New South Wales Consolidated Regulations

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Land descriptions

4.7A Land descriptions

(1) Unless the court otherwise orders, in any claim or judgment for the possession of land, and in any writ of execution in relation to land, the description of the land must include--
(a) a formal description of the land sufficient to identify the land in any document establishing title to the land, together with any appropriate reference to title, and
(b) the postal address (if any) of the land.
(2) Without limitation, a formal description of land referred to in subrule (1)(a) may be given--
(a) in the case of land under the provisions of the Real Property Act 1900 that comprises the whole of the land referred to in one or more folios of the register under that Act, by reference to the relevant folio identifiers, or
(b) in the case of any land (including land referred to in paragraph (a)), by reference to--
(i) a registered plan (within the meaning of the Conveyancing Act 1919 ), or
(ii) a formal land survey plan (within the meaning of the Surveying Act 2002 ), or
(iii) a metes and bounds description prepared by a registered land surveyor (within the meaning of the Surveying Act 2002 ).

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