(1) A development lot may be subdivided into lots, or into lots and common property, by the registration of a plan as a strata plan of subdivision.(2) A plan intended to be registered under this section as a strata plan of subdivision must include, as sheets of the plan:(a) a location plan, and(b) a floor plan, and(c) a schedule of unit entitlement.(3) The plan must be lodged with a separate document in the approved form that includes:(a) a strata certificate issued by the local council under section 37 or an accredited certifier under section 37A in the approved form, unless the plan is lodged by the Crown or a statutory body representing the Crown, and(b) a certificate given by a registered land surveyor in the approved form certifying that each applicable requirement of Schedule 1A has been met (but which need not certify any matter relating to a lot boundary that was certified in the strata plan or a previous strata plan of subdivision).
The document must also identify any encroachment by the building (whether or not on to a public place).(4) The schedule of unit entitlement must show as whole numbers:(a) the current unit entitlement of the development lot intended to be subdivided, and(b) apportioned on a market value basis and so as to total that unit entitlement, the proposed unit entitlement of each lot intended to be created on registration of the strata plan of subdivision.