What is a body corporate?

A body corporate is a legal entity that is created when land is subdivided, and the common property has been created because of the newly created plan of subdivision. Any person (and all other owners) who owns a property within that plan of subdivision is automatically a member of the body corporate.

The body corporate as an entity exists to facilitate the management of the common property.

In Victoria, the term ‘body corporate’ was replaced with Owners Corporation when the Owners Corporations Act 2006 came into effect on 1 January 2007.

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