Reprint as at 1 September 2017

Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997

Public Act
 
1997 No 101
Date of assent
 
10 December 1997
 
Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this eprint. See the notes at the end of this eprint for further details.

This Act is administered by Te Puni Kōkiri.

Contents

Title
1Short Title and commencement
2Act to bind the Crown
3Purpose of Act
4Application of Act
5Provisions implied in leases to which this Act applies
6Implied provisions to apply to sale by mortgagee or creditor or pursuant to court order
7Transfer or assignment of lessor’s or lessee’s interest in contravention of implied provisions void
8Acquisition of relevant interest in lessors or lessees that are companies
9Acquisition of beneficial interests in trusts that are lessors or lessees
10Lessees that are executors or administrators
11District Land Registrar to note certificate of title and lease
12District Land Registrar not to register transfer in certain cases
13Compensation payable to lessors
14Right of lessor to elect to have compensation determined by Land Valuation Tribunal
15Determination of compensation by Land Valuation Tribunal
16Compensation payable to lessees
17Right of lessee to elect to have compensation determined by Land Valuation Tribunal [Repealed]
18Determination of compensation by Land Valuation Tribunal [Repealed]
19Compensation not otherwise payable
20No compensation payable to the Crown or Crown entity
21Modified compensation payable in respect of certain leases
22Compensation payable by the Crown
23Interest payable on compensation
24Claims under Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 not precluded
25Solatium payments to lessors
26Solatium payments to lessees
27No solatium payable to the Crown or Crown entity
28Payments to lessors for purchase of leases
29Power to amend Schedule 3
30Goods and services tax
31Amendment to Income Tax Act 1994 [Repealed]
32Validation of valuations used for purpose of payment of compensation, etc
33Consequential amendments to principal Act
Reprint notes

An Act to amend the Maori Reserved Land Act 1955

BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of New Zealand as follows:

 
1 Short Title and commencement

(1)

This Act may be cited as the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997, and is part of the Maori Reserved Land Act 1955 (“the principal Act”).

(2)

This Act comes into force on 1 January 1998.

Part 1 Preliminary provisions

2 Act to bind the Crown

This Act binds the Crown.

3 Purpose of Act

(1)

The purpose of this Act is—

(a)

To provide, in respect of leases to which this Act applies, for a change to more frequent rent reviews and to fair annual rents based on the unimproved value of the land to be phased in over a 4-year period commencing 3 years after the commencement of this Act; and

(b)

To provide for compensation to be paid to lessors for the delay, as from the commencement of 1 January 1998, in the change to more frequent reviews and to fair annual rents based on the unimproved value of the land and for the conditions imposed by this Act on the transfer by lessors of land that is subject to leases to which this Act applies; and

(c)

To provide that the amount of the compensation payable to each lessor is to be, in accordance with an election made by the lessor, either—

(i)

The amount payable to the lessor under section 13; or

(ii)

The amount determined by the Land Valuation Tribunal in accordance with section 15 as payable to the lessor; and

(d)

To provide for a solatium payment to those lessors who accept the amount payable by way of compensation under section 13, which payment is to be on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessors, and is to recognise the justifiable but unquantifiable transaction costs that will be incurred by lessors as a result of the changes made to leases by this Act; and

(e)

To provide for compensation to be paid to lessees for the change to more frequent rent reviews and to fair annual rents based on the unimproved value of the land and for the conditions imposed by this Act on the assignment of the lessees’ interests in the leases; and

(f)

To provide that the amount of the compensation payable to each lessee is to be, in accordance with an election made by the lessee, either—

(i)

The amount payable to the lessee under section 16; or

(ii)

The amount determined by the Land Valuation Tribunal in accordance with section 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 as payable to the lessee; and

(g)

To provide for a solatium payment to be made to those lessees who accept the amount payable by way of compensation under section 16, which payment is to be on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessees, and is to recognise the justifiable but unquantifiable transaction costs that will be incurred by lessees as a result of the changes made to leases by this Act; and

(h)

To provide a right of first refusal for lessors on assignment by lessees to third parties of leases to which this Act applies; and

(i)

To provide the lessors of leases to which this Act applies with additional money with which they may purchase the interests of lessees under those leases (as those interests become available for purchase) by authorising the payment to those lessors, on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessors, of money that those lessors may use for the purchase of such interests; and

(j)

To provide a right of first refusal for lessees on transfer by lessors to third parties of land subject to leases to which this Act applies.

(2)

The market rent and right of first refusal provisions are in Part 2 and Schedule 1.

(3)

The compensation provisions are in Part 3 and Schedule 2.

Subsection (1)(f)(ii) was amended, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1) by substituting the expression “section 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1988” for the expression “section 18”.

4 Application of Act

This Act applies to the following leases:

(a)

The leases specified in Part A of Schedule 3 and any leases granted in renewal of those leases:

(b)

Any lease to which a lessee is entitled in renewal of, or in substitution for, an expired lease specified in Part B of Schedule 3 and any lease granted in renewal of a lease so renewed or substituted.

Part 2 Provisions relating to annual rents and right of first refusal implied in certain leases

5 Provisions implied in leases to which this Act applies

(1)

There is implied in every lease to which this Act applies the provisions in Schedule 1.

(2)

Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the provisions implied in a lease by subsection (1) prevail over any provision which is inconsistent with any of those provisions and which is—

(a)

A provision of the principal Act; or

(b)

A provision of the lease; or

(c)

A provision implied in the lease by a provision of the principal Act or a provision of the lease.

(3)

Nothing in subsections (1) and (2) or in section 29 or in clauses 3 to 9 of Schedule 1 prevents the rent payable under a lease specified in Part A of Schedule 3 from being reviewed from time to time (as if this Act had not been passed) at any time before the first rent review date specified, in relation to that lease, in Part A of Schedule 3.

(4)

The provisions implied in a lease by subsection (1) may be negatived, altered, or added to by agreement of the lessor and lessee.

(5)

Where, pursuant to subsection (4), the provisions in a lease are altered or added to, references in this Act to the provisions in Schedule 1 must be read as references to those provisions as so altered or added to.

(6)

The provisions implied in a lease by subsection (1) apply subject to the provisions relating to the alienation of Maori freehold land in Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993.

6 Implied provisions to apply to sale by mortgagee or creditor or pursuant to court order

Where land that is subject to a lease to which this Act applies, or a lessee’s interest in a lease to which this Act applies, is to be sold by, or on behalf of, a mortgagee or creditor of the lessor or lessee (as the case may be) or pursuant to an order of a court, the provisions in Schedule 1 (as implied in the lease by section 5) apply to the sale, with all necessary modifications, as if references in those provisions to the lessor or lessee were references to the mortgagee, creditor, or other person effecting the sale, as the case may be.

7 Transfer or assignment of lessor’s or lessee’s interest in contravention of implied provisions void

(1)

Any transfer of land that is subject to a lease to which this Act applies by a lessor, or any assignment of an interest in a lease to which this Act applies by a lessee, in breach of the provisions in Schedule 1 (as implied in the lease by section 5) is void, unless the party not making the transfer or assignment consents in writing to the transfer or assignment before the transfer or assignment is made.

(2)

A transfer or assignment that is void under subsection (1) is not illegal and no contract is, by reason of the fact that it provides for such a transfer or assignment, an illegal contract within the meaning of section 71 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017.

Section 7(2): amended, on 1 September 2017, by section 347 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 (2017 No 5).

8 Acquisition of relevant interest in lessors or lessees that are companies

(1)

After the commencement of this Act, a person (other than a preferred alienee) must not acquire a relevant interest, or an additional relevant interest, in the voting products of a company that is a lessor of a lease to which this Act applies unless—

(a)

The company complies with clauses 27 to 30 of the provisions in Schedule 1, as if the company were proposing to transfer its interest in the land subject to lease; or

(b)

The lessee of the lease consents in writing to the acquisition before the relevant interest is acquired.

(2)

After the commencement of this Act, a person (other than a specified assignee) must not acquire a relevant interest, or an additional relevant interest, in the voting products of a company that is a lessee of a lease to which this Act applies unless—

(a)

The company complies with clauses 11 to 14 or clauses 16 to 25 of the provisions in Schedule 1, as if the company were proposing to assign its interest in the lease; or

(b)

The lessor of the lease consents in writing to the acquisition before the relevant interest is acquired.

(3)

The acquisition of a relevant interest in the voting products of a company in contravention of this section is void.

(4)

An acquisition that is void under subsection (3) is not illegal and no contract is, by reason of the fact that it provides for such an acquisition, an illegal contract within the meaning of section 71 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017.

(5)

In this section,—

(a)

company includes any body corporate with voting products; but does not include a company that is a listed issuer (within the meaning of section 6(1) of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013):

(b)

Preferred alienee means a person that comes within the preferred classes of alienees under Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993:

(c)

Relevant interest has the meaning assigned to that term by sections 235 to 238 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013:

(d)

Specified assignee has the same meaning as in clause 2 of Schedule 1, as if reference in that definition to an interest in a lease were reference to a relevant interest in the voting products of a lessee that is a company:

(e)

voting product has the same meaning as in section 6(1) of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013.

Section 8(1): amended, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(2): amended, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(3): amended, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(4): amended, on 1 September 2017, by section 347 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 (2017 No 5).

Section 8(5)(a): replaced, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(5)(c): amended, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(5)(d): amended, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

Section 8(5)(e): replaced, on 1 December 2014, by section 150 of the Financial Markets (Repeals and Amendments) Act 2013 (2013 No 70).

9 Acquisition of beneficial interests in trusts that are lessors or lessees

(1)

After the commencement of this Act, a person must not acquire from a beneficiary a beneficial interest in a trust the trustee of which is a lessor or a lessee of a lease to which this Act applies unless—

(a)

The trustee complies with clauses 11 to 14 or clauses 16 to 25 or clauses 27 to 30 of Schedule 1, as the case may require; or

(b)

The person acquiring the beneficial interest is a preferred alienee or a specified assignee; or

(c)

The party to the lease, not being the trustee of the trust in which the beneficial interest is acquired, consents in writing before the interest is acquired.

(2)

The acquisition of a beneficial interest in a trust in contravention of subsection (1) is void.

(3)

An acquisition that is void under subsection (2) is not illegal and no contract is, by reason of the fact that it provides for such an acquisition, an illegal contract within the meaning of section 71 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017.

(4)

In this section,—

(a)

Preferred alienee means a person that comes within the preferred classes of alienees under Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993:

(b)

Specified assignee has the same meaning as in clause 2 of Schedule 1.

Section 9(3): amended, on 1 September 2017, by section 347 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 (2017 No 5).

10 Lessees that are executors or administrators

(1)

Where the lessee of a lease to which this Act applies is an executor or an administrator, the lessee must comply with clauses 11 to 14 or clauses 16 to 25 of Schedule 1—

(a)

Within 1 year of the testator’s or intestate’s death; or

(b)

Where the testator has left, in relation to the testator’s interest in the lease, life or lesser interests to any one or more of the persons who are, in relation to the assignment of the testator’s interest in the lease, specified assignees within the meaning of Schedule 1, within 1 year of the death of the person, or the last of the persons, to whom the life or lesser interests are left.

(2)

A lessee is not required to comply with subsection (1) if—

(a)

The lessor, by notice in writing to the lessee, has exempted the lessee from such compliance; or

(b)

The High Court has made an order extending the period within which the lessee must comply with subsection (1).

(3)

The High Court may make an order under subsection (2)(b) on the grounds that any legal proceedings that have been commenced within 1 year after the testator’s or intestate’s death, being—

(a)

Proceedings touching the validity of the will of the testator; or

(b)

Proceedings for obtaining, recalling, or revoking any grant of administration under the Administration Act 1969 (other than a grant made under section 7 of that Act) in respect of the estate of the testator or intestate; or

(c)

Proceedings under the Law Reform (Testamentary Promises) Act 1949 or the Family Protection Act 1955 in respect of the estate of the testator or intestate,—

are unlikely to be disposed of within that year.

(4)

The High Court may make an order under subsection (2)(b) on such terms and conditions as the High Court thinks fit.

11 District Land Registrar to note certificate of title and lease

(1)

Subject to subsection (2), as soon as reasonably practicable after the commencement of this Act, the District Land Registrar must, in relation to every lease to which this Act applies, make all such entries in the register, and do all such other things as may be necessary to give effect to the provisions of this Act.

(2)

Subsection (1) applies only where a lease has a number or a certificate of title specified in respect of it in Schedule 3.

(3)

Where Schedule 3 is amended pursuant to section 29 to specify a number or certificate of title in respect of a lease to which this Act applies or to add the details (including the number or certificate of title) of a lease to which the principal Act applies, the District Land Registrar must (on being supplied with the Order in Council making the amendment, and without fee) note on the lease and the certificate of title that the lease is subject to this Act.

12 District Land Registrar not to register transfer in certain cases

The District Land Registrar must not register a transfer of any land that is subject to a lease to which this Act applies or of the lessee’s interest in a lease to which this Act applies unless—

(a)

The transfer is to the lessor or lessee; or

(b)

Where the transfer is to a third party, the lessor or lessee that is not a party to the transfer consents in writing to the transfer; or

(c)

The transfer is accompanied by a certificate from the solicitor acting for the transferor that the transfer does not contravene the provisions in Schedule 1.

