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Unconditional

Unconditional: When the conditions written into the agreement to buy a house have been met, the contract becomes unconditional. The property is now sold and both the seller and buyer must settle

Unregistered Dealing

Unregistered Dealing: means a recording or notation on a title warning that a dealing is awaiting registration on that title by the Recorder of Titles

SIMPLY:

When a surveyor or solicitor or like profession 'searches' a title to give advice, they take responsibility for that advice that is based on the title search as of that date. An unregistered dealing advises that a matter relating to that title has been lodged, awaiting registration.

HOW WE ASSIST:

We carry out title searches on behalf of clients and in fact can provide them over the net via Engage Us. We can advise of any Unregistered Dealings

UPI

UPI: means a multi alpha-numeric unique parcel identifier and is used in the hard-copy series of the government's Tasmaps to define individual blocks of land in the state

User Road

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User Road: means a carriageway passing through or close to a title, used by the general public and maintained by the Local Authority, but not excluded from that title as Road (on a Sealed Plan) or Reserved Road excluded from the original Grant or designated as Public Road by survey and gazette (notification in the Public Gazette). If the formation is passing close to a title and is fenced as such, then the User Road boundary is that fence. If there is no fence, then the User Road boundary is accepted as 2.4 metres off the edge of the earthworks or embankment relating to that formation.

You will note in the example on the right, 'Woodcock Road' carriageway passes through Lot 2 and crosses Agnes Rivulet. The boundaries of Woodcock Road as it passes through Lot 2 are shown by dotted lines; more importantly, the area of Lot 2 includes the area occupied by Woodcock Road. It is as if the owner of Lot 2 holds the land involved in Woodcock Road (as it relates to Lot 2) in trust for the Public.

The second example plan (ie the second attachment) relates to a portion of a title that has not been occupied by the title holder but used as Public Road (footpath) by the General Public and maintained by the Local Authority

SIMPLY: some carriageways have not been 'dedicated' for public use but are in fact used by the public and maintained by the Local Authority. Can also relate to portions of carriageways that deviate very close to title boundaries and are fenced as such, the User Road boundary is the fence. If there is no fence, then the User Road boundary is accepted as 2.4 metres off the edge of the earthworks or embankment relating to that  formation.