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ROADS ACT 1993 - SECT 21

Decision on proposed boundaries

21 Decision on proposed boundaries

(1) After considering any submissions that have been duly made with respect to the proposed boundaries, the roads authority may approve the survey plan, either with or without alteration.
(2) The roads authority must lodge the survey plan with the Registrar-General for registration and, on registration, the boundaries identified by the survey plan become the boundaries of the public road.
(3) As soon as practicable after the survey plan is registered, the roads authority:
(a) must cause a notice of the effect of the survey plan with respect to the boundaries of any land to be served on the owner of the land, and
(b) must lodge a copy of the survey plan with the Valuer-General and, if the authority is not a council, with the council concerned.
(4) No compensation is payable to any person with respect to any loss or damage arising from the operation of this section.

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