Part 3 Compensation

13 Compensation payable to lessors

(1)

The person who, on the commencement of this Act, is the lessor of a lease to which this Act applies is entitled to compensation—

(a)

For the delay, as from the commencement of 1 January 1998,—

(i)

In the change to a more frequent rent review; and

(ii)

In the change to a fair annual rent based on the unimproved value of the land; and

(b)

For the conditions imposed by this Act on the transfer by the lessor of the land subject to the lease.

(2)

Where the details of a lease are added to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act and that lease, by virtue of its details being so added, becomes a lease to which this Act applies, the person who, on the date on which the addition takes effect, is the lessor of that lease is entitled to compensation—

(a)

For the delay, as from the commencement of 1 January 1998,—

(i)

In the change to a more frequent rent review; and

(ii)

In the change to a fair annual rent based on the unimproved value of the land; and

(b)

For the conditions imposed by this Act on the transfer by the lessor of the land subject to the lease.

(3)

The compensation payable to a lessor under subsection (1) or subsection (2) must be determined in accordance with Schedule 2.

(4)

In this section, the term lessor means, in relation to land under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the registered proprietor of the land.

14 Right of lessor to elect to have compensation determined by Land Valuation Tribunal

(1)

The chief executive of Te Puni Kokiri must, after the commencement of this Act, give to each lessor to whom this Act applies a notice specifying both—

(a)

The amount of compensation payable to the lessor under section 13; and

(b)

The amount of the solatium payment payable to the lessor under section 25.

(2)

The notice must state that the lessor may elect either—

(a)

To accept both of the amounts specified in the notice; or

(b)

To have the lessor’s compensation determined by the Land Valuation Tribunal in accordance with section 15.

(3)

The notice under subsection (1) must,—

(a)

In the case of a lease to which this Act applies on the commencement of this Act, be given to the lessor not later than 2 March 1998; and

(b)

In any case where a lease becomes, after the commencement of this Act, a lease to which this Act applies, be given to the lessor not later than 2 months after the date on which that lease becomes a lease to which this Act applies.

(4)

The lessor may, within 3 months after being given a notice under subsection (1), elect either—

(a)

To inform the chief executive of Te Puni Kokiri, by notice in writing signed by the lessor, that the lessor will accept both of the amounts specified in the notice given to the lessor under subsection (1); or

(b)

To file in the appropriate office of the District Court, in accordance with section 21 of the Land Valuation Proceedings Act 1948, an application to have the lessor’s compensation determined by the Land Valuation Tribunal in accordance with section 15.

(5)

Where the lessor files an application under subsection (4)(b), the lessor must, within 3 working days after the day on which that notice is filed, give a copy of that application to the chief executive of Te Puni Kokiri, who is to be a party to the proceedings before the Land Valuation Tribunal.

(6)

Where the lessor files an application under subsection (4)(b), the lessor is not entitled, in respect of the lease to which the application relates, to compensation under section 13 or a solatium payment under section 25.

(7)

Where the chief executive of Te Puni Kokiri receives from the lessor a notice under subsection (4)(a), the chief executive must, within 3 months after the day on which he or she receives that notice, pay to the lessor the amounts specified in the notice given to the lessor under subsection (1).

(8)

Where the lessor does not, within the period allowed by subsection (4), take either of the steps permitted by that subsection, the lessor is deemed to have given to the chief executive on the last day of that period a notice under subsection (4)(a).

(9)

In this section,—

Land Valuation Tribunal has the meaning given to it by section 2 of the Land Valuation Proceedings Act 1948

Lessor means, in relation to land under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the registered proprietor of the land.

15 Determination of compensation by Land Valuation Tribunal

(1)

Where a lessor files an application under section 14(4)(b), the Land Valuation Tribunal has jurisdiction to determine, in accordance with this section, the amount to be paid to the lessor by the Crown as compensation—

(a)

For the delay, as from the commencement of 1 January 1998,—

(i)

In the change to a more frequent rent review; and

(ii)

In the change to a fair annual rent based on the unimproved value of the land; and

(b)

For the conditions imposed by this Act on the transfer by the lessor of the land subject to the lease.

(2)

The Land Valuation Tribunal must, as soon as practicable, determine the amount of that compensation.

(3)

Every application made under section 14(4)(b) must, subject to this section, be dealt with by the Land Valuation Tribunal in accordance with the provisions of the Land Valuation Proceedings Act 1948, which is to apply with all necessary modifications.

(4)

In this section,—

Land Valuation Tribunal has the meaning given to it by section 2 of the Land Valuation Proceedings Act 1948

Lessor means, in relation to land under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the registered proprietor of the land.

16 Compensation payable to lessees

(1)

The person who, on the commencement of this Act, is the lessee of a lease to which this Act applies is entitled to compensation for—

(a)

The change to a more frequent rent review; and

(b)

The change to a fair annual rent based on the unimproved value of the land; and

(c)

The conditions imposed by this Act on the assignment of the lessee’s interest in the lease.

(2)

Where the details of a lease are added to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act and that lease, by virtue of its details being so added, becomes a lease to which this Act applies, the person who, on the date on which the addition takes effect, is the lessee of that lease is entitled to compensation for—

(a)

The change to a more frequent rent review; and

(b)

The change to a fair annual rent based on the unimproved value of the land; and

(c)

The conditions imposed by this Act on the assignment of the lessee’s interest in the lease.

(3)

The compensation payable to a lessee under subsection (1) or subsection (2) must be determined in accordance with Schedule 2.

(4)

In this section, the term lessee means,—

(a)

In relation to a lease registered under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the person registered as the lessee of the lease; and

(b)

In relation to any other lease, the person entitled to be registered under the Land Transfer Act 1952 as the lessee of the land to which the lease relates.

17 Right of lessee to elect to have compensation determined by Land Valuation Tribunal
[Repealed]

Sections 17 and 18 were repealed, as from 16 March 1998, by section 5 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1). See section 7 of that Act for the transitional provisions.

18 Determination of compensation by Land Valuation Tribunal
[Repealed]

Sections 17 and 18 were repealed, as from 16 March 1998, by section 5 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1).

19 Compensation not otherwise payable

(1)

Except as provided in sections 13 to 16 and in sections 3 and 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998, no compensation is payable to a lessor or lessee of a lease to which this Act applies by reason of the enactment of this Act.

(2)

Nothing in subsection (1) limits any of the provisions of sections 23, 24, 25, 26, and 28.

Subsection (1) was amended, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1) by substituting the expression “sections 13 to 16 and in sections 3 and 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998” for the expression “sections 13 to 18”.

20 No compensation payable to the Crown or Crown entity

(1)

No compensation is payable under this Act or the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 to the lessee of a lease to which this Act applies if that lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity.

(2)

In this section, the terms the Crown and Crown entity have the same meanings as in section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

Subsection (1) was amended, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1) by inserting the expression “or the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998”.

21 Modified compensation payable in respect of certain leases

If the annual rent of the lease is, at the commencement of this Act, no longer determined at 21-year rent reviews or in accordance with section 34 of the principal Act then, for the purposes of calculating the compensation payable under Schedule 2, the estimated prescribed rent for the compensation period must be adjusted to reflect the terms of the current lease.

22 Compensation payable by the Crown

(1)

Compensation payable to a lessor or lessee under this Act must be paid by the Crown as soon as the amount of the compensation is determined in accordance with this Act.

(2)

Payments of compensation made under the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 are deemed, for the purposes of this section and section 30 of this Act and section CW 34(1)(g) of the Income Tax Act 2007, to be payments of compensation made under this Act.

Subsection (2) was inserted, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1).

Section 22(2): amended, on 1 April 2008, by section ZA 2(1) of the Income Tax Act 2007 (2007 No 97).

Subsection (2) was amended, as from 1 April 2005, by section YA 2 Income Tax Act 2004 (2004 No 35) by substituting the words “section CW 28(1)(g) of the Income Tax Act 2004” for the words “section CB 5(1)(p) of the Income Tax Act 1994 (as added by section 31 of this Act)”.

23 Interest payable on compensation

(1)

Where the compensation to which a person is entitled under section 13 or section 15 or section 16 or section 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 is not paid to that person, within the period of 3 months after the date on which that person becomes entitled to be paid that compensation, and the delay, after the expiration of that period, in making payment is attributable to the Crown, the Crown must, on paying that compensation, pay it together with interest in respect of the period beginning with the expiration of that period of 3 months and ending with the date of payment.

(2)

The interest paid under subsection (1) is to be paid at the rate prescribed by or under section 87 of the Judicature Act 1908.

(3)

Notwithstanding any other Act, agreement, or rules of court, the Crown, except as provided in subsections (1) and (2), is not liable to pay interest on compensation payable under this Act.

Subsection (1) was amended, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1) by substituting the words “section 4 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998” for the expression “section 18”.

24 Claims under Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 not precluded

Nothing in this Act or the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 affects the right of any Maori to bring a claim under section 6 of the Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975.

Section 24 was amended, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1) by inserting the words “or the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998”.

Part 4 Solatium payments to lessors and lessees and payments to lessors for purchase of leases

25 Solatium payments to lessors

(1)

The Crown must, out of public money, make solatium payments, on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessors, to all persons who, on the commencement of this Act, are lessors of leases to which this Act applies.

(2)

The total amount of public money to be paid by way of solatium payments under subsection (1) is $2,000,000.

(3)

The solatium payments under this section recognise the justifiable but unquantifiable transaction costs that will be incurred by lessors as a result of the changes made by this Act to leases to which this Act applies.

(4)

The lessor, on the commencement of this Act, of a lease to which this Act applies is entitled to receive from the Crown by way of solatium in respect of that lease—

(a)

The sum of $500; plus

(b)

A pro rata percentage of such part of the sum of $2,000,000 as remains after provision has been made for the payments required by paragraph (a).

(5)

The pro rata percentage payable in respect of each lease is to be calculated on the basis of the unimproved value, as at 31 December 1995, of the land subject to the lease and of the land comprised in the leases specified, on the commencement of this Act, in Schedule 3.

(6)

No amendment made to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act has, of itself, the effect of reducing, increasing, or removing any entitlement to a solatium payment that exists under this section on the commencement of this Act.

(7)

Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (5), where the details of a lease are added to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act, the lessor of the lease, at the date on which the addition takes effect, is entitled to receive from the Crown a solatium payment of the same amount as the solatium payment the lessor would have received if the details of the lease had, on the commencement of this Act, been included in Schedule 3 in substitution for details of another lease of land of identical unimproved value (as at 31 December 1995).

(8)

In this section, the term lessor means, in relation to land under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the registered proprietor of the land.

(9)

This section is subject to section 14.

26 Solatium payments to lessees

(1)

Subject to section 27, the Crown must, out of public money, make solatium payments, on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessees, to all persons who, on the commencement of this Act, are lessees of leases to which this Act applies.

(2)

The total amount of public money to be paid by way of solatium payments under subsection (1) is $2,000,000.

(3)

The solatium payments under this section recognise the justifiable but unquantifiable transaction costs that will be incurred by lessees as a result of the changes made by this Act to leases to which this Act applies.

(4)

The lessee, on the commencement of this Act, of a lease to which this Act applies is (unless the lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity) entitled to receive from the Crown by way of solatium in respect of that lease—

(a)

The sum of $500; plus

(b)

A pro rata percentage of such part of the sum of $2,000,000 as remains after provision has been made for the payments required by paragraph (a).

(5)

The pro rata percentage payable in respect of each lease is to be calculated on the basis of the unimproved value (as at 31 December 1995) of the land subject to the lease and of the land comprised in the leases specified, on the commencement of this Act, in Schedule 3 (not being leases under which the lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity).

(6)

No amendment made to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act has, of itself, the effect of reducing, increasing, or removing any entitlement to a solatium payment that exists under this section on the commencement of this Act.

(7)

Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (5), where the details of a lease are added to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act, the lessee of the lease, at the date on which the addition takes effect, is (unless the lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity) entitled to receive from the Crown a solatium payment of the same amount as the solatium payment the lessee would have received if the details of the lease had, on the commencement of this Act, been included in Schedule 3 in substitution for details of another lease of land of identical unimproved value (as at 31 December 1995), not being a lease under which the lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity.

(8)

In this section, the term lessee has the meaning given to it by section 16(4).

(9)

This section is subject to section 3 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998.

Subsection (9) was substituted, as from 16 March 1998, by section 6 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 1).

27 No solatium payable to the Crown or Crown entity

(1)

No solatium is payable under section 26 to the lessee of a lease to which this Act applies if that lessee is the Crown or a Crown entity.

(2)

In this section and in section 26, the terms the Crown and Crown entity have the same meanings as in section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

28 Payments to lessors for purchase of leases

(1)

The Crown must, out of public money, provide the lessors of leases to which this Act applies with additional money with which they may purchase the interests of lessees under those leases (as those interests become available for purchase) by making, on the basis of one payment per lease, irrespective of the number of lessors, payments (in this section called purchase money payments) to all persons who, on the commencement of this Act, are lessors of leases to which this Act applies.

