An access authority1 may erect and maintain:
(1) notices indicating the boundaries of access land2 and excepted land3; and
(2) notices informing the public of:
(a) the effect of the general restrictions4;
(b) the exclusion or restriction5 of public access to any land6; and
(c) any other matters relating to access land or to public access to land which the access authority considers appropriate7.
Before erecting a notice on any land the access authority must, if reasonably practicable, consult the owner or occupier of the land
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