The applicant described below has applied, under section 70 of the Land Transfer Act 1952, for the removal of a party wall right easement.
The applicant claims the party wall right easement is redundant by reason of the circumstances set out below.
I intend to remove the party wall right easement on 4 April 2016 if no objections have been received before that date.
Applicant: Asga Properties Limited, c/o Anthony Harper, Level 9 HSBC Tower, 62 Worcester Boulevard, Christchurch 8140.
Easement: Party wall right over part Lot 5 DP 481526 marked “A” on DP 481526 comprised in Computer Freehold Register 675529 as appurtenant to part Lot 1 DP 55953 formerly Lot 4 DP 9193 comprised in Computer Freehold Register CB33F/155 and parts Lot 1 DP 50102 and Lot 2 DP 55953 formerly Lot 4 DP 9193 comprised in Computer Freehold Register CB33F/156 created by Transfer 187336 registered on 27 February 1925.
Circumstances: The dominant land has become physically separated from the servient land as a result of subdivision DP 50102.
Dated at the Hamilton Office of Land Information New Zealand this 26th day of February 2016.
LYNETTE BARON, for Registrar-General of Land.