(2)

The total amount of public money to be paid by way of purchase money payments under subsection (1) is $6,000,000.

(3)

The purchase money payments recognise that, in the case of leases to which this Act applies, lack of sufficient purchase money has been one of the major factors that has prevented lessors from purchasing the interests of lessees under those leases and that it is in the interests of both lessors and lessees that the Crown make a contribution towards the money that lessors may use for the purchase of such interests (as they become available).

(4)

The lessor, on the commencement of this Act, of a lease to which this Act applies is entitled to receive from the Crown, by way of a purchase money payment in respect of that lease, a pro rata percentage of the sum of $6,000,000.

(5)

The pro rata percentage payable in respect of each lease is to be calculated on the basis of the unimproved value, as at 31 December 1995, of the land subject to the lease and of the land comprised in the leases specified, on the commencement of this Act, in Schedule 3.

(6)

No amendment made to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act has, of itself, the effect of reducing, increasing, or removing any entitlement to a purchase money payment that exists under this section on the commencement of this Act.

(7)

Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (5), where the details of a lease are added to Schedule 3 after the commencement of this Act, the lessor of the lease, at the date on which the addition takes effect, is entitled to receive from the Crown a purchase money payment of the same amount as the purchase money payment the lessor would have received if the details of the lease had, on the commencement of this Act, been included in Schedule 3 in substitution for details of another lease of land of identical unimproved value (as at 31 December 1995).

(8)

In this section, the term lessor means, in relation to land under the Land Transfer Act 1952, the registered proprietor of the land.

Part 5 Miscellaneous provisions

29 Power to amend Schedule 3

(1)

The Governor-General may from time to time, by Order in Council, amend Schedule 3 for the purpose of—

(a)

Correcting any misdescription or error in that schedule:

(b)

Inserting a number or certificate of title that is not specified in that schedule:

(c)

Adding, on or before 30 June 1998, the details of any lease to which the principal Act applies and which have been omitted in error from that schedule.

(2)

An Order in Council may be made under subsection (1)(c) only on the recommendation of the Minister of Maori Affairs, after consultation by that Minister with such persons, including the lessor and lessee of the lease to which the order relates, as that Minister thinks fit.

30 Goods and services tax

No payment made under this Act is to be treated, for the purposes of the Goods and Services Tax Act 1985, as consideration for the supply of goods and services.

31 Amendment to Income Tax Act 1994
[Repealed]

Section 31 was repealed, as from 1 April 2005, by section YA 2 Income Tax Act 2004 (2004 No 35).

32 Validation of valuations used for purpose of payment of compensation, etc

For the purposes of any payment made under this Act to a lessor or lessee, being a payment of compensation or a solatium payment under section 25 or section 26 or a purchase money payment made under section 28, every valuation made by the Valuer-General before the commencement of this Act, being a valuation, as at 31 December 1995, of the unimproved value of any land subject to a lease to which this Act applies, is deemed to be, and to have always been, valid and correct.

33 Consequential amendments to principal Act

The principal Act is amended in the manner set out in Schedule 4.

Schedule 1 Provisions implied in certain leases

Sections 3(2), 5 to 10, 12

1

(1)

In these provisions, unless the context otherwise requires,—

Assign, in relation to this lease, includes—

(a)

Subletting (for more than 2 years), or parting with possession (for more than 2 years) of, the land or any part of the land demised by this lease; but

(b)

Does not include—

(i)

Entering into a sharemilking agreement under which the sharemilker is not a tenant or underlessee of the land; or

(ii)

Granting, pursuant to a right of renewal, a renewal of a sublease in existence on the commencement of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997:

Assignment has a meaning corresponding to the meaning of the term assign

Public valuer has the same meaning as in the Valuers Act 1948

Rent review date means a date as at which the rent payable under this lease is required, by any provision of clause 3, to be reviewed in accordance with clauses 4 to 9

Specified assignee, in relation to the assignment of the lessee’s interest in this lease, has the meaning given to it by clause 2

Spouse, in relation to a lessee or a shareholder or a beneficiary, includes—

(a)

a person who is in a civil union or a de facto relationship with the lessee or shareholder or beneficiary; and

(b)

A spouse of a deceased lessee or shareholder or beneficiary:

spouse: paragraph (a) of this definition was substituted, as from 26 April 2005, by section 7 Relationships (Statutory References) Act 2005 (2005 No 3).

Valuable consideration means a consideration consisting of money

Working day means any day of the week other than—

(a)

Saturday, Sunday, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Labour Day, the Sovereign’s birthday, and Waitangi Day; and

(b)

A day in the period commencing with 25 December in any year and ending with 20 January in the following year.

(2)

In these provisions, unless the context otherwise requires,—

(a)

A reference to a clause is a reference to a clause in these provisions:

(b)

A reference in a clause to a subclause is a reference to a subclause of that clause:

(c)

A reference in a subclause to a paragraph is a reference to a paragraph of that subclause.

2

(1)

In these provisions, unless the context otherwise requires, specified assignee, in relation to the assignment of the lessee’s interest in the lease, means any one or more of the following persons:

(a)

If there is more than one existing lessee, any one or more of the existing lessees:

(b)

If the lessee is a trustee and there is no variation in the terms of the trust, a new or additional trustee:

(c)

A spouse of an existing lessee:

(d)

A child of an existing lessee:

(e)

A company, the only shareholders of which are any one or more of—

(i)

The existing lessee or lessees; or

(ii)

A spouse of an existing lessee; or

(iii)

A child of an existing lessee:

(f)

A trustee of a trust, the only beneficiaries of which are any one or more of—

(i)

The existing lessee or lessees; or

(ii)

A spouse of an existing lessee; or

(iii)

A child of an existing lessee:

(g)

If the existing lessee is a company, any one or more of—

(i)

An existing shareholder (other than a company); or

(ii)

A spouse of an existing shareholder; or

(iii)

A child of an existing shareholder:

(h)

If the existing lessee is a trustee, any one or more of—

(i)

An existing beneficiary; or

(ii)

A spouse of an existing beneficiary; or

(iii)

A child of an existing beneficiary:

(i)

A person who purchases the lessee’s interest in the lease at a public auction, being a public auction conducted—

(i)

By or for a mortgagee pursuant to a power of sale contained in a mortgage; and

(ii)

After the mortgagee has given to the lessor, not less than 20 working days before the auction, notice in writing of the public auction and of the terms and conditions of sale and, where the sale is to be conducted under sections 187 to 198 of the Property Law Act 2007 by a Registrar of the High Court, of the discharge sum nominated by the mortgagee in the application for sale:

(j)

A person who purchases the lessee’s interest in the lease at a public auction (not being a public auction of the kind described in paragraph (i)) on that interest being knocked down to that person at that auction after the lessee has given to the lessor, not less than 20 working days before the auction, notice in writing of the public auction and of the terms and conditions of sale:

(k)

A person who purchases the lessee’s interest—

(i)

After that interest has failed to sell at a public auction of the kind described in paragraph (i) or paragraph (j); and

(ii)

After the lessee or mortgagee has given to the lessor, within 2 working days after the auction, a notice under clause 11 in relation to that interest; and

(iii)

After the lessor has not, by the close of the first working day after the day on which the notice under clause 11 was given, accepted the offer in that notice; and

(iv)

After the person has agreed in writing (not later than the close of the working day immediately following the working day referred to in subparagraph (iii)) to purchase that interest for a consideration not less than the consideration stated in the notice under clause 11 and on terms and conditions not more favourable to that person than the terms and conditions stated in the notice under clause 11.

(2)

For the purposes of the definition of the term specified assignee in subclause (1), the term existing means,—

(a)

In relation to a lessee that is a company or trustee, existing on 21 August 1996:

(b)

In relation to a beneficiary or a shareholder, existing on 21 August 1996:

(c)

In relation to a person that does not come within paragraph (a) or paragraph (b), existing at the commencement of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997.

Schedule 1 clause 2(1)(i)(ii): amended, on 1 January 2008, by section 364(1) of the Property Law Act 2007 (2007 No 91).

Review of annual rent
3

(1)

The rent payable under this lease must, as at the dates specified in this clause, be reviewed, in accordance with clauses 4 to 9.

(2)

If this lease is a lease specified in Part A of Schedule 3 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997, the rent must be reviewed in accordance with clauses 4 to 9 as at—

(a)

The date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date in relation to this lease; and

(b)

Each subsequent date within the term of this lease that is an anniversary of the date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date in relation to this lease, being either—

(i)

A 7th anniversary or any other anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by 7, of the date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date; or

(ii)

Where this lease provided for the review of rent at intervals of less than 7 years, an anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by the number representing the frequency in years of the rent review period in this lease.

(3)

If this lease is a lease granted in renewal of, or in substitution for, an expired lease specified in Part B of Schedule 3 of the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997, the rent must be reviewed in accordance with clauses 4 to 9 as at—

(a)

The date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date in relation to the expired lease; and

(b)

Each subsequent date within the term of this lease that is an anniversary of the date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date in relation to the expired lease, being either—

(i)

A 7th anniversary, or any other anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by 7, of the date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date; or

(ii)

Where the expired lease specified in Part B of Schedule 3 provided for the review of rent at intervals of less than 7 years, an anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by the number representing the frequency in years of the rent review period in that expired lease.

(4)

If this lease is a lease granted in renewal of, or in substitution for, any lease to which subclause (2) or subclause (3) applies, or is a subsequent renewal of a lease so granted, the rent must be reviewed in accordance with clauses 4 to 9 as at each subsequent date within the term of this lease that is an anniversary of the date specified in Schedule 3 as the first rent review date in relation to the lease to which subclause (2) or subclause (3) applies, being either—

(a)

A 7th anniversary, or any other anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by 7, of the date specified in that schedule as the first rent review date; or

(b)

Where the lease to which subclause (2) or subclause (3) applies provided for the review of rent at intervals of less than 7 years, an anniversary, the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by the number representing the frequency in years of the rent review period in that lease.

(5)

Where this lease is renewed and the term of the new lease begins on a rent review date, the rent payable from the commencement of the term of the new lease until the next rent review date is to be calculated in accordance with clauses 4 to 9.

(6)

Where this lease is renewed and the term of the new lease begins on a date other than a rent review date, the rent payable in respect of the period from the commencement of the term of the new lease until the next rent review date is to be the same as the rent payable at the end of this lease.

4

(1)

Not earlier than 6 months before a rent review date and not later than 12 months after a rent review date, either party to this lease may give to the other party notice in writing stating what the party giving the notice considers to be the fair annual rent of the land for the next ensuing period of the term of the lease so that the rent is uniform throughout the whole of that ensuing period.

(2)

For the purposes of this clause, land means land in the state it was in for calculating the unimproved value under Part 3 of the Maori Reserved Land Act 1955.

(3)

For the purposes of this clause, time is of the essence.

(4)

If neither party to this lease has given a notice under this clause, the annual rent payable from a rent review date is to be the same as the annual rent payable immediately before that review date.

5

If the party to this lease that gives a notice under clause 4 does not receive (within 3 months after the date on which the notice is given) a notice from the other party to this lease objecting to the specified annual rent or proposing a different annual rent, the annual rent payable from the rent review date is the annual rent specified in the notice given under clause 4.

6

If the party to this lease that gives a notice under clause 4 does receive (within 3 months after the date on which the notice is given) a notice under clause 4 from the other party to this lease objecting to the specified annual rent or proposing a different annual rent and the parties do not (before the rent review date) agree on an annual rent, the annual rent payable from the rent review date is to be determined in accordance with clauses 32 to 34, but until so determined the annual rent payable from the rent review date is to be the annual rent specified in the notice given by the lessor or, if the lessor has not given a notice specifying an annual rent, then by the lessee.

7

Upon determination of the annual rent payable in accordance with clauses 32 to 34, an appropriate adjustment must be made between the parties; and the lessee will immediately pay to the lessor, or the lessor will immediately refund to the lessee, as the case may require, the amount of the adjustment together with interest calculated from the date of payment or non-payment to the date of the refund or payment, as the case may be.

8

The interest payable under clause 7 is to be paid at the rate prescribed by or under section 87 of the Judicature Act 1908.

9

The annual rent determined under clauses 4 to 6 or clauses 32 to 34 is to be exclusive of goods and services tax, if any, under the Goods and Services Tax Act 1985.

Lessor’s right of first refusal on assignment of lessee’s interest for valuable consideration
10

(1)

Clauses 11 to 14 apply where a lessee proposes to assign for valuable consideration the lessee’s interest in this lease to a third party other than a specified assignee.

(2)

Clauses 11 to 14 also apply to an assignment for valuable consideration by an executor or administrator of a deceased lessee to a third party other than a specified assignee.

11

(1)

The lessee must give the lessor notice in writing—

(a)

Stating the consideration for which the lessee proposes to assign the lessee’s interest in this lease; and

(b)

Stating all the other terms and conditions (including the date of settlement) on which the lessee proposes to assign the lessee’s interest in this lease; and

(c)

Offering to the lessor the first right to take an assignment of the lessee’s interest in this lease for the same consideration and on the same terms and conditions as stated in the notice.

