An easement is a set of rights to use a section of land in a particular way.
It gives someone else (e.g. the Coordinator-General) the right to use the land for a specific purpose even though they are not the landowner.
Easements acquired by the Coordinator-General will be registered on the property title in his name.
Current and future owners of the land will be bound by the terms and conditions set out in the easement document.
The document explains the Coordinator-General's rights and obligations and any land-use restrictions that apply to the landowner and anyone else with an interest in the land.
It allows the Coordinator-General (or an authorised third party) to take all actions required to construct, operate and maintain infrastructure in the easement.