The original lot is subdivided into lots and common property.
The plan of subdivision could be a standard format, building format or volumetric format plan.
The scheme land consists of lots 1 to 6 and the common property.
A community management statement must accompany the plan of subdivision when the plan is lodged for registration.
Lots 1 and 2 in scheme A are subdivided by further plans of subdivision to create basic schemes B and C.
Accordingly, lots 1 and 2 in scheme A are themselves community titles schemes.
(The following notes are directed at illustrating the use of the bolded expressions.)
For the more complex layered arrangement of community titles schemes illustrated in this part—
•scheme A is the principal scheme because it is not a lot included in another community titles scheme
•scheme B is both a subsidiary scheme for scheme A and a lot included in scheme A, and includes 3 lots, 2 of which are community titles schemes (schemes C and D)
•schemes C and D are both basic schemes because none of the lots included in either scheme is another community titles scheme
•schemes C and D are also subsidiary schemes for both schemes A and B. However, neither scheme C nor scheme D is a lot included in scheme A, but each scheme is a lot included in scheme B
•scheme land for scheme D consists of lot 1, lot 2 and the common property for scheme D
•scheme land for scheme C consists of lot 1, lot 2 and the common property for scheme C
•scheme land for scheme B consists of lot 2, the common property for scheme B, the scheme land for scheme C and the scheme land for scheme D
•scheme land for scheme A consists of lot 1, lot 3, the common property for scheme A, and the scheme land for scheme B.
There is only 1 body corporate for a community titles scheme.
All the owners of lots included in the scheme are members of the body corporate.