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Notice of entry under statutory easement

Version 1 - 21/08/2020

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Name of Form: Notice of entry under statutory easement

Type of Form: Not to be lodged at Landgate

When it’s used: To give notice of exercising a right of entry of a lot or common property under a statutory easement

Details of entries:

  • Scheme number: Enter the number shown on the scheme plan for the community titles scheme, so if the plan says scheme plan 12345 then the scheme number is 12345.
  • Notifier: Enter the name of the lot owner, lot owners or community corporation as relevant exercising the right of entry.
  • Select whichever option is applicable and either enter the:
    • lot number(s);
    • name of community corporation;
    • special lot number(s); or
    • name of community corporation for a community titles scheme in which all the lots in the scheme are special lots.
  • Date of entry: Enter the date that the nominated person/company will be entering the lot(s) or common property. The period of notice given must be at least:
    • for entry by community corporation – 7 days unless a shorter period is agreed to by the occupier of the lot(s); and
    • in any other case – 28 days unless a shorter period is agreed to by the occupier of the lot(s) or community corporation, as the case requires.
  • Statutory easement: Enter details of the easement (e.g. Easement for telephone cable).
  • Reason for entry: State the reason for entry (e.g. to repair the telephone cable)
  • Name of person/company entering: Enter the name of the person or the company who will be entering the lot(s) or common property on behalf of the Notifier.

Further requirements:

  • Insert date of execution.
  • The Notifier to sign the Notice.