Conservation Act 1987

If you need more information about this Act, please contact the administering agency: Department of Conservation
  • This version was republished on 7 July 2022 to correct a typographical error in section 26S(3).
24L Public access rights

Every railway operator must allow members of the public to have access on foot over land that would, but for subsection (3) of section 24K, be reserved as a marginal strip, except land that is within 5 metres of a line drawn midway between the rails of a railway line, unless, in the opinion of the railway operator, such access would be likely to endanger the safety of persons or property.

Section 24L: inserted, on 28 August 1990, by section 3 of the Conservation Amendment Act 1990 (1990 No 106).