Unit Titles Act 2010 Setting of Fees
In March 2011, Cabinet agreed the level of fees to access the dispute resolution service for unit title disputes. The service is to be provided by the Department of Building and Housing and the Ministry of Justice's Tenancy Tribunal.
The Department prepared a regulatory impact statement (RIS) to support the consideration of the new fees proposals, which accompanied the paper that Cabinet used to make its decisions. A RIS provides a summary of the problem being addressed, the regulatory options and their associated costs and benefits.
You can read the RIS and the Cabinet paper considered by Ministers here.
Cabinet also agreed that comprehensive advice, information and education services will be provided to the unit titles sector.
The aim of our advice, information and education services are to reduce disputes arising in the first place and to provide accessible tools for people to resolve disputes themselves, without the need for more costly intervention.
Further advice, education and information services are available in the Unit Title developement section of the website. You can also subscribe to receive email updates.