Conveyancing Act 1919 No 6
Current version for 20 May 2014 to date (accessed 25 November 2014 at 04:37)
Part 1Section 7A

7A   Current plan

(1)  In this Act, current plan means a Crown plan or a registered plan, but does not include so much of a Crown plan or registered plan as is taken not to form part of a current plan because of subsection (2), (3) or (4).
(2)  So much of a Crown plan or registered plan as merely identifies:
(a)  land that is proposed to be acquired, by agreement or compulsory process, under a provision of an Act (including a Commonwealth Act) that authorises the acquisition of the land by compulsory process, or
(b)  the residue of land of which part is proposed to be so acquired,
is taken not to form part of a current plan until such time as the land is so acquired.
(3)  So much of a Crown plan or registered plan as merely identifies:
(a)  land that is, or is proposed to be, leased (otherwise than for a period that, including the period of any option to renew, exceeds 5 years), or
(b)  land the subject of a plan of subdivision for lease purposes (within the meaning of Division 3B or 3C of Part 2), or
(c)  land the subject of a special purpose lease within the meaning of Division 3A of Part 4 of the Crown Lands Act 1989 or Part 9E of the Western Lands Act 1901,
is taken not to form part of a current plan.
(4)  So much of a Crown plan or registered plan as relates to land the subject of a later current plan (that is, a current plan that was filed or lodged at the office of the Registrar-General after the Crown plan or registered plan was so lodged) is taken not to form part of a current plan.
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