Review of property law in Queensland
The Commercial and Property Law Research Centre of the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is undertaking a review of Queensland’s property laws for the Queensland Government. The review includes an examination of issues arising under legislation governing ownership, use and dealings in real property in Queensland including the Property Law Act 1974 and the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 and other community titles legislation.
Due to the breadth and complexity of property law in Queensland, the review is being conducted in stages.
Past consultation activities
Public consultation is an important part of the review. To inform the review, the following consultation papers have been previously released for public consultation:
- Queensland Government Property Law Review Issues Paper 1 Seller Disclosure in Queensland
- Queensland Government Property Law Review Issues Paper 2 Lot entitlements under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997
- Queensland Government Property Law Review Options Paper Body corporate governance issues: By‐laws, debt recovery and scheme termination
- Property Law Review Issues Paper Procedural issues under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997
Current consultation activities
There are no consultation activities currently open. Please continue to monitor this website for updates about future consultation processes.
Privacy statement for submissions
Any personal information you include in your submission will be collected by the Department of Justice and Attorney‐General (the Department) and the Queensland University of Technology for the purpose of undertaking the review of Queensland’s property laws. The Department or the Queensland University of Technology may contact you for further consultation regarding the review. Your submissions may also be released to other government agencies as part of the consultation process.
Submissions provided to the Department and the Queensland University of Technology in relation to papers will be treated as public documents. This means that they may be published on the Department’s website, together with the name and suburb of each person or entity making a submission. If you would like your submission, or any part of it, to be treated as confidential, please indicate this clearly in the submission. However, please note that all submissions may be subject to disclosure under the Right to Information Act 2009, and access applications for submissions, including those marked confidential, will be determined in accordance with that Act.
Submissions (or information about their content) may also be provided in due course to a parliamentary committee that considers any legislation resulting from this review.