(2)

Subject to clause 31, the terms and conditions stated in the notice must not relate to any personal property other than the lessee’s interest in the lease.

12

The notice given to the lessor under clause 11 must be given—

(a)

Within 10 working days after the date on which the lessee enters into a contract, or agrees on heads of agreement, with the proposed assignee; and

(b)

Not less than 30 working days before the date of settlement specified in the notice.

13

Subject to clause 14, if the lessor does not accept the offer in the notice given under clause 11 within 20 working days after the date on which the notice is given, the lessee may assign the lessee’s interest in this lease to a third party for a consideration not less than the consideration stated in the notice and on terms and conditions not more favourable than the terms and conditions stated in the notice, subject to such consent as may otherwise be required by this lease.

14

The lessee must not assign the lessee’s interest in this lease to a third party, other than a specified assignee, pursuant to clause 13 if more than 3 months has passed since the lessee gave notice to the lessor under clause 11.

Lessor’s right of first refusal on assignment of lessee’s interest for other than valuable consideration
15

(1)

Clauses 16 to 25 apply where a lessee proposes to assign, for other than valuable consideration, the lessee’s interest in this lease to a third party other than a specified assignee.

(2)

Clauses 16 to 25 also apply to an assignment for other than valuable consideration by an executor or administrator of a deceased lessee pursuant to a will or intestacy to a third party other than a specified assignee.

16

The lessee must give the lessor notice in writing offering the lessor the first right to take an assignment of the lessee’s interest in this lease at the market value of that interest determined in accordance with clauses 19 to 25.

17

If the lessor does not accept the offer in the notice given under clause 16 within 30 working days after the date on which the notice is given, the lessee is entitled to assign the lessee’s interest in this lease to a third party, subject to such consent as may otherwise be required by this lease.

18

If the lessor does accept the offer in the notice given under clause 16 within 30 working days after the date on which the notice is given, clauses 19 to 25 apply.

19

(1)

If the lessor and lessee cannot agree on the market value of the lessee’s interest in the lease, the lessor and lessee must, within 20 working days after the date of the lessor’s acceptance of the offer, appoint a public valuer to determine that value.

(2)

If the lessor and lessee cannot agree on the public valuer to be appointed under subclause (1), the lessor and lessee must, within 30 working days after the date of the lessor’s acceptance of the offer, each appoint a public valuer to determine jointly the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease.

20

(1)

The public valuer or valuers, as the case may be, must determine the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease within 1 month of being appointed or, if the public valuers have been appointed on different dates, within 1 month of the second public valuer being appointed.

(2)

Where 2 public valuers have been appointed and they cannot agree on the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease within the time specified in subclause (1), they must appoint another public valuer to determine that value.

(3)

If the valuers cannot agree on the public valuer to be appointed under subclause (2), the lessor or lessee may request the President of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers to appoint a public valuer to determine the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease.

21

A public valuer who determines the market value of the lessee’s interest under clause 20 is to be regarded as acting as an expert.

22

The costs of a public valuer appointed under clause 19 or clause 20 must be borne as follows:

(a)

If the public valuer is appointed jointly by the lessor and lessee, the costs must be borne equally by the lessor and lessee:

(b)

If the public valuer is appointed by the lessor or lessee, the costs must be borne by the lessor or lessee, as the case may be:

(c)

If the public valuer is appointed under clause 20(2) or clause 20(3), the costs must be borne as determined by that public valuer.

23

(1)

The appointment of a public valuer under clause 19 or clause 20 is not to be regarded as a submission to arbitration or an arbitration agreement.

(2)

A public valuer appointed under clause 19 or clause 20 is not to be regarded as an arbitrator, and nothing in the Arbitration Act 1996 applies in respect of the determination by a public valuer or public valuers so appointed of the market value of the lessee’s interest in the lease.

24

Upon determining the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease, the public valuer or public valuers, as the case may be, must give notice in writing to the lessor and lessee of that market value.

25

(1)

Within 20 working days after being notified of the market value of the lessee’s interest in this lease,—

(a)

The lessor must pay to the lessee that market value; and

(b)

The lessee must transfer to the lessor the lessee’s interest in this lease.

(2)

If the market value is not paid by the lessor in accordance with subclause (1) (otherwise than because of any default by the lessee), the lessor must pay to the lessee interest calculated from the date due for payment of the market value to the date of payment of the market value.

(3)

The interest payable under subclause (2) is to be paid at the rate prescribed by or under section 87 of the Judicature Act 1908.

Lessee’s right of first refusal on transfer of lessor’s interest for valuable consideration
26

Clauses 27 to 30 apply where the lessor proposes to transfer for valuable consideration the land that is subject to this lease to a third party other than a person who comes within the preferred classes of alienees under Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993.

27

The lessor must give the lessee notice in writing—

(a)

Stating the consideration for which the lessor proposes to sell the land; and

(b)

Stating all the other terms and conditions (including the date of settlement) on which the lessor proposes to sell the land; and

(c)

Offering to the lessee the first right to purchase the land for the same consideration and on the same terms and conditions as stated in the notice.

28

The notice given to the lessee under clause 27 must be given not less than 30 working days before the date of settlement specified in the notice.

29

Subject to clause 30, if the lessee does not accept the offer in the notice given under clause 27 within 20 working days after the date on which the notice is given, the lessor may transfer the land that is subject to this lease to a third party for a price not less than the price stated in the notice and on terms and conditions not more favourable than the terms and conditions stated in the notice.

30

The lessor must not transfer the land that is subject to this lease to a third party pursuant to clause 29 if more than 3 months has passed since the lessor gave notice to the lessee under clause 27.

Contiguous land
31

Where—

(a)

The lessor and lessee are the lessor and lessee of land demised under another lease or leases to which the Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act 1997 applies; and

(b)

The land demised under this lease and the land demised under the other lease or leases—

(i)

Are contiguous; and

(ii)

Form an economic unit,—

clauses 10 to 30 of these provisions apply to the land and leases together and not separately.

Disputes
32

Clauses 33 and 34 apply if any dispute or difference arises between the lessor and the lessee relating to clauses 1 to 31, other than a dispute or difference to which clauses 19 to 25 apply.

33

(1)

The dispute or difference must first be submitted to mediation.

(2)

Mediation may be initiated by either the lessor or lessee giving notice in writing to the other requesting that the dispute or difference be submitted to mediation.

(3)

If, within 10 working days of mediation being initiated, the lessor and lessee cannot agree on a mediator or the terms of mediation or both, then either the lessor or lessee may request the President of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand Incorporated to appoint the mediator or settle the terms of mediation or both, as the case may be.

(4)

The costs of mediation are to be borne as determined by the mediator.

34

If the dispute or difference has not been settled by mediation within 30 working days (or such longer period as the lessor and lessee may agree) after the appointment of a mediator, the dispute or difference must be submitted to arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Act 1996.

Schedule 2 Compensation payable to lessors and lessees

Sections 3(3), 13, 16, 21

1

In this schedule, unless the context otherwise requires,—

Compensation period means the period of 50 years beginning on the commencement of this Act

Current rent means the annual rent a lessee is paying on the commencement of this Act, divided by 12

Current unimproved value means the current unimproved value of the land that is subject to a lease to which this Act applies, being—

(a)

The current unimproved value of the land determined by the Valuer-General as at 31 December 1995; or

(b)

Where the rent payable under the lease has been reviewed, and the current unimproved value of the land has been determined for the purposes of the review, as at a date after 31 December 1995 and before 1 January 1998, the current unimproved value so determined, reduced by the land inflation rate applied on a monthly basis back to 31 December 1995:

Discount rate means the monthly rate calculated in accordance with the following formula

part of formula

— _________________ — | / (9.8 x (1–TR) | | 12 / 1 + (___________) | –1 | \/ ( ) | — ( 100 ) —

where

TR

means the taxation rate:

Estimated unimproved value, in relation to a month in the compensation period, means the value determined in accordance with the following formula

part of formula

( _________) CUV x (12 / 1 + LIR ) n ( \/ )

where

CUV

means the current unimproved value; and

LIR

means the land inflation rate; and

n

is the number of months since 31 December 1995 in respect of which the estimated unimproved value is being determined:

Existing review date means,—

(a)

In respect of a lease specified in Part A of Schedule 3, the day after the expiry date of the lease and the day after the expiry date of any subsequent renewal:

(b)

In respect of a lease specified in Part B of Schedule 3, the day after the expiry date of any new lease to which the lessee is entitled under the expired lease and the day after the expiry date of any subsequent renewal:

First rent review date means, in relation to a lease specified in Schedule 3, the date specified in Schedule 3 as the first rent review date in relation to that lease

Land inflation rate has the meaning given to it by clause 2(1)

Land type and location means the following land types and locations

(a)

Auckland—urban commercial, urban residential, and urban industrial:

(b)

Nelson—urban commercial, urban residential, rural dairy, rural pastoral, and rural horticultural:

(c)

Palmerston North—urban commercial and urban residential:

(d)

Rotorua—urban commercial and urban residential:

(e)

Taranaki—urban residential, rural dairy, and rural pastoral:

(f)

Wellington—urban commercial, urban residential, and rural dairy:

(g)

West Coast (South Island)—urban commercial, urban residential, urban industrial, rural dairy, and rural pastoral:

(h)

Any other location not specified in paragraphs (a) to (g) of this definition—urban commercial, urban residential, urban industrial, rural dairy, and rural pastoral:

Market rent rate has the meaning given to it by clause 3(1)

Prescribed rent rate means the percentage specified in subsection (1) or subsection (2) of section 34 of the principal Act, as the case may be

Subsequent rent review date means, in relation to a lease specified in Schedule 3 or any subsequent renewal of that lease, each date that—

(a)

Is a 7th anniversary, or other anniversary the number of which is divisible, without remainder, by 7, of the date specified in Schedule 3 as the first rent review date in relation to that lease; and

(b)

Falls within the compensation period:

Taxation rate means,—

(a)

In relation to lessees of urban residential land, 24%:

(b)

In relation to lessees of land that is not urban residential land, 33%:

(c)

In relation to lessors, 25%.

2

(1)

For the purposes of this schedule, the land inflation rate means the land inflation rate for each land type and location as set out in the following table:

Land Inflation Rates (%)
LocationRural DairyRural HorticulturalRural PastoralUrban CommercialUrban IndustrialUrban Residential
AucklandN/AN/AN/A2.502.502.50
Nelson2.002.001.902.152.152.15
Palmerston NorthN/AN/AN/A2.25N/A2.25
RotoruaN/AN/AN/A2.15N/A2.15
Taranaki2.252.002.00N/AN/A1.50
Wellington2.00N/AN/A2.00N/A2.00
West Coast (South Island)2.00N/A1.901.751.751.75
Other2.00N/A1.751.501.501.50

N/A means that there are no applicable leases of that land type in that location.

(2)

The land inflation rates must be taken into account in determining the estimated unimproved value.

3

(1)

For the purposes of this schedule, the market rent rate means the market rent rate for each land type and location as set out in the following table:

Market Rent Rates (%)
LocationRural DairyRural HorticulturalRural PastoralUrban CommercialUrban IndustrialUrban Residential
AucklandN/AN/AN/A5.755.755.50
Nelson5.805.805.807.25N/A5.45
Palmerston NorthN/AN/AN/A7.00N/A5.25
RotoruaN/AN/AN/A7.25N/A5.25
Taranaki4.755.004.505.00N/A5.00
Wellington4.75N/AN/A7.00N/A6.00
West Coast (South Island)4.75N/A4.506.756.755.00
Other4.755.004.505.005.004.00

N/A means that there are no applicable leases of that land type in that location.

(2)

The market rent rates must be taken into account in determining the estimated market rent.

Calculation of estimated prescribed rent and estimated market rent for lessors and lessees
4

For the purposes of this schedule, the estimated prescribed rent for each month in the compensation period is:

(a)

For the period from the beginning of the compensation period to the first existing review date, the current rent:

(b)

For the period from one existing review date until the next existing review date, the prescribed rent rate multiplied by the estimated unimproved value, as at the existing review date at the beginning of the period, divided by 12:

(c)

For the period from the last existing review date in the compensation period until the end of the compensation period, the prescribed rent rate multiplied by the estimated unimproved value, as at that last existing review date, divided by 12:

(d)

Where the first existing review date or any next existing review date is not the first day of a month, the review date for the purpose of the monthly calculations is deemed to be the first day of the month immediately following any such first existing review date or next existing review date.

5

For the purpose of calculating the compensation payable in accordance with this schedule, the estimated market rent that would be payable to the lessor for each month in the compensation period must be determined as follows:

(a)

In respect of each month in the period from the beginning of the compensation period until the 7th anniversary of the commencement of the compensation period, the estimated market rent is the estimated unimproved value, as at the commencement of the compensation period, multiplied by the market rent rate and divided by 12:

(b)

In respect of each month in each subsequent period of 7 years, the estimated market rent is the estimated unimproved value, as at the beginning of the period, multiplied by the market rent rate and divided by 12:

(c)

In respect of each month in the final year of the compensation period, the estimated market rent is the estimated unimproved value, as at the beginning of the final year, multiplied by the market rent rate and divided by 12.

