澳洲Australia property Strata Title - Parking Space | Sydney


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Hi All,

I inspected a strata-title (a block of 6 units) with the carport parking for only 4 cars.

I read the Section 32 and couldn't find any information about the carspace for the unit that is currently on sale.

I'm not sure how to check this kind of information (whether my unit has one carspace) legally?
Theoretically, 6 units should have 6 carspace(s).

Has anyone experience this before and would like to share?
(because I'm really interested with this property).

Thanks.  

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Is it an old unit? Sometimes the car parks are owners corporation property and therefore you do not get an allocated space.  

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Aaron_C said: ↑
Is it an old unit? Sometimes the car parks are owners corporation property and therefore you do not get an allocated space.Click to expand...
Yes, it is. I think it's built in 1960's.
If I don't get the allocated space, so what is the purpose of remaining 4 free carspaces then? (just a question).

Is it something that must be written in title? If yes, how do I check this?
Thanks.  

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I owned a unit in a strata complex that I use to manage as well. It would have been been built circa 1960s. There where less spots than units and it worked on a first come first get basis. Admittedly there was an assumption on who parked where but no real way of enforcing it when some one else parked "in your spot". I dare say the same culture will prevail in your case.  

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it will be specified in the plan of subdivision if you actually 'own' the car space or if it's owner corp property...  

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Aaron_C said: ↑
it will be specified in the plan of subdivision if you actually 'own' the car space or if it's owner corp property...Click to expand...
Thanks Colin & Aaron.

So, thus it means if it's owner corp property, then I can use the carpark (as Colin mention earlier, whoever park it first, got the parking space)?  

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Yes that's right.

To check look at two things:
1) What is your 'lot number' on the title? Let's just say you are lot 1.
2) Go to the Plan of Subdivision and look for where '1' is indicated on the drawings/plans. One of them should be your apartment. Then look at the car space area on the map, and see if the car park area has a '1' there where the spaces are. If not, and it just says 'COMMON PROPERTY' - then you do not have an allocated car space.  

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Aaron_C said: ↑
Yes that's right.

To check look at two things:
1) What is your 'lot number' on the title? Let's just say you are lot 1.
2) Go to the Plan of Subdivision and look for where '1' is indicated on the drawings/plans. One of them should be your apartment. Then look at the car space area on the map, and see if the car park area has a '1' there where the spaces are. If not, and it just says 'COMMON PROPERTY' - then you do not have an allocated car space.Click to expand...
Thanks Aaron.
Is there any way to check this information online?  

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No you must get the vendor statement.  

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