(1)The equality principle for deciding contribution schedule lot entitlements for the lots included in a community titles scheme is the principle that the lot entitlements must be equal, except to the extent to which it is just and equitable in the circumstances for them not to be equal.
•a layered arrangement of community titles schemes, the lots of which have different uses (including, for example, car parking, commercial, hotel and residential uses) and different requirements for public access or maintenance
•a commercial community titles scheme in which the owner of 1 lot uses a larger volume of water or conducts a more dangerous or higher risk activity than the owners of the other lots
(2)The relativity principle for deciding contribution schedule lot entitlements for the lots included in a community titles scheme is the principle that the lot entitlements must clearly demonstrate the relationship between the lots by reference to 1 or more particular relevant factors.
(3)A relevant factor for subsection (2) may, and may only, be any of the following—
(a)how the community titles scheme is structured;
(b)the nature, features and characteristics of the lots;
(c)the purposes for which the lots are used;
(d)the impact the lots may have on the costs of maintaining the common property;
(e)the market values of the lots.