GLOSSARY TERM  
  Section 88K Order  
 
  DESCRIPTION  
  Section 88K of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) provides that the court has the power to make an order imposing an easement over land where that easement is reasonably necessary for the effective use and development of other land. The court must be satisfied before making such an order that the easement is in the public interest, that the owner of the land subject to the easement can be adequately compensated, and that all reasonable attempts have been made to obtain the easement by consent have been unsuccessful.