Strata Schemes (Freehold Development) Act 1973 No 68
53 Consequences of making an order under section 50 or
(1) Except as provided in section 48 (2), upon receipt of a certified
or office copy of the minute of an order made under section 50 or 51, the
Registrar-General shall make appropriate recordings in the Register (including
orders relating to amendments of any strata development contract or, in the
case of an order under section 51, orders relating to cancellation of a strata
development contract) to give effect to the order.
(1A) If the certificate of approval of a strata plan given under
section 37 for a strata scheme terminated under section 51 includes approval
of a dedication to widen a public road, the Registrar-General:
(a) may require a certified or office copy lodged under subsection (1)
to be accompanied by a plan defining the residue of the original parcel after
the road widening for registration as a current plan, and
(b) may refuse to make recordings under subsection (2) until the
requirement has been complied with.
(2) Where, by reason of his receipt of a certified or office copy of
the minute of an order made under section 51, the Registrar-General is
required by subsection (1) to make recordings in the Register, he
(a) cancel the folios of the Register which evidence title to the lots
and common property the subject of the former strata scheme,
(b) create a folio of the Register for the estate or interest in the
former parcel, being the estate or interest vested in the body corporate upon
the order taking effect.