Definition of strata title in English:

strata title

noun

Australian
  • The registered ownership of layers of air space (rather than ground area) in a multistorey building.

    ‘the real estate company bought the strata titles of the two larger offices’
    as modifier ‘strata title units’
    • ‘The question of insurance arrangements for strata title properties had been raised frequently.’
    • ‘One of the biggest concerns people had had about strata titles was that in many cases they did not individually own the building they occupied.’
    • ‘Several free seminars on strata title were currently being held in Perth and major country centres.’
    • ‘They now have a controlling interest in the property, amalgamating various strata titles and also owning some suites.’
    • ‘Attracting the most spirited bidding at the auction were five smaller strata title retail units.’
    • ‘If you're in an area where the National Broadband Network has already rolled out but you live in a unit block or other strata title building, getting connected can prove tricky.’
    • ‘Strata title office buildings are still considered unattractive by most large occupiers and corporate tenants.’
    • ‘They demolished a partly built concrete structure that had sat derelict for years, after failed attempts to build a private members' club and a strata-title office building.’
    • ‘Made of solid brick, this strata title unit offers parking for one car and is close to schools, parks and transport.’
    • ‘Strata title ownership in old blocks means redevelopment is nearly impossible and thus buildings continue to deteriorate.’