The applicants described below have applied, under section 70 of the Land Transfer Act 1952, for the removal of a drainage easement.
The applicants claim the drainage easement is redundant by reason of the circumstances set out below.
I intend to remove the drainage easement on 24 November 2017 if no objections have been received before that date.
Applicants: Leo John Butler and Norah Elizabeth Butler, c/o David Rolfe Law, PO Box 20, Wellsford 0940.
Easement: A drainage easement part marked “K” on DP 120525 comprised in Computer Freehold Register NA71A/122 as appurtenant to the lands contained in Computer Freehold Registers NA69D/330 to NA69D/336, NA89D/337 to NA89D/349, NA90B/732, NA99C/266, NA138D/695 to NA138D/723, NA138D/725 to NA138D/728, 140661 to 140667, 611684 to 611685, 112875 to 112882, 118109 to 118176, 268663 to 268690, 617030 to 617038, 669533 to 669543, 704860 to 704871, 705400 to 705404, 720207 to 720218, 720223 to 720231, 720223, 766125 to 766130, 766132 to 766137, 766139 to 766141 and 766322 specified in Easement Certificate B902343.1 – 18 October 1988 at 10.04am.
Circumstances: Determined by specified event: The registered proprietor of the servient tenement has given one month’s notice to registered proprietor of the dominant tenement that a system for the reticulation and treatment of sewage has been established to serve the said dominant tenement and that such system has been declared a sewerage drain by the Kaipara District Council.
Dated at the Hamilton Office of Land Information New Zealand this 24th day of October 2017.
LYNNE MOORE, for Registrar-General of Land.