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NZ gets new rule for unit title boundaries

New Zealand: The Surveyor-General of New Zealand (NZ) issued Ruling LINZR6531 to allow permanent structure boundaries to be used for rights under the Unit Titles Act 2010. The new Ruling clarifies that permanent structure boundaries can continue to be used for unit title developments.

Rule 6.9(a)(i) of the Rules for Cadastral Survey 2010 allows permanent structure boundaries to be used for rights under the Unit Titles Act 1972. This Act has been repealed and superseded by the Unit Titles Act 2010.

For more information on survey and title requirements relating to unit title developments see the Unit Titles Act 2010 page on the LINZ website and the Interpretation Guide to the Rules for Cadastral Survey 2010.

Source: Landonline