6

For the purpose of calculating the compensation payable in accordance with this schedule, the estimated market rent that would be payable by the lessee for each month in the compensation period must be determined as follows:

(a)

In respect of each month in the period from the beginning of the compensation period until the first rent review date, the estimated market rent must be determined in accordance with clause 4(a):

(b)

In respect of each month in each period of 7 years beginning on the first rent review date or any subsequent rent review date, the estimated market rent is the estimated unimproved value, as at the subsequent rent review date on which the period begins, multiplied by the market rent rate and divided by 12:

(c)

In respect of each month in the period beginning on the last subsequent rent review date and ending with the close of the compensation period, the estimated market rent is the estimated unimproved value, as at the last subsequent rent review date, multiplied by the market rent rate and divided by 12:

(d)

Where the first existing review date or any next existing review date is not the first day of a month, the review date for the purpose of the monthly calculations is deemed to be the first day of the month immediately following any such first existing review date or next existing review date.

Compensation payable to lessors
7

Compensation payable to a lessor must be determined in accordance with clauses 8 to 11.

8

For each month in the compensation period, deduct from the estimated market rent for the lessor determined in accordance with clause 5 the estimated market rent for the lessee determined in accordance with clause 6.

9

For each month in the compensation period, multiply the result of the calculation under clause 8 by (1- TR). TR is the taxation rate in relation to lessors.

10

Calculate the aggregate of the calculations made under clause 9 according to the following formula:

part of formula

0 n – — \ (Clause 9) i \ ___________ / ( DR ) i / (1 + — —) — — ( 100) i = 0

where

DR

is the discount rate; and

Clause 9

represents the value of the cashflow calculations in clause 9 for each month of the compensation period; and

i

represents the applicable month in the compensation period from month 0 to month 599; and

n

represents the number of months in the compensation period; and (1+ DR/100)i represents the applicable discount factor for each month of the compensation period.

11

The compensation payable to the lessor is—

(a)

The amount that is the result of the calculation under clause 10; plus

(b)

The amount that constitutes compensation for the conditions imposed by this Act on the transfer by the lessor of the land that is subject to the lease, which amount is 1% of the amount specified in paragraph (a).

Compensation payable to lessees
12

Compensation payable to a lessee must be determined in accordance with clauses 13 to 16.

13

For each month in the compensation period, deduct from the estimated market rent for the lessee determined in accordance with clause 6 the estimated prescribed rent calculated in accordance with clause 4.

14

Except for urban residential leases, for each month in the compensation period, multiply the result of the calculation under clause 13 by (1-TR). TR is the taxation rate in relation to lessees of land that is not urban residential land.

15

Calculate the aggregate of the calculations made under clause 13 or clause 14 (as appropriate) according to the following formula:

part of formula

n – — \ (Clause 13 or 14)i \ __________________ / ( DR )i / (1 + — — — ) — — ( 100 ) i = 0

where

DR

is the discount rate; and

Clause 13

represents the value of the cashflow calculations in clause 13 (in relation to urban residential leases) for each month of the compensation period; and

Clause 14

represents the value of the cashflow calculations in clause 14 (in relation to all leases that are not urban residential leases) for each month of the compensation period; and

i

represents the applicable month in the compensation period from month 0 to month 599; and

n

represents the number of months in the compensation period; and (1 + DR/100)i represents the applicable discount factor for each month of the compensation period.

16

The compensation payable to the lessee is—

(a)

The amount that is the result of the calculation under clause 15; plus

(b)

The amount that constitutes compensation for the conditions imposed by this Act on the assignment of the lessee’s interest in the lease, which amount is 1% of the amount specified in paragraph (a).

Schedule 3 Existing leases to which, and expired leases in respect of which, this Act applies

Sections 4, 5, 11, 14, 16, 25, 26, 28, 29

Schedule 3 Part A was amended, as from 30 June 1998, by clauses 2 to 7 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act Schedule 3 Order 1998 (SR 1998/169) by inserting the item “Rapana-Robin”, and by amending the items relating to the Maori Trust Office, Potaka Whanau Development Trust, Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust, Wellington Tenths Trust, and the Mawhera Incorporation.

Schedule 3 Part B was amended, as from 30 June 1998, by clause 8 Maori Reserved Land Amendment Act Schedule 3 Order 1998 (SR 1998/169) by amending the item relating to the Parininihi Ki Waitotara Incorporation.

The leases in this schedule are organised in alphabetical order according to their general location. After each general location is the lessor’s name.

Part A: Existing leases to which this Act appliesPage
Auckland
Maori Trust Office36
Nelson
Rore Lands Limited36
Wakatu Incorporation36
Others
Maori Trust Office45
Te Ata i Rangi Kaahu59
Palmerston North
Palmerston North Reserves Trust59
Rotorua
Others63
Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust63
Tiki te Kohu Ruamano Trust64
Taranaki
Parininihi ki Waitotara Incorporation64
Wellington
Wellington Tenths Trust77
West Coast (South Island)
Mawhera Incorporation80
Part B: Expired Leases in Respect of Which this Act Applies
Nelson
Waktu Incorporation104
Rotorua
Tiki te Kohu Ruamano Trust104
Taranaki
Parininihi ki Waitotara Incorporation104
Wellington
Wellington Tenths Trust105
West Coast (South Island)
Mawhera Incorporation106
Land types and land locations
Each lease in this schedule has had a land type and location assigned to it. The first 2 letters of the abbreviated land type and location refer to the land type, and the other letters refer to the location as follows:
Land Types
UCUrban Commercial
URUrban Residential
UIUrban Industrial
RDRural Dairy
RPRural Pastoral
RHRural Horticultural
Land Locations
AAuckland
NDNelson
PNDPalmerston North
RDRotorua
TDTaranaki
WDWellington
WCSIWest Coast (South Island)
OOther locations not within the above locations

