St. Thomas’ Church of England, North Sydney, Cemetery Act 1967 No 22
8 Sexton’s dwelling
(1) The Council may maintain the dwelling erected on the scheduled
land at the commencement of this Act, and may, from time to time, repair,
rebuild or replace it.
(2) The dwelling may, with the approval of the Council, be used as a
residence for a sexton, groundsman, or caretaker, of the scheduled land, upon
such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon from time to time between the
Council and the sexton, groundsman, or caretaker, as the case may
(3) So long as the land on which the dwelling is erected is so used
for the purposes of a residence for a sexton, groundsman, or caretaker, of the
scheduled land, the public shall not be entitled to enter upon or use it, or
any land which is within the curtilage of the dwelling and is bounded by a
substantial fence, as a public park.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections two and three of
this section, the Council may use the dwelling, and the land within the
curtilage of the dwelling and bounded by a substantial fence, for such other
purposes and subject to such terms and conditions as the Minister may approve
(5) A reference in this section to the dwelling erected on the
scheduled land at the commencement of this Act includes a reference to that
dwelling as repaired, rebuilt or replaced from time to time under the
provisions of this section.