Application for Removal of Caveats from Indigenous Grant-funded Property

 

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This form applies to properties funded by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) and its predecessor organisations

Important Notes: All organisations must provide a copy of their Board resolution, in line with their Constitution, to apply for caveat removal for all properties listed in the application. The Commonwealth cannot lift caveats when there is another interest in the property, for example where a liquidator has taken control of the organisation.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png pdf doc.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png pdf doc.
Please list each property on a separate line

Once you have completed adding properties and addresses, please read the information below and scroll to the end of the document to complete the Declaration. Please submit the form using the ‘Submit’ button located at the end of this form. Alternatively, you can email the completed form with an attached list of properties and addresses, the Board resolution and any other relevant documents to CthRightsandInterests@pmc.gov.au.

We will contact you with advice on the progress of your application within 14 days of receiving this form. This might include asking you for more information to support your application.

The Department is bound by the standards, rights and obligations for handling personal information in the Privacy Act 1988. The information you provide is solely for the purpose of the caveat removal process. The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Privacy Policy contains information about how you can access your personal information, seek correction or make a complaint about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles. If you have questions about the Privacy Policy you can contact the Department’s Privacy Officer at privacy@pmc.gov.au

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