Liverpool Cemetery Act 1950 No 20

An Act to dedicate certain land at Liverpool as a public park; to make provision for the appointment of trustees thereof; to confer and impose certain powers, authorities, duties and functions on such trustees; and for purposes connected therewith.
1   Name of Act
This Act may be cited as the Liverpool Cemetery Act 1950.
2   Dedication of land in Schedule as a public park
(1)  The land described in the Schedule to this Act is hereby dedicated as a public park, and the said land shall be deemed to be a public park within the meaning of the Public Parks Act 1912, as amended by subsequent Acts, and the council of the Municipality of Liverpool shall be trustees of the said land for all purposes of that Act, as so amended, and shall be deemed to have been appointed pursuant to that Act to be the trustees of the said land.
(2)  The said park shall be maintained by the said council as a rest park and garden area and, notwithstanding anything in any other Act, the said council shall not use the said park or permit the same to be used for any other purpose.
(3), (4)    (Repealed)
s 2: Am 1976 No 63, Sch 1.
3, 4   (Repealed)
s 3: Rep 1976 No 63, Sch 1.
s 4: Rep 1976 No 63, Sch 1.
(Section 2 (1))
All that piece or parcel of Crown land situated in the Municipality of Liverpool, Land District of Parramatta, County of Cumberland, Parish of St. Luke, Town of Liverpool, having an area of 2 acres more or less; commencing at the intersection of the northern side of Elizabeth-street with the western side of Castlereagh-street; and bounded thence on the east by part of the western side of the last-named street north to the south-east corner of allotment 1 of section 36; thence on the north by the southern boundary of that allotment west to the eastern side of Copeland-street; thence on the west by part of that side of that street south to the northern side of Elizabeth-street aforesaid; and thence on the south by part of that side of that street east, to the point of commencement.