The meanings attributed to terms set out for the purpose of explanation only and are not necessarily valid legal definitions for other purposes.
Where precise definitions are sought appropriate statutes or authorities should be studied. See Greg Stilanou, Land Titling Law and Practice in NSW, Lawbook Co. 2013 [Definitions on pages xxvii – xxxi].
Unalienated Crown Land: Crown land under the care and control of the Minister Administering the Crown lands Act 1989 which is not subject of any tenure or resumption by a Government Gazettal.
Unanimous Resolution: A resolution at a duly convened general meeting of a community, precinct or neighbourhood association passed without a vote being cast against it.
Unregistered: A notification on title about a dealing which has been lodged at LPI but not yet been registered. Most dealings are accepted and recorded within a few days of lodgment, but some may require correction before they can be registered. In this case ‘requisitions’ are issued to the lodging party pointing out the corrections required. The term applies to dealings or plans which have not been registered in LPI or put on public record.
Utility Lot: A strata lot designated for a specific purpose such as garage, parking space or garden shed. A utility lot restricted under section 63 Strata Schemes Development Act 2015 is not available for occupation.