A Existing leases to which this Act applies

Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
Auckland
Maori Trust Office
28124.11Lot 1 DP 19264 PT Allot 9 and 4 Sec 12 City of AucklandCT 1692/80Auckland City6/08/2002UCA7/08/2001
29431Lots 1-13 Allot DP 19623 DP 30295 Allot 11 Sec 20 Onehunga TownshipCT 646/126Onehunga31/03/2003UIA1/04/2002
25888Lots 5, 6 and 7 DP 19624 Allot 9 PT Allot 4 Sec 12 City of AucklandCT 1692/80Auckland City30/06/2001UCA1/07/2001
25890Lot 4 DP 19624 PT Allot 4 Sec 12 City of AucklandCT 1692/80Auckland City30/06/2001UCA1/07/2001
B021176.1Lot 1 DP 19627 Portion of Allot 19 Sec 9 City of AucklandCT 478/172Auckland City2/08/2002UCA3/08/2001
26174Lot 2 DP 19624 PT Allot 4 Sec 12 City of AucklandCT 1692/80Auckland City30/06/2001UCA1/07/2001
25889Lot 3 DP 19624 PT Allot 4 Sec 12 City of Auckland1692/80Auckland City30/06/2001URA1/07/2001
Nelson
Rore Lands Limited
331767.1Lot 24 DP 15125A/638, 10C/1229Motueka31/03/2014RPND1/04/2004
365251.1Lot 10 DP42895A/28, 12B/239Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
347396.1Lot 15 DP 15115A/637, 11B/1161Motueka31/08/2014RHND1/09/2004
366475.1Lot 7 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/25, 12B/398Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
365670.1Lot 2 DP 42895A/20, 4D/884Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
366123.1Lot 5 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/23, 12B/350Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
365230.1Lot 3 DP42895A/21, 12B/253Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
366570.1Lot 15 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/33, 12B/361Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
19.12.96Lot 8 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/26, 4D/912Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
220375.1Lot 14 DP 15115A/636, 6C/308Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
368670.1Lot 1 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/19, 12B/853Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
365499.1Lot 14 DP 4289 Pt Sec 1615A/32, 12B/290Motueka31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
Wakatu Incorporation
172134.1Lots 3, 7, 8 DP 45665C/293Nelson31/12/2017URND1/01/2004
184859.1Pt Lot 29 DP 1599 R Sec 16010C/1115Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
185244.1Pt Sec 160 Pt DP 166410C/1121Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
183907.1Lot 6 DP 2695 Pt Sec 1655A/1184Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184208.1Lot 1 DP 2695 Pt Sec 1655A/1180Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
192334.1Pt Lot 27 DP 159910C/1113Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
183736.3Lot 8 DP 3339 Pt Sec 1615A/1239Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
270447.2Pt Lots 9,10 DP 1575105/10Motueka31/12/2007UCND1/01/2002
191765.1Sec 136 DP 153558/12Motueka30/06/98RHND1/07/2001
178951.1Lot 4 DP 155310D/1029Motueka31/12/2017RHND1/01/2004
184494.1Lot 1 DP 112826C/1356Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
195376.1Lot 2, 3 DP 64613C/1207Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
191520.1Pt Sec 71 DP 1491 Sec 734B/796Moutere30/06/98RHND1/07/2001
201616.1Lot 2 DP 1539 Pt Sec 16286/105Nelson31/12/99UCND1/01/2001
193316.1Lot 6 DP 150710D/913Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
229159.1Lot 3 DP 3629 Pt Sec 163145/12Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
184860.1Lot 28 DP 1599 Pt Sec 16010C/1114Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184494.1Lot 2 DP 112826C/1357Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184207.1Lot 4 DP 2588 Pt Sec 184136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
195471.1Pt Lot 4 DP 1525 Pt Sec 16810D/208Motueka31/12/98URND1/01/2001
216651.1Lot 3 DP 1481 Pt Sec 165168/83Motueka30/06/2001RHND1/07/2001
190780.1Lot 2 DP 4661 Pt Sec 41753/230Nelson28/02/99URND1/03/2001
211908.1Lots 1, 2 DP 2745 Lot 1 DP 6564 Pt Sec 152129/15Nelson30/06/2001UCND1/07/2001
196033.1Pt DP 1491 Sec 151 Blk XI Motueka Survey District4B/798Moutere30/06/99RHND1/07/2001
192757.1Lot 1 DP 1886 Pt Sec 17788/141Nelson30/06/99UCND1/07/2001
194856.1Lot 2 DP 188688/141Nelson29/06/99UCND30/06/2001
191203.1Lot 12 DP 1525 Blk IV Mouteka Survey District5C/283Motueka31/12/98URND1/01/2001
210737.1Sec 82 Pt Sec 79 & 80 DP 1601 Blk X Kaiteriteri Survey District1A/426Motueka30/06/2001RPND1/07/2001
229707.1Lot 1 DP 1539 Pt Sec 16286/105Nelson30/06/2003UCND1/07/2002
205797.1Lot 3 DP 1985 Pt Sec 163145/9Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
200853.2Lot 1 DP 2439 Pt Sec 16310C/593Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
208933.1Pt Lot 1 DP 2050 Lot 1 DP 4916 Pt Sec 163145/9Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
205797.2Lot 2 DP 2050 Pt Sec 163145/9Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
208097.1Lot 2 & Pt Lot 1 DP 3963 Pt Sec 1656B/609Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
205804.2Lot 8 DP 2734 Pt Sec 26711C/602Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
205655.1Lot 4 DP 2742 Pt Sec 26511C/599Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
206511.1Pt Lot 1 DP 39636B/609Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
208521.1Lot 2 DP 2436 Pt Sec 26511C/599Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
206570.1Lot 3 DP 2436 Pt Sec 26511C/599Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
209523.1Lot 1 DP 1512 Pt Sec 18211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
197458.1Lot 1 DP 1650 BLk III Motueka Survey District58/75Motueka31/12/99RPND1/01/2001
228416.1Lot 9 DP 3022 Pt Sec 7101A/791Nelson31/08/2003URND1/09/2002
198393.3Lot 6 DP 4400 Pt Sec 582134/98Nelson30/06/99URND1/07/2001
206571.2Pt Lot 3 DP 1460 All DP 3482 Pt Sec 152129/15Nelson30/06/2001UCND1/07/2001
269275.3Lot 2 DP 3216 Pt Sec 16010D/921Motueka31/12/2006UCND1/01/2002
211912.1Lot 8 DP 1512 Pt Sec 18211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
193058.1Lots 2, 3 DP 6363127/94Motueka30/06/99UCND1/07/2001
217059.1Lot 5 DP 1512 Pt Sec 18211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
213731.1Lot 1 DP 2999165/32Nelson30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
209524.1Pt Lot 3 DP 1512 Pt Sec 18211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
210714.1Lot 3 DP 3541 Pt Sec 188158/13Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
210738.1Lot 7 DP 1512 Pt Sec 18211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
210713.1Lot 4 DP 3541158/13Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
215615.1Lot 5 DP 3188 Pt Sec 283165/32Nelson28/02/2002URND1/03/2001
211909.1Pt Sec 79 DP 16011A/426Motueka30/06/2001RHND1/07/2001
233629.3Lot 5 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
260919.1Lot 1 DP 6973 Pt Sec 212B/119Motueka31/12/2006RHND1/01/2002
240347.1Lot 3 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
252165.1Lot 3 DP 4650 Pt Sec 16111C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
205874.1Lot 3 DP 1539610A/838Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
234216.1Lots 3, 11 DP 3022 Pt Sec 710 & 1181A/791, 90/51Nelson31/08/2003URND1/09/2002
198393.1Lot 3 DP 4863134/98Nelson30/06/99URND1/07/2001
229352.1Lot 6 DP 3022 Pt Sec 7101A/791Nelson31/08/2003URND1/09/2002
257122.1Lot 5 DP 1511 R Sec 1635B/1153Motueka31/12/2003RHND1/01/2002
234710.1Lot 2 DP 1621 Pt Sec 146 & 14711C/219Motueka31/12/2003RPND1/01/2002
231457.1Lot 7 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
231457.2Lot 6 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
338205.5Lot 1 DP 4767 Lot 1 DP 4891105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
233629.2Lot 4 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
338205.1Pts Lot 2, 3 DP 4496 Lot 3 DP 4891105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
250868.1Lot 3 DP 1539 Pt Sec 16286/105Nelson31/12/2005UCND1/01/2002
254478.1Lots 1, 2 DP 4157 Pt Lot 1 DP 2535 Pt Sec 16010C/781Motueka31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
243711.1Sec 20, Pt Sec 28 Sq 15 Blk V B Onetaua Survey District69/118Onetaua30/06/2005RDND1/07/2002
250709.1Lot 1 DP 724610C/781Motueka31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
234911.1Pt DP 2863 Pt Sec 16010C/1106Motueka31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
234323.1Lots 112,113 DP 2619 Pt Sec 14411C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
239163.1Lot 2 DP 2420 Pt Sec 2487A/203Nelson31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
235722.1Lot 10 DP 2619 Pt Sec 1475A/9Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
232444.1Lot 1 DP 6944 Pt Sec 1635B/1153Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
233609.1Lot 127 DP 2619 Pt Sec 14411C/1004Motueuka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
260140.1Lot 9 DP 1514 Blk III Motueka Survey District5C/280Motueka30/06/2004RHND1/07/2002
252611.1Lot 13 DP 15145C/280Motueka30/06/2004RHND1/07/2002
233629.1Lot 2 DP 2508 Pt Sec 2275C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
256637.1All DP 1758 R Sec 1825C/287Motueka31/12/2006URND1/01/2002
192752.1Lot 1 DP 64613C/1206Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
272367.1Pt Lot 1 DP 15375C/297Nelson30/06/2008UCND1/07/2003
250742.1Lot 4 DP 1471 Pt Sec 41653/230Nelson31/12/2005URND1/01/2002
259089.1Lot 1 DP 1539610A/836Nelson30/06/2006UCND1/07/2002
255488.1Lot 1 DP 1408 Pt Sec 15910B/64Nelson30/06/2006UCND1/07/2002
253701.1Lot 5 DP 2280 Pt Sec 94611C/604Nelson30/06/2006URND1/07/2002
206571.1Pt Lot 4 DP 2745 Pt Sec 152129/15Nelson30/06/2001UCND1/07/2001
269275.2Pt Lot 1 DP 3216 Pt Sec 16010D/921Motueka31/12/2006UCND1/01/2002
194857.1Lot 2 DP 44375A/1199Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
260056.1Pt Lot 23 DP 1599 Pt Sec 16010C/789Motueka31/12/2006UCND1/01/2002
269275.1Lot 20 DP 1599 Pt Sec 16010D/921Motueka31/12/2006URND1/01/2002
269984.1Lot 1 DP 4699 Pt Sec 9114B/809Nelson31/12/2007URND1/01/2002
258110.2Lot 3 DP 15746 Pt Sec 16010B/278Motueka31/12/2006URND1/01/2002
200300.1Lot 1 DP 3180 Lot 5 DP 3194 Pt Sec 3075C/412Nelson30/06/99URND1/07/2001
226597.1Lot 6 DP 1538 Pt Sec 17788/141Nelson31/12/2002UCND1/01/2001
272367.1Pt Lot 1 DP 15375C/297Nelson30/06/2008UCND1/07/2003
242605.1Lot 2 DP 6349 Pt Sec 1571B/64Motueka31/12/2004RPND1/01/2002
272367.1Pt Lot 1 DP 15375C/297Nelson30/06/2008UCND1/07/2003
273029.1Lot 4 DP 2713 Pt Sec 5985C/295Nelson30/06/2008URND1/07/2003
293875.1Lots 7, 8, 11 DP 15145C/280Motueka31/05/2010RHND1/06/2003
318444.1Pt Lot 12 DP 150710A/1085Motueka31/10/2010RPND1/11/2003
322627.1Pt DP 1651 Blk VII Motueka Survey District113/169Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
321976.1Lot 3 DP 43745C/290Nelson19/07/2013URND20/07/2003
342295.1Lot 25 DP 15123A/950Motueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
328254.3Lot 3 DP 3839 Pt Lot 1 DP 1816105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
328254.1Pt Lot 13 DP 1575 All DP 2473105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
258110.1Lot 4 DP 15746 Pt Sec 16010B/280Motueka31/12/2006URND1/01/2002
332367.1Lot 1 DP 3410 Lot 1 DP 456910D/863Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
330808.1Lot 13 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
191518.1Lot 2 DP 32811A/293Nelson31/01/99UCND1/02/2001
1839091Sec 44 Sq 15 Blk I Pakawau Survey District49/300Taura30/06/98RPND1/07/2001
338205.3Lot 1 DP 4496105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
328296.1Pt Lot 5 DP 1575 Lot 6 DP 28853D/1234Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
327880.1Lot 2 DP 232210B/1141Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
328614.1Lot 6 DP 159910B/1141Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
328871.1Lot 1 DP 53373C/1205Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
329067.1Lot 3 DP 52107A/1215Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
331630.1Lot 1 DP 4344145/12Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
340694.1Pt Lot 19 DP 151210D/865Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
349644.1Pt Sec K Blk XIV Pakawau Survey District18/95Aorere31/12/2015RDND1/01/2004
327924.1Lot 29 DP 46503D/1247Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
333696.1Lot 14 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
328049.1Lot 1 DP 57093C/1363Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
332984.1Lot 9 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
327691.1Lot 9 DP 1599114/66Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
329233.1Lot 27 DP 46503D/1245Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
332384.1Lot 5 DP 159910C/1124Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
328903.1Pt Lot 34 DP 159910B/1141Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
331082.1Lot 1 DP 79573D/1080Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
332381.1Lot 8 DP 159910C/1108Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
342501.1Lot 25 DP 46503D/1243Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
331280.1Lot 2 DP 68093D/1236Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
329227.1Lot 2 DP 52107A/1215Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
192753.1Pt Lot 17 DP 15065A/1272Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
332141.1Lot 26 DP 46503D/1244Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
332057.1All DP 323710D/862Motueka31/08/2014URND1/09/2004
338063.1Pt Lots 2, 3 DP 49485C/705Motueka31/12/2014URND1/01/2004
340439.1Lot 4 DP 494810D/860Motueka31/12/2014URND1/01/2004
330614.1Lot 6 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
338204.1Lot 2 DP 154810D/859Motueka31/12/2014UCND1/01/2004
332142.1Lot 2 DP 265110C/744Motueka31/08/2014URND1/09/2004
332983.1Lot 1 DP 265110C/744Motueka31/08/2014URND1/09/2004
340124.1Lot 12 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
340899.1Lot 2 DP 447610C/744Motueka31/08/2014URND1/09/2004
330822.1Lot 5 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
344034.1Lot 1 DP 83034B/499Nelson31/03/2015UCND1/04/2004
331719.1Lot 11 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
338373.1Lot 1 DP 6168 Lot 20 DP 151210D/864Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
331154.1Lot 1 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
334021.1Lot 2 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
341366.1Lot 1 DP 52713D/1193Motueka30/06/2015RHND1/07/2004
352753.1Sec 111 Blk VI Kaiteriteri Survey District5C/273Motueka30/06/2015RHND1/07/2004
352946.3Lots 8, 9 DP 55196B/87Motueka30/06/2016UCND1/07/2004
179821Sec 58 All DP 1368 Blk III Cloudy Bay Survey District39/221Tuamarina28/02/2016RPND29/02/2004
284487.1Lot 3 DP 14893D/793Motueka30/06/2008RPND1/07/2003
352946.1Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 DP 5519 Lots 1, 2 DP 44426B/87Motueka30/06/2016UCND1/07/2004
178950.1Lot 3 DP 155310D/1029Motueka31/12/2017RPND1/01/2004
360696.1Lots 4, 9 10 DP 45665C/293Nelson30/09/2016URND1/10/2004
365224.1Lot 2 DP 501610D/862Motueka30/06/2017URND1/07/2004
