Subdivision certificates

General requirements the administration sheet of a new deposited plan must incorporate a subdivision certificate or an appropriate exemption.


Plans requiring subdivision certificate it is the policy of NSW LRS that any plan that creates new boundaries for separate use or occupation constitutes a subdivision of the existing parcel.


Plans exempt from subdivision certificate plans can be exempt for various purposes including consolidation, survey information only and others purposes.


Statutory consent authorities certain statutory authorities, by provision in their respective Acts, are declared to be the consent authority for land within their control.


De-facto subdivision the provision (since repealed) for NSW LRS to register, without council's approval, plans showing the division of land by devise, road severance or the erection of buildings and occupations.


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