Examples of Roads Act in a sentence
Note: Clause 20 of the Roads (General) Regulation 2000 prohibits excavation in the vicinity of roads as follows: “Excavations adjacent to road - A person must not excavate land in the vicinity of a road if the excavation is capable of causing damage to the road (such as by way of subsidence) or to any work or structure on the road.” Separate approval is required under the Roads Act 1993 for any underpinning, shoring, soil anchoring (temporary)) or the like within or under any road.
Note: Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993 provides that a person must not:(a) erect a structure or carry out a work in, on or over a public road, or(b) dig up or disturb the surface of a public road, or(c) remove or interfere with a structure, work or tree on a public road, or(d) pump water into a public road from any land adjoining the road, or(e) connect a road (whether public or private) to a classified road, otherwise than with the consent of the appropriate roads authority.
Changes required under Roads Act 1993 approvals may necessitate design and levels changes under this consent.
This condition does not apply to the extent that a permit or approval exists under the section 73 of the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999, section 138 of the Roads Act 1993 or section 94 of the Local Government Act 1993 except that at all time compliance is required with: a.
Access levels and grades must comply with access levels and grade required by Council under the Roads Act 1993.
Relevant approvals must be obtained under the provisions of Section 138 of the Roads Act, 1993 for any works on public roads which are not the subject of this consent.
General compliance with the Council’s draft Development Control Plan Stormwater Drainage Management (Draft Version 1.1, Public Exhibition Copy dated 14/12/2006)Where any new Stormwater Drainage System crosses the footpath area within any road, separate approval under section 138 of the Roads Act 1993 must be obtained from Council for those works prior to the issue of any Construction Certificate.
Note: To ensure that this work is completed to Council’s satisfaction, this consent by separate condition, may impose one or more Infrastructure Works Bonds.Note: Road has the same meaning as in the Roads Act 1993.Note: The intent of this condition is that the design of the road, footpaths, driveway crossings and public stormwater drainage works must be detailed and approved prior to the issue of any Construction Certificate.
Where construction/building works require the use of a public place including a road or footpath, approval under Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993 for a Barricade Permit is to be obtained from Council prior to the commencement of work.
The Mortgage Loans are expected to have an aggregate principal balance as of the close of business on the Cut-off Date (the "Initial Aggregate Mortgage Loan Balance") of $1,076,917,791 (subject to a variance of plus or minus 5.0%), after giving effect to any payments due on or before such date, whether or not such payments are received.