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 20 December 2014, the Register will be updated to record the easement as redundant.
Applicant: Milson Brown Limited, c/o J. M. Patterson, Drummond, RD 3, Otautau 9683.
Easement: Drainage and services rights over Lot 4 DP 177712 and over Lot 6 DP 179674 marked “D” on DP 171211 comprised in Computer Freehold Registers NA109C/583 and 169570 (servient tenement) in favour of Lots 1 and 100 DP 462885 comprised in Computer Freehold Register 611462 (dominant tenement) created by Transfer D046579.1 registered on 18 September 1996, and drainage and services rights over Lot 4 DP 177712 marked “C” and “R” on DP 177712 comprised in Computer Freehold Register NA109C/583 (servient tenement) in favour of part Lot 1 DP 462885 comprised in Computer Freehold Register 611462 (dominant tenement) created by Transfer D639734.1 registered on 12 September 2001.
Circumstances: The dominant tenement has become physically separated from the servient tenement as a result of subdivision shown on DP 204943 and the drainage and services rights no longer serve the dominant tenement.
Dated at the Christchurch Office of Land Information New Zealand this 13th day of November 2014.
H. E. FRISBY, for Registrar-General of Land.