364755.1Lot 6 DP 509811C/426Motueka31/10/2017URND1/11/2004
166910.1Lot 10 DP 15145C/281Motueka31/10/2016RHND1/11/2004
231522.5Lots 4, 5, 6 DP 153986/105Nelson30/11/2003UCND1/12/2002
332143.1Lot 15 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
183734.4Lot 3 DP 44375A/1200Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
329514.1Lot 2 DP 4344l45/12Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
192029.1Lot 9 DP 44375A/l205Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
191767.1Lot 8 DP 2588136/84Motueka3O/06/98URND1/07/2001
184974.1Pt Lot 25 DP 159910D/lO91Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
210649.1,212731.2Lot 4 DP 44375A/1201Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
183737.1Lot 2 DP 26955A/1181Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184707.1Pt Lot 26 DP 159910D/1092Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
191102.1Lot 4 DP 64613C/1219Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
191516.1Lot 1 DP 44375A/1198Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184973.2Lot 2 DP 2588136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
184973.1Lot 1 DP 2588136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
194027.1Lot 2 DP 4400l34/98Nelson30/06/99URND1/07/2001
183734.1Lot 5 DP 44375A/1202Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
201445.1Lot 7 DP 1539610A/839Nelson30/06/99UCND1/07/2001
263521.6Pt Lot 7 DP 159910C/1107Motueka30/09/2005URND1/10/2002
193059.1Lot 3 DP 574112A/808Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
263521.6Pt Lot 7 DP 159910C/1107Motueka30/09/2005URND1/10/2002
248959.4Lot 1 DP 269611B/656Motueka30/06/2005URND1/07/2002
184709.1Lot 5 DP 2588136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
241079.1Lot 1 DP 4776 Pt Sec 18310C/587Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
210649,1,212731.3Lot 4 DP 44375A/1201Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
183734.3Lot 8 DP 44375A/1204Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
248959.4Lot 1 DP 269611B/656Motueka30/06/2005URND1/07/2002
270447.1Lots 1, 2, 3 DP 4992105/10Motueka31/12/2007UCND1/01/2002
263521.6Pt Lot 7 DP 159910C/1107Motueka30/09/2005URND1/10/2002
194858.1Lot 7 DP 2588136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
183734.2Lot 10 DP 44375A/1206Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
193758.3Pt Lot 6 DP 152510D/208Motueka31/12/98URND1/01/2001
340857.1Lot 1 DP 68093D/l235Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
207742.1Lot 12 Dp 5819154/96Nelson31/12/98URND1/01/2001
191538.2Pt Sec 4 DP 418612A/808Motueka30/06/98RHND1/07/2001
191538.3Pt Lot 13 DP 160012A/808Motueka30/06/98RHND1/07/2001
189833.1Lot 9 DP 15255C/283Motueka31/12/98RHND1/01/2001
189833.2Lot 11 DP 15255C/283Motueka3l/12/98RHND1/01/2001
192027.1Lot 7 DP 152510D/208Motueka31/12/98RHND1/01/2001
192027.2Lot 1 DP 152510D/208Motueka31/12/98RHND1/01/2001
192027.3Lot 5, Lot 8 DP 152510D/208Motueka31/12/98RHND1/01/2001
196366.1Lot 1 DP 58085C/283Motueka3l/12/98RHND1/01/2001
192026.1Lot 10 DP 15255C/283Motueka31/12/98RPND1/01/2001
191522.1Lot 13 DP 15255C/283Motueka31/12/98URND1/01/2001
192754.1Lot 2 DP 58085C/283Motueka31/12/98UCND1/01/2001
191428.1Lot 2 DP 325612A/808Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
211914.1Lots 2, 3, 4 DP 2792139/78Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
193758.2Pt DP 369410D/208Motueka31/12/98UCND1/01/2001
263521.6Pt Lot 7 DP 159910C/1107Motueka30/09/2005UCND1/01/2001
194026.3Lot 7 DP 5819154/96Nelson31/12/98URND1/01/2001
211914.2Lot 1 DP 2792139/78Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
192755.1Lot 5 DP 25031A/293Nelson31/01/99URND1/02/2001
192182.1Lot 3 DP 25031A/293Nelson31/01/99URND1/02/2001
330809.1Lot 2 DP 43641D/610Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
230141.1Lot 3 DP 1426 Pt Sec 7101A/791Nelson31/08/2003URND1/09/2002
192559.1Lot 2 DP 25031A/293Nelson31/01/99URND1/02/2001
194860.1Lot 4 DP 25031A/293Nelson31/01/99URND1/02/2001
194028.1Pt DP 155058/15Motueka30/06/99RPND1/07/2001
193758.1Part Lot 2 DP 152510D/208Motueka31/12/98RPND1/01/2001
209604.1Lot 2 DP 15115B/1153Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
283614.1Lot 3 DP 166258/76Motueka31/12/2006RHND1/01/2002
196979.1Lot 3 DP 1650 Blk III Motueka Survey District58/75Motueka31/12/99RPND1/07/2001
201020.1Lot 1 DP 79673D/1038Motueka30/06/2000RPND1/07/2001
201019.1All DP 41845C/280Motueka30/06/2000URND1/07/2001
341023.1Lot 1 DP 1651110C/1296Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
268679.1Lot 1 DP 2926 Lot 4 DP 29785C/276Mouteka31/12/2005UCND1/01/2002
202051.1Pt Lot 2 DP 198510C/593Motueka3/10/2000RHND4/10/2001
204541.1All DP 342210C/593Motueka3/10/2000RHND4/10/2001
211863.1Lot 1 DP 1985145/9Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
200853.1Pt Lot 2 DP 243910C/593Motueka3/10/2000URND4/10/2001
205351.1Lot 13 DP 1511145/14Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
205350.1Lot 1 DP 263511C/599Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
234238.1Lot 28 DP 261912B/217Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
205803.1Lot 3 DP 97375B/429Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
220512.1Pt Lots 1, 2 DP 1481168/83 5C/286Motueka31/12/2001RHND1/01/2001
248470.1DP 138451/197Nelson31/12/2005UCND1/01/2002
210736.1Lot 1 DP 100055B/930Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
233793.1Lot 106 DP 261912B/75Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
209327.4Lot 1 DP 106495D/1039Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
269594.1Lot 2 DP 118338A/928Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
204350.1DP 2883 Lot 15B/1153Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
205252.1Lot 12 DP 14816B/609Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
215000.1Lot 11 DP 14816B/6O9Moteuka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
212269.1Lot 1 DP 118338A/927Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
215262.1Lot 7 DP 273411C/602Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
205803.1Lot 3 DP 97375B/429Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
340798.1Lot 4 DP 1662 Lot 5 DP 153458/176, 143/4Motueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
209327.5Lot 2 DP 106495D/1040Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
204349.1Lot 1 DP 5649139/79Motueka31/12/2000URND11/01/2001
210715.1Lot 2 DP 552210D/924Motueka31/12/2001URND1/01/2001
216543.2Lot 5 DP 1600 Pt Sec 2 Blk III Motueka Survey District139/79Motueka30/06/2002RPND1/07/2001
205182.1Lot 2 DP 5649139/79Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
209059.1Lot 5 DP 1514121/136Motueka30/06/2001RHND1/07/2001
217019.1Pt DP 1491 Sec 137, 138 Blk XV Motueka Survey District55/174Moutere30/06/2001RPND1/07/2001
209401.1Lot 3 DP 46441A/426Motueka30/06/2001RPND1/07/2001
210348.2Lot 16. Pt Lot 17, DP 1513 Lot 2 DP 3514158/13Motueka30/06/2001RPND1/07/2001
206571.3Sec 1197 of Pt Sec 152 Pt Lot 4 DP 1460129/15Nelson30/06/2001UCND1/07/2001
213167.1Pt Lot 3 DP 151211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
213167.2Lot 2 DP 151211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
210348.1Lot 1 DP 5241158/13Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
208459.1Lot 1 DP 3541158/13Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
194557.1Lot 2 DP 165058/75Motueka31/12/99RHND1/01/2001
212592.1Lot 2 DP 2999165/32Nelson30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
204347.1Lot 2 DP 22944B/801Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
213164.1Lot 3 DP 552210D/925Motueka31/12/2001URND1/01/2001
205803.1Lot 3 DP 97375B/429Motueka31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
214241.2Lot 7 DP 552210D/926Motueka31/12/2001URND1/01/2001
216543.1Pt Lot 7 DP 1600139/79Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
222448.1Lot 1 DP 6488 Blk III Motueka Survey District11C/516Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
218644.1Lot 1 DP 148811C/516Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
218642.1Lots 2, 3 DP 6488 Blk III Motueka Survev District11C/516Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
255980.4Lots 4, 5 DP 648811C/516Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
219358.1Pt Lot 5 DP 1553 Pt Sec 19911C/1198Motueka30/06/2002RPND1/07/2001
217618.1Pt Lot 1 DP 14893D/793Motueka30/06/2002RPND1/07/2001
219075.1Lot 1 DP 469411C/516Motueka30/06/2002RPND1/07/2001
217518.1Lot 6 DP 247211C/515Motueka30/06/2002RPND1/07/2001
226599.2Lot 2 DP 3629145/12Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
209402.1Lot 4 DP 151211C/420Motueka30/06/2001URND1/07/2001
226598.1Lot 19 DP 159910D/920Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
235261.1Lot 63 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
222083.1Pt Lot 14 DP 159910C/1105Motueka31/12/2002URND1/01/2001
226596.1Lot 11 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
221188.1Sec 45 all DP 154455/167Moutere31/12/2002RPND1/01/2001
218244.1Lot 1 DP 3974139/79Motueka30/06/2002URND1/07/2001
233509.1Lot 12 DP 1511145/14Motueka30/06/2003RHND1/07/2002
248554.1Lots 6, 7, 8 DP 1511145/13Motueka30/06/2003RHND1/07/2002
231982.1Lot 14 DP 15125C/287Motueka30/06/2003RPND1/07/2002
227944.1Lot 18 DP 159910D/919Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
247517.1Lot 18 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
249375.1Lot 36 DP 4650130/91Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
226649.2Lot 37 DP 4650130/91Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
209991.1All DP 148755/273Motueka31/12/2000RHND1/01/2001
249605.1Lot 8 DP 465011C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
227943.2Lot 6 DP 465011C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
250710.1Lot 19 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
237974.1Lot 17 DP 159910D/918Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
228639.1Lot 14 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
227945.1Lot 1 DP 4797145/12Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
248923.1Pt Lot 47 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
217058.1Lot 4 DP 247211C/514Motueka30/06/2002URND1/07/2001
249990.1Lot 4 DP 465011C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
218245.1Lot 3 DP 2472 Pt Sec 19211C/513Motueka30/06/2002URND1/07/2001
235437.1Lot 3 DP 163411C/219Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
226599.1Lot 1 DP 3629145/12Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
331989.1Lot 1 DP 43641D/610Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
191536.1Lot 3 DP 2588136/84Motueka30/06/98URND1/07/2001
228838.1Lot 12 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
256679.1Lot 51 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
227946.1Lot 16 DP 465011C/424Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
226649.1Lot 38 DP 4650130/91Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
231980.1Lot 7 DP 465011C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
248889.1Lot 4 DP 1514121/136Motueka31/12/2003RHND1/01/2002
235193.1Pt Lot 1 DP 25086B/993Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
235439.1Lot 8 DP 25085C/298Nelson31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
283672.2Lot 3 DP 387410C/1106Motueka31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
233990.1Lot 1 DP 105175D/773Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
234235.1Lot 3 DP 15115B/1153Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
231861.5Lot 129 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
234322.1Lot 4 DP 15115B/1153Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
2279431Lot 1 DP 465011C/422Motueka30/06/2003URND1/07/2002
300275.2Lots 1, 2 3, 6 DP 2864143/4, 9B/349Motueka30/06/2010RHND1/07/2003
232104.1Lot 5 DP 26195A/5Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
230964.1Lot 13 DP 15125C/287Motueka30/06/2003RHND1/07/2002
234100.1Lot 2 DP 90224C/264Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
233656.1Lot 45 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
248233.1Lots 118, 119 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
247877.1Pt Lot 5 DP 1634 Lot 108 DP 261912B/75Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
234438.1Lot 22 DP 261912B/217Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
247923.1Lot 9 DP 26195A/8Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
233510.1Lot 4 DP 111126C/1060Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
231859.1Lot 17 DP 261912B/217Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
231861.2Lot 52 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
221377.1Lot 1 DP 66403D/793Motueka30/06/2002URND1/07/2001
207218.1Lot 1 DP 273411C/602Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
233722.1Lot 15 DP 261912B/217Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
260616.1Lot 2 DP 109226C/2Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
241616.1Lot 26 DP 261912B/217Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
239331.1Lot 1 DP 109815D/947Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
239603.1Lot 3 DP 3445130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
238610.1Lot 10 DP 510112B/73Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
231665.1Lot 1 DP 1634 Pt Sec 14711C/219Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
247424.1Lot 37 DP 261912B/75Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
248370.1Lot 111 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
218180.1Lot 4 DP 148811C/516Motueka30/06/2002RHND1/07/2001
246585.1Lot 109 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
270740.2Lot 1 DP 6431 Pt Secs 124 & 187143/4Motueka31/12/2005RHND1/01/2002
231050.1Lot 7 DP 26195A/6Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
260051.1Lots 2, 3 DP 1514121/136Motueka30/06/2004RHND1/07/2002
252610.1Pt Lot 15 DF 15145C/281Motueka30/06/2004RHND1/07/2002
271013.1Pt Lot 1 DP 1514121/136Motueka30/06/2004RPND1/07/2002
233656.2Lot 57 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
237886.1Lot 1 DP 85214A/747Nelson30/06/2004UCND1/07/2002
288471.1Lot 1 DP 16105A/952Motueka30/06/2009RHND1/07/2003
234861.1Lot 16 DP 510112B/73Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
280979.1Lot 1 DP 66605A/954Motueka30/06/2009URND1/07/2003
234232.1Lot 18 DP 510I143/74Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
234784.1Lot 1 DP 53355C/281Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
241078.1Lot 5 DP 4783143/74Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
240226.1Lot 3 DP 4783143/74Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
241078.2Lot 4 DP 4783143/74Motueka30/06/2004URND1/07/2002
270678.1Lots 13-19 DP 1507136/82Motueka31/08/2004RHND1/09/2002
270910.1Lot 11 DP 1511145/14Motueka31/08/2004RHND1/09/2002
270737.1Pt Lot 10 DP 1513158/13Motueka31/08/2004RPND1/09/2002
263803.2Lot 3 DP 6573130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
