Strata Title Information and Frequently asked Questions

A Strata Scheme is a development which divides a property into lots and common property. The common property is managed by the Body Corporate which is all the lot owners acting as a single body.

In this Topic

  • Strata Title FAQs
    Common questions and answers.
  • Strata Living in Tasmania
    An overview of current strata title laws in Tasmania covering the body corporate, common property, unit entitlements, insurance, and the dispute resolution process.
  • Body Corporate
    An explanation of how to activate a body corporate and the ongoing role and responsibilities of the body corporate.
  • Insurance
    An outline of the requirements of strata insurance which is generally the responsibility of the body corporate.
  • By-Laws
    An overview of what by-laws cover, which by-laws relate to a body corporate and to whom they apply.
  • Strata Scheme Forms
    The Land Titles Office has prepared a range of strata scheme forms for miscellaneous dealings under the Strata Titles Act 1998.
  • Making an Application for Relief (in a Strata Scheme)
    An application for relief may be made by any party who has an interest in a strata scheme.
  • Making an Appeal Under Part 10 of the Strata Titles Act 1998
    Appealing an Order by the Recorder of Titles made under Part 9 of the Strata Titles Act 1998.