private land definition

private land means lands other than Public Land and land owned or leased by the Commonwealth;
private land means any land that has been or may hereafter be alienated from the Crown for any estate of freehold, or is or may hereafter be the subject of any conditional purchase agreement, or of any lease or concession with or without a right of acquiring the fee simple thereof (not being a pastoral lease within the meaning of the Land Administration Act 1997 or a lease or concession otherwise granted by or on behalf of the Crown for grazing purposes only or for timber purposes or a lease of Crown land for the use and benefit of the Aboriginal inhabitants) but —
private land means any land which has been or may hereafter be alienated from the Crown for any estate of freehold, or is or may hereafter be the subject of any conditional purchase agreement, or of any lease or concession with or without the right of acquiring the fee simple thereof, other than —

Examples of private land in a sentence

  • Protecting Our Places: Introducing the National Priorities for Protecting Rare and Threatened Species on Private Land, Wellington: Ministry for the Environment.


More Definitions of private land

private land means land other than unallocated State land.
private land means land other than State land, including land leased from the State if the lessee of such land has exercised his or her option to purchase such land;
private land means land that is not owned by a governmental entity and includes acreage owned by Indian Tribes, as defined in this part.
private land means any land that —
private land means every place other than a public place;
private land means land that is not public land;
private land means land that is neither vacant Crown land nor local government land;