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Where requested, Waipa District Council may also supply information that has been supplied by a third party pursuant to Parts 2, 3 or 4 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987. Waipa District Council cannot verify if this information is reliable or accurate. Any such third party information should be subject to further checking by the applicant. Waipa District Council will not accept any liability whatsoever, or subsequent loss, attributed to the third party information, in accordance with section 41 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987.
1.
The historical search copy of the Certificate of Title must be a copy that was searched and issued within the last 14 days (refer to footer of the Certificate of Title for search date).

2.
The LIM will not be processed until a historical search copy of the Certificate of Title is provided
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Historical Certificate of Title can be obtained from Land Information NZ, or a copy can be obtained from your lawyer or real estate agent. This should be no older than 14 days.

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Important notes regarding the information supplied in a LIM

(1)
In accordance with section 44A of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, the following information is provided in a LIM:

  • Any special features of the land including potential erosion, avulsion, falling debris, subsidence, slippage, alluvion, inundation, or the likely presence of hazardous substances that are known to Waipa District Council.

  • Public stormwater and sewerage drains as shown on the Council’s records.

  • Whether the land is supplied with drinking water and if so, whether the supplier is the owner of the land or a networked supplier. If the land is supplied with water by the network supplier, any conditions that are applicable to that supply; and if the land is supplied with water by the owner of the land, any information the territorial authority has about the supply.

  • Any rates owing.

  • Any consents, certificates, notices, orders or requisitions affecting the land or buildings.

  • Information notified to the territorial authority under section 124 of the Weathertight Homes Resolution Services Act 2006.

  • Any other classifications or land or buildings that have been notified to the Council by any other statutory organisation.

  • Any other information that the Council deems to be relevant.

  • (2)
    In accordance with section 44A(3) Waipa District Council is able, at its discretion, to provide information in addition to the information which must be provided under section 44A(2) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987. Where available, Waipa District Council will also provide the following information:

  • Services map (generally showing locations of public utilities (stormwater, water, wastewater).

  • Aerial map of the property.

  • Liquor and/or Health Licences authorised on or directly adjoining the property.

  • Any resource consent on or in the vicinity of the property.

  • Any outstanding development contribution levied for the property and any statutory land charge imposed for non-payment of the development contribution.

  • Waipa District Plan details that apply to the property and relevant planning maps(s).

  • Whether a swimming or spa pool is known by Council to be located on the property. If so a copy of the “Guide to fencing your swimming pool” brochure will be attached.


  • (3)
    The Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 requires Council to, on application, supply a LIM in relation to matter affecting any land in the district of Council within 10 working days.

    (Working days are suspended for the period 25 December to 15 January, working days do not include weekends or public holidays and the first working day will commence the following working day after the day the LIM application is received.)

    (4) An on-site inspection is not made for the purposes of the LIM report.

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