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This Act makes provision for matters of partition in the relation with the development of land.It defines sectional ownership of immovable property and provides rules relative to common ownership. Development schemes shall be approved by the Director of Surveys and Mapping. The Act further provides for, among other things, formation of associations that shall govern a development scheme and common property, registration of rights and exclusive use of common properties and servitudes.

Implemented by: Sectional Titles Regulations (Chapter 33:04). (2013-12-31)
Implemented by: Sectional Titles (Management) Rules (Chapter 33:04). (2013-12-31)
Implemented by: Sectional Titles (Conduct) Rules (Chapter 33:04). (2013-12-31)

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