(1) A roads authority may refer to the Director-General for inquiry and report any matter that has arisen in connection with:(a) the opening or proposed opening of a road under this Act, or(b) the closure or proposed closure of a road under this Act, or(c) the exercise or proposed exercise of any function conferred on a person by or under Part 2, 3, 4, 10 or 12 in relation to a road or proposed road or in relation to land that is included in a former road that has been closed under this Act.(2) As soon as practicable after receiving a reference under this section, the Director-General:(a) must hold an inquiry into the matter that is the subject of the reference, and(b) must prepare a report of the Director-General’s findings with respect to the matter, and(c) must submit that report to the roads authority.(3) No appeal lies from any matter arising out of a report made under this section.(4) This section does not apply to a matter in respect of which the Land and Environment Court has jurisdiction under this Act.(5) In this section:
Director-General has the same meaning as in the Crown Lands Act 1989.