or limited folio, and(b) a perpetual lease from the Crown.(c) (Repealed)
lease includes:(a) a sublease, and(b) a leasehold estate or interest acquired by transfer.