Community Title divisions involve the division of land into land parcels (lots) and Common Property. Each lot has its own Certificate of Title and can therefore be bought and sold separately, just as with Torrens Title allotments. The Community Title scheme though has areas of Common Property, which can be used for common areas (such as shared driveways, or recreation space) or associated with the provision of common service infrastructure to the various lots (e.g. water, electricity, gas and sewer services). The boundaries for each lot in a Community Division are defined by dimensions (bearings and distances) just as allotment boundaries are defined in Torrens Title divisions. Besides residential development, there are many other examples where a Community Division can be used – including for commercial and industrial premises, agricultural, viticultural and horticultural land, and many others. Some of these developments may be large estates with a large number of lots. We will be very happy to assist you with your Community Division.