The Company Title (Home Units) Act 2013 commenced on 1 October 2013. A property covered by a company title does not have an OC. Instead all of the property is owned by a company title corporation and residents purchase shares in the company that entitle them to exclusive use and occupation of a dwelling. The new Act enable some types of Company title disputes to be heard by VCAT rather than needing to be pursued in the higher courts.
Company Title (Home Units) Act 2013
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