This Act regulates certain sales of land, it consists of 37 sections and is divided into four Parts. The objectives of the Act are: a) to facilitate property development in Queensland; b) to protect the interests of consumers in relation to property development; and c) to ensure that proposed allotments and proposed lots are clearly identified (sect. 2). Part 2 concerns the sale of proposed allotments and Part 3 the sale of proposed lots, including provisions on the identification of land, contractual requirements and trustee’s duties. Part 3A covers enforcement of the Act, in particular inspections, warrants, seizing procedure and compensation. Part 4 contains miscellaneous provisions, among others, on offences and penalties.
Implemented by: Land Sales Regulation 2000. (2013-11-29)
Authors and Publishers
Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel
Government of Queensland (Australia)
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