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Crown Land Management Act 2016 No 58
Current version for 1 July 2019 to date (accessed 22 September 2019 at 04:25)
Part 5 Division 5.7 Section 5.32
5.32   Relationship between general purpose licences and special purpose holdings
(1) Provisions relating to general purpose licences The following provisions apply to a general purpose licence over land that also has a special purpose holding over it:
(a)  the general purpose licence is taken to include a condition prohibiting its holder from doing anything that has the effect of restricting or impeding the holder of the special purpose holding from exercising the rights conferred by that holding,
(b)  the general purpose licence is taken to include a further condition prohibiting its holder from carrying out development for the purposes of any dwelling-house, garden or significant improvement on the land except with the written consent of the holder of the special purpose holding.
(2) Provisions relating to special purpose holdings The following provisions apply to a special purpose holding over land that also has a general purpose licence over it:
(a)  the special purpose holding is taken to include a condition prohibiting its holder, except with the written consent of the holder of the general purpose licence, from exercising any of the rights conferred by that holding over any part of the land:
(i)  on which, or within 200 metres of which, any dwelling-house is located, or
(ii)  on which, or within 50 metres of which, any garden is located, or
(iii)  on which any significant improvement is located,
(b)  the special purpose holding is taken to include a further condition prohibiting its holder from unreasonably withholding any consent referred to in subsection (1) (b).
(3)  A written consent given for the purposes of subsection (2) (a) is irrevocable and binds each successor in title to the land.
(4)  Subsection (2) (a) (i) and (ii) do not prevent the holder of the special purpose holding from travelling along any road or track within 200 metres or 50 metres, respectively, of a dwelling-house or garden referred to in those subparagraphs.
(5)  A special purpose holding over land that also has a general purpose licence over it may include conditions agreed to between each of the holders of those holdings.
(6)  Any condition of the kind referred to in subsection (5):
(a)  that is included in a special purpose holding over land that also has a general purpose licence over it, or
(b)  that, because of subsection (7), is taken to be included in a sublease or sublicence of a special purpose holding over land that also has a general purpose licence over it,
is enforceable, as between the licensees, lessees, sublicensees and sublessees for the time being under those holdings, as if it were contained in a deed entered into between them.
(7) Sublicences and subleases Any sublicence of a general purpose licence, or sublease or sublicence of a special purpose holding, is taken to include the conditions that, under this section, are included (or taken to be included) in the licence or holding.
(8) Application of section This section applies regardless of the order in which the special purpose holding and the general purpose licence over the land have been granted.
(9)  This section applies to a general purpose licence or special purpose holding (and any sublicence or sublease of that licence or holding):
(a)  for a general purpose licence (or a sublicence of that licence)—only while the land over which it is granted also remains subject to a special purpose holding, and
(b)  for a special purpose holding (or a sublease or sublicence of that holding)—only while the land over which it is granted also remains subject to a general purpose licence.