Entries in register
4 Powers of Registrar-General of Land
Change of status and vesting of land (other than Lookout Point land)
5 Existing reservation revoked
6 Vesting of fee simple estate
Lookout Point land
7 Lookout Point land declared to be endowment land
ScheduleLand vested in Council
The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows:
This Act is the Waitaki District Council Reserves and Other Land Empowering Act 2013.
This Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.
In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—
Council means the Waitaki District Council
land means the land described in the Schedule
Lookout Point land means the land described in Part 3 of the Schedule
registered proprietors means the persons who are registered as the proprietors in Computer Freehold Register 187727
Schedule means the Schedule of this Act.
The Registrar-General of Land is authorised and directed to make the entries in the register that is kept under the Land Transfer Act 1952, and do all other things necessary to give effect to this Act.
(1) The reservation of the land under the Reserves Act 1977 is revoked.
(2) The land is freed and discharged of any trusts, reservations, and restrictions arising under the Reserves Act 1977 and to which the land or any part of it was subject immediately before the commencement of this Act, but subject to the encumbrances included in the Schedule.
(1) The fee simple estate vests, in respect of the land described in—
(a) Part 1 of the Schedule, in the Council; and
(b) Part 2 of the Schedule, in the registered proprietors.
(2) The Council has the power to dispose of the land described in Part 1 of the Schedule and is deemed always to have had the power to dispose of the fee simple estate in the land described in Part 2 of the Schedule.
(1) The Lookout Point land—
(a) is vested in the Waitaki District Council as an endowment property for the purposes of aiding Waitaki District Council funds; and
(b) is an endowment property within the meaning of section 140(2) of the Local Government Act 2002.
(2) Subsection (1) applies—
(a) in order to avoid doubt; and
(b) despite any enactment or instrument to the contrary.
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