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Resources for strata sellers

Selling a property that forms part of a strata titles scheme comes with a series of disclosure obligations to ensure buyers are well informed before the purchase proceeds. Use this page to access fact sheets and FAQs for strata sellers.

Key information

  • WA strata law details a list of information the seller must provide to a prospective buyer before the buyer signs a contract for sale and purchase of a strata titled lot.
  • This information - the seller’s duty of disclosure - covers important details on the strata titles scheme, along with the specific lot being sold.
  • Failure by the seller to disclose all information required by law may mean the buyer can avoid the contract.
  • These obligations include a requirement of the seller to notify the buyer in writing if certain changes occur after the initial disclosure of information. These are called notifiable variations.

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