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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 the name of the Coordinator-General.

Current and future owners of the land will be bound by the terms and conditions of the easement registered on title.

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.