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Registrar of Titles’ Proposal on Creating Restrictive Covenants in Transfers and Restrictions in Plans

Registrar of Titles’ Proposal on Creating Restrictive Covenants in Transfers and Restrictions in Plans

By Property and Environmental Law Section

Conveyancing Real Property 

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In late 2016, Land Use Victoria released a consultation paper regarding the Registrar of Titles’ proposal to create restrictive covenants in transfers and restrictions in plans. The Law Institute of Victoria, with input from its Property Law Committee, made a submission to land Use Victoria to suggest that customers should be entitled to choose their preferred method to create covenants rather than being required to do so by way of memorandum of common provisions. 

Read the submission here (PDF).


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