An application under section 70 of the Land Transfer Act 1952 has been received for the removal of an easement.
The applicant claims the easement is redundant by reason of the circumstances set out below.
If no objections have been received before 7 November 2011, the register will be updated to record the easement as redundant.
Applicant: Industrial Park Te Puke Limited, c/o Manning Gibbs & Brown, PO Box 26, Te Puke 3153.
Easement: Water easement over part DP 7877 comprised in Computer Freehold Register SA1228/53 (servient tenement) in favour of Lot 1 DPS 19250 certificate of title SA21C/372, part Lot 2 DPS 20374 certificate of title SA805/92, part Lot 3 DPS 19250 and Section 2 SO 57485 certificate of title SA21C/374, part Lot 2 DPS 19250 certificate of title SA26D/170 (dominant tenement) created by Transfer S130066 registered 9 October 1957.
Circumstances: A number of subdivisions since the water easement was created in 1957 so the dominant tenements have become physically separated from the servient tenement.
Dated at the Christchurch Office of Land Information New Zealand this 30th day of September 2011.
H. E. FRISBY, for Registrar-General of Land.