Sale of land for overdue rates

Auction Notice – Substituted Service on Property Owners

Council is giving an Auction Notice to a number of property owners by way of substituted service pursuant to Section 239 of the Local Government Act 2009 (Qld) ("Act") because Council does not know, or is uncertain about, the property owner's current address.

Council must:

  1. publish a notice that contains a summary of the Auction Notice in a newspaper that is circulating generally throughout the State and the Gazette
  2. publish a notice that contains a copy of the Auction Notice on Council's website
  3. address the notices to the person by name if Council knows the person's name.

Notice of Intention to Sell – Substituted Service on Property Owners

Council is giving Notice of Intention to Sell to a number of property owners by way of substituted service pursuant to Section 239 of the Local Government Act 2009 (Qld) because, despite having made reasonable enquiries and attempts to serve the notice on the owner, Council does not know, or is uncertain about, the property owner's current address.

Council must:

  1. publish a notice that contains a summary of the Notice of Intention to Sell in a newspaper that is circulating generally throughout the State and the Gazette
  2. publish a notice that contains a copy of the Notice of Intention to Sell on Council's website
  3. address the notices to the person by name if Council knows the person's name.

Sale of land for overdue rates – Substituted Service of Notice of Intention to Sell and Auction Notice

The Council has resolved to sell land, including the land described in Schedule below, because overdue rates and charges remained unpaid for period in excess of the period prescribed pursuant to section 140(1)(c) of the Local Government Regulation 2012.

The Council must give notice of its intention to sell and a copy of the Auction Notice to all interested parties, including the owners of the land.