Commissioner of Main Roads definition

Commissioner of Main Roads means the Commissioner of Main Roads appointed under the Main Roads Act 1930;
Commissioner of Main Roads means the person for the time being appointed Commissioner of Main Roads under the Main Roads Act 1930;
Commissioner of Main Roads means Commissioner of Main Roads holding office under the Main Roads Act 1930;

Examples of Commissioner of Main Roads in a sentence

The local government is to send to the Commissioner of Main Roads appointed under the Main Roads Act 1930 a copy of the contents of the notice required by subsection (4)(a).

Notwithstanding the foregoing, and in lieu thereof, on construction or maintenance work carried out by the Commissioner of Main Roads or branches of the Building Management Authority (other than the Architectural Division), workers under this award shall be allowed the same conditions as are prescribed by award or agreement for the majority of employees of the industry in which they are employed.

The Commissioner of Main Roads, the Public Transport Authority, the local government, the person or the entity responsible for the stretch of road.

The Commissioner of Main Roads, the Public Transport Authority, the local government, the person or the entity responsible for the stretch of road or railway.

In this section, the term local government includes the Commissioner of Main Roads, where the section applies to any part of the Metropolitan Traffic Area, within the meaning of the Road Traffic Act 1974.

In the event that the Company’s operations require the use of a public road which is inadequate for the purpose, or result in excessive damage or deterioration of any public road (other than fair wear and tear) the Company shall pay to the State or Local Authority concerned (except where and to the extent that the Commissioner of Main Roads or Local Authority agrees to bear the whole or part of the cost involved) the total cost of any upgrading required or of making good the damage or deterioration.

An application for the variation of a modification of a mass or dimension requirement must be in a form approved by the Commissioner of Main Roads.

The Commissioner of Main Roads may, by order published in the Gazette or on the Main Roads WA website, vary a modification of an access approval given by order if circumstances have changed since the order was made or varied.

The Commissioner of Main Roads may, by notice in writing given to the person to whom a permit was issued, vary a modification of a mass or dimension requirement made by the permit if circumstances have changed since the permit was issued or varied.

An application for the variation of an access approval must be in a form approved by the Commissioner of Main Roads.


More Definitions of Commissioner of Main Roads

Commissioner of Main Roads means the Commissioner of Main Roads appointed under theMain Roads Act 1930 ;
Commissioner of Main Roads means the person appointed under section 7 of the Main Roads Act 1930 to be the Commissioner of Main Roads;
Commissioner of Main Roads means the body corporate under section 9 of the Main Roads Act 1930 (WA).

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