This By-law is the Sydney Opera House Trust By-law 2010.
This By-law commences on 1 September 2010 and is required to be published on the NSW legislation website.Note. This By-law replaces the Sydney Opera House Trust By-law 2005 which is repealed on 1 September 2010 by section 10 (2) of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1989.
(1) In this By-law:
auditorium means any part of the Opera House premises that is used as a chamber music hall, cinema, concert hall, drama theatre or opera theatre, and includes any other part of the Opera House premises (whether indoors or outdoors) while that part is being used for the conduct of a performance or event.
authorised officer means each of the following persons:(a) a police officer,(b) the Chief Executive Officer,(c) any person who is the holder for the time being of a position on the staff of the Trust that is designated by the Chief Executive Officer or the Trust as an authorised officer position (either generally or in relation to a particular provision or provisions of this By-law),(d) any person (including a member of staff of the Trust) authorised for the time being by the Chief Executive Officer or the Trust to exercise the functions of an authorised officer (either generally or in relation to a particular provision or provisions of this By-law).
Chief Executive Officer means the member of staff of the Trust for the time being holding or acting in the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Opera House.
Opera House premises means the whole of the land comprised in Lot 4, Deposited Plan 787933, and Lot 5, Deposited Plan 775888, and includes any building, work or fixture on that land.
parking includes standing and waiting.
public area means any part of the Opera House premises that comprises open space or that is used for the purposes of a foyer, walkway or other facility of a public nature.
restricted area means any part of the Opera House premises that is not a public area or an auditorium, and includes any area from which the public is excluded under clause 6.
the Act means the Sydney Opera House Trust Act 1961.
vehicle means a vehicle that is built to be propelled by a motor that forms part of the vehicle.(2) Notes included in this By-law do not form part of this By-law.