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FEATURED RETIREMENT VILLAGES
Pebble Beach Freehold Retirement Community

Pebble Beach Freehold Retirement Community
Sandstone Point QLD

IRT Woodlands

IRT Woodlands
Meridan Plains QLD

The Clayfield

The Clayfield
Albion QLD

 

Retirement Villages in Queensland (QLD): Registration

The regulation of retirement villages in Queensland (QLD) is the responsibility of the Queensland State Government. The retirement villages laws comprise the Retirement Villages Act 1999 (the Act) and the Retirement Villages Regulation 2010 (the Regulations).

Retirement village schemes must be registered before the scheme operator can operate the scheme or induce or invite people to participate in it, although they may merely invite expressions of interest in the scheme (section 34).

A register of retirement village schemes must be kept, which must include:

  • the registration certificate
  • the public information documents and any notices about inaccuracies in those documents
  • various particulars of the scheme
  • annual financial statements of the scheme.

For a fee, the register may be inspected and extracts or copies may be taken (section 35).

There is a procedure for inaccuracies in the public information documents to be notified, disclosed and rectified and for notice to be given to anyone who is likely to be materially affected (section 36).

More Information?

For general information about retirement villages, please see our Retirement Villages Guide.

For additional specific information about retirement villages in Queensland, please see the following pages:

  1. Introduction and Overview

  2. Registration

  3. Disclosure of Information

  4. Legal Documentation and Cooling-Off

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