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.
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