240225.1Lot 2 DP 3445130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
263803.3Lot 1 DP 6573130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
256574.1Sandy Bay Sec 27 Sq 9 Blk V Kaiteriteri Survey District5C/273, 8A/338, 7C/410, 7C/411, 8A/339Motueka30/06/2004RPND1/07/2002
255921.1Lot 1 DP 6276158/13Motueka31/12/2005URND1/01/2002
272314.1Lot 2 DP 3874 Pt Sec l6010C/1106Motueka31/12/2003UCND1/01/2002
284486.1Pt Lot 17 DP 15125C/287Motueka31/12/2006RHND1/01/2002
289058.1Lot 2 DP 71395A/955Motueka30/06/2009RPND1/07/2003
237860.1Lot 1 DP 3445130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
263803.1Lot 2 DP 6573130/94Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
249020.1Lot 1 DP 70705C/298Nelson31/12/2004UCND1/01/2002
250332.1Lot 2 DP 7070 Lot 1 DP 108415C/298, 6B/992Nelson31/12/2004UCND1/01/2002
245334.4Lot 1 DP 635410C/217Motueka28/02/2005URND1/03/2002
252542.5Lot 2 DP 120727B/1157Motueka29/11/2005URND30/11/2002
252542.4Lot 1 DP 120727B/1156Motueka29/11/2005URND30/11/2002
270382.1Pt Lot 4 DP 1534143/4Motueka31/12/2005RHND1/01/2002
271806.1Pt DP 1551 Pt Sec 263/264 Blk Vl Motueka Survey District3D/341Motueka31/12/2005RHND1/01/2002
270740.1Lot 1 DP 5702143/4Motueka31/12/2005URND1/01/2002
260054.1All DP 3586158/13Motueka31/12/2005RHND1/01/2002
246585.2Lot 110 DP 261911C/1004Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
236644.1Lot 1 DP 3297158/12Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
259386.1Lot 2 DP 15396lOA/837Nelson30/06/2006URND1/07/2002
240749.1All DP 4242158/13Motueka31/08/2004URND1/09/2002
291005.1Pt Lot 22 DP 159910D/921Motueka31/12/2006UCND1/01/2002
260050.1Pt Lot 38 DP 159910D/922Motueka31/12/2006URND1/01/2002
280361.1Lot 1 DP 162111C/219Motueka31/01/2007RPND1/02/2002
266767.1Lot 2 DP 46994B/808Nelson31/12/2007URND1/01/2002
266768.1Lot 1 DP 14074B/805Nelson31/12/2007URND1/01/2002
268624.1Lot 4 DP 14074B/806Nelson31/12/2007URND1/01/2002
265345.1Lot 4 DP 15073C/1200Motueka31/12/2007URND1/01/2002
271014.1Lot 2 DP 70476B/87Motueka31/03/2008URND1/04/2003
314740.1Lots 1, 2 DP 1507136/82Motueka30/06/2008RHND1/07/2003
294041.1Lot 6 DP 1514121/136Motueka28/02/2009RHND1/03/2003
271364.1Lot 11, Pt Lot 12 DP 1513158/13Motueka31/12/2005RHND1/01/2002
328423.1Pt Lot 22 DP 15123A/950Motueka31/03/2014RPND1/04/2004
331372.1Pt Lot 4 DP 1600 Sec 305 Blk III Motueka Survey District7B/1073, 10C/732Motueka31/03/2014RPND1/04/2004
324726.1Pt Lot 1 DP 3965 Blk VII Motueka Survey District113/169Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
324727.1DP 1797 Pt Lot 3 DP 1543113/169Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
325356.1Pt Lot 1 DP 15084B/803Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
325357.1Pt Lot 1 DP 1543 Blk VIII Motueka Survey District113/169Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
326357.1Lot 3 DP 1508 Blk VIII Motueka Survey District4B/804Moutere30/06/2013RHND1/07/2003
324541.1Lot 1 DP 4117 Blk VIII Motueka Survey District113/169Moutere30/06/2013URND1/07/2003
332019.1Lots 2, 3 DP 1513158/12Motueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
331375.1Lot 21 DP 15123A/95OMotueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
331279.1Lot 7 DP 14893D/793Motueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
236894.1Lots l, 2 & 3 DP 583911C/498Motueka30/06/2013UCND1/07/2003
331495.1Lot 2 DP 616810D/866Motueka31/03/2014RHND1/04/2004
353608.1Lot 13 DP 150610D/862Motueka31/l0/2016URND1/11/2004
142841Lot 3 DP 159910C/1123Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
332869.1Lot 1 DP 69591D/610Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
338957.2Pt Lot 5 DP 28853D/1233Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
329671.1Lot 4 DP 4496105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
329671.3Lot 2 DP 4891105/10Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
332910.1All DP 3695ID/610Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
332910.1All DP 36951D/610Motueka31/03/2014UCND1/04/2004
236739.1Pt Lots 3, 4 DP 140810B/64Nelson30/06/2004UCND1/07/2002
329920.1Lot 4 DP 28853D/1232Motueka31/03/2014UFND1/04/2004
235169.1Lot 2 DP 105175D/774Motueka31/12/2003URND1/01/2002
338061.1Lot 10 DP 159910C/1110Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
328874.1Lot 28 DP 46503D/1246Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
332140.1Lot 2 DP 57093C/1364Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
328872.1Lot 12 DP 159910C/1111Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
184858.1Lot 35 DP 159911C/498Motueka30/06/2013UCND1/07/2003
329234.1Lot 4 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
330358.1Lot 22 DP 46503D/1240Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
200013.1Lot 4 DP 4863134/98Nelson30/06/99URND1/07/2001
236894.2Pt Lot 36 DP 1599 Lot 1 DP 387411C/498Motueka30/06/2013UCND1/07/2003
334466.2Lot 32 DP 465010D/984Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
330114.1Lot 1 DP 172010C/1112Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
330613.1Lot 3 DP 514110D/232Motueka30/06/2014UFND1/07/2004
148678Lot 16 DP 2012114/62Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
339264.1Lot 8 DP 20123C/1233Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
329276.1Lot 9 DP 514111C/1002Motueka30/06/2014URND1/07/2004
330905.1Lot 10 DP 514111C/1002Motueka30/06/2014UFND1/07/2004
342295.2Lots 9, 10 DP 1511145/l4Motueka31/08/2014RHND1/09/2004
334294.2Pt Sec 187 Pt DP 151658/72Motueka31/08/2014RHND1/09/2004
330806.1Lot 1 DP 496910D/862Motueka31/08/2014URND1/09/2004
290950.1Lot 2 DP 16105A/953Motueka30/06/2009RHND1/07/2003
205650.1Lot 5 DP 2734 Pt Sec 26711C/602Nelson31/12/2000URND1/01/2001
170089.1Lot 4 DP 509811C/426Motueka31/10/2017URND1/11/2004
338905.1Lot 1 DP 63823A/950Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
267209.1Pt Lot 25 DP 157510C/779Motueka30/04/2006UCND1/05/2002
224313.1Lot 2 DP 144186/153Nelson31/10/2002UCND1/11/2001
184493.1Lot 26 Dp 157510C/779Motueka31/03/98UCND1/04/2001
236858.1Lot 16 DP 159911C/498Motueka30/06/2013IUCND1/07/2003
2690Lot 29 DP 157510C/779Motueka31/08/2004UCND1/09/2002
90385Lot 4 DP 144186/153Nelson31/12/2004UCND1/01/2002
270908.1Lot 5 DP 144186/153Nelson31/12/2007UCND1/01/2002
211913.1Lot 1 DP 144186/153Nelson30/06/2001UCND1/07/2001
164867.1Lot 6 DP 144186/153Nelson31/08/2015UCND1/09/2004
90390Lot 27 DP 157510C/779Motueka31/08/2004UCND1/09/2002
338957.2Pt Lot 5 DP 28853D/1233Motueka31/03/2014URND1/04/2004
Others
Rapana-Robin
H877327Lots 1, 2, 6, & 7 Otorohanga Maori Township949/192, 949/193Otorohanga30/06/2009UCO1/07/2003
Maori Trust Office
S.501917Lot 35 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/130Kawhia31/03/2012UR01/04/2003
S.527346Lot 43 DP 2893 Blk II Karewa Maori Township643/132Kawhia31/12/2011UR01/01/2003
H.024858Lot 10 Block XII DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/59Otorohanga30/06/2016UR001/07/2004
B.037978Lot 76 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township905/95Kawhia31/07/2010RPO1/08/2003
S.433510Lot 59 DP 2893 Blk I Karewa Maori Township927/73Kawhia30/09/2010UR01/10/2003
760248Part Maori Reserve 806 Block VII Southbridge Survev District240/120Canterbury31/07/2010RPO1/08/2003
S.440929Lot 2 DP 5 12862 Part Allotments 41 and 42 Block I Karewa Maori Township643/122Kawhia30/06/2010UR01/07/2003
S.524644Lot 4 Block XVI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori TownshIp435/100Otorohanga30/06/2012UR01/07/2003
H.999753Lot 1 DPS 12862 Blk IX Karewa Maori Township643/122Kawhia30/06/2010UR01/07/2003
H.011476Lot 62 & Pt 61 Blk I Kawera Maori Township Blk IV Kawhia Survey District11B/1236Kawhia31/12/2015UR01/01/2004
90647Tuatini Sec 7, 10, 11 & 13 Blk V1D/1404, 1A/370Tokomaru Bay31/05/2010UC01/06/2003
106034.1Lots 11, 12 & 13 Blk I Maori Reserve 95 Blk X Halswell Survey District199/76Canterbury28/02/2007RPO1/03/2002
B.011048.2Part Section 7 DP 2893 Lot 2 DP S 12401 Blk II Karewa Maori Township643/121Kawhia31/12/2009UR01/01/2003
S.406914Section 8 Block XX DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/142Otorohanga31/12/2009UR01/01/2003
S.406914Section 8 Block XX DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/142Otorohanga31/12/2009UR01/01/2003
24359Section 5 Block IV Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2009UR01/01/2003
S.435839Lot 10 DP 20591 Blk III Taumarunui Maori Township1495/1Taumarunui31/12/2009UC01/01/2003
S.435525Part Lot 20 DP 19461 Blk XVII Otorohanga Maori Township435/126Otorohanga30/06/2010UR01/07/2003
H.040392.1Lot 2 DP S 16555 being part Block IX Otorohanga Maori Township16B/523Otorohanga30/06/2016UR01/07/2004
S.298940Lot 64 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/93Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
11.4.91Te Araroa Sec 78K1 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/339Te Araroa31/05/2012UR01/06/2003
438511Lot 2 DP 28187 Part Lot 1 Block VIII Taumarunui Maori Township9D/326Taumarunui31/12/2009UC01/01/2003
102100Te Araroa Sec 53 Pt, Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/499Te Araroa30/06/2013UC01/07/2003
H.030152Lot 19 DP 19461 Block XVII Otorohanga Maori Township435/125Otorohanga30/06/2016UR01/07/2004
S.350650Lot 27 Block 1 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/103Kawhia31/10/2007UR01/11/2002
S.270388Lot 5 DPS 3232 being part Allotment 1 Block VIII Otorohanga Maori Township435/25, 7A/838,Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
A041833Section 29 DP 896 Block VI Tokaanu TownshipA1/87Tokaanu30/09//2015UR01/10/2004
H.053199Part Allotment 2 Block IX Otorohanga Maori Township16B/524Otorohanga30/06/2016URO1/07/2004
A041839Section 19 DP 896 Vl Tokaanu TownshipA1/87Tokaanu30/09/2015UR01/10/2004
H.040392.2Lot 1 DP S 16555 Otorohanga Maori Township16B/522Otorohanga30/06/2016UR01/07/2004
S.580713Section 11 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/142Kawhia31/12/2014UR01/01/2004
H.030151Lot 10 Block VII DP 19450 Otorohanga Maori Township435/19Otorohanga30/05/2016UR01/07/2004
440871Section 412 Port Chalmers Town88/60Port Chalmers31/08/2015UI01/09/2004
7.10.96Lot 1 DP S 7342959A/490Te Kuiti30/06/2016UCO1/07/2004
H.039293Part Lot 5 Block IX DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/38Otorohanga30/06/2016UCO1/07/2004
S.21363Lot 18 Block XIII DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/95Otorohanga31/05/2011UR01/06/2003
H.049223Part Lot 13 Block XII DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/61Otorohanga30/06/2016UR01/07/2004
H.032955.3Lot 7 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
763896Lots 1 and 2 Block II DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/132Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
H.572216Lot 5 DP 20591 Block V Taumarunui Maori Township437/71Taumarunui30/04/2004UR0l/05/2002
S.302811Lot 11 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
S.302809Lot 5 DP 2893 Blk I Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
758055.4Lot 2 DP 26849 Blk II Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey District25A/440Tokaanu30/06/2003UCO1/07/2002
H.482357.3Lot 10 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/10/2002
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
H.539906.1Lot I DP S 33423 Otorohanga Maori Township30A/109Otorohanga30/09/2004URO1/10/2002
S.276943Lot 6 DP S 3232 being part Allotment 1 Block VIII Otorohanga Maori Township14A/880Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
H.032955.7Lot 21 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
H.482357.1Lot 9 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
H.032955.2Lot 6 DP 2893 Blk 1 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
A041848Sec 28 DP 896 Blk ll Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey District520/229Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
S.278186Lot 1 DP S 3232 Block VIII Otorohanga Maori Township435/25Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
S.265502Lot 23 DP 2893 Blk I Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
S.260628Lot 61 Block II 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/114Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.303940Lot 20 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/91Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.303938Lot 56 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/102Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
H.482357.2Lot 8 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia31/12/2003UR01/01/2002
S.473274Part Lot 18 DP 20591 Blk VIII Taumarunui Township437/93Taumarunui31/12/2010UC01/01/2003
S.515510Lot 1 DP S 1982 being part Section 17 Block II Karewa Maori Township643/133Kawhia30/06/2012UR01/07/2003
S.514613Lot 38 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/128Kawhia31/12/2011UR01/01/2003
S.477195Lot 42 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/129Kawhia31/12/2011UR01/01/2003
96384Tuatini Sec 9 DP 1163 Blk V1A/370Tokomaru Bay31/12/2011UR01/01/2003
104972TuaTni Sec 8 DP 1163 Blk V1A/370Tokomaru Bay30/06/2014UR01/07/2004
253047Section 13 Block I Waimumu Hundred and Part Section 225 Block LXIV of the Hokonui District148/117Southland31/12/2012RPO1/01/2003
S.476924Lot 1 DP S 14585 Karewa Maori Township11B/1236Kawhia31/10/2011UR01/11/2003
S.266053Lot 3 DP S 3232 being part Allotment 1 Block VIII Otorohanga Maori Township435/25Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
S.493054Lot 3 Block XVI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/99Otorohanga30/06/2011UC01/07/2003
S.412124Lot 15 DP 19460 Blk XI Otorohanga Maori Township435/45Otorohanga30/06/2010UC01/07/2003
S.513707Lot 1 DP 14868 Karewa Maori Township643/123Kawhia31/12/2010UR01/01/2003
S.476033Lot 15 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/124Kawhia31/12/2010URO1/01/2003
S.452603Lot 52 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/110Kawhia31/12/2010UR01/01/2003
30/10/95Section 7 DP 1882 Block V Turungarere Township157/217Horowhenua30/09/2002UR01/10/2001
H.303544.3Lot 14 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/124Kawhia31/12/2010UR01/01/2003
751983Section 16 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Block II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
S.493054Lot 3 Block XVI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/99Otorohanga30/06/2011UC01/07/2003
429/197Orimakatea Grant 6820 Sec 145 Blk VI Wairoa Survey429/197Waverley31/12/2010RPO1/01/2003
S.403116Part Lot 2 Block XIII being Lot 2 DP S 11592 Otorohanga Maori Township8C/1082Otorohanga31/03/2009UR01/04/2003
751954Sec 5 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
739229Section 17 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
89137Waipiro Sec 3 Block III Waipiro Maori Township96/50Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
735602Lot 9 Block IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
89137Waipiro Sec 4 & 5 Block III Waipiro Maori Township96/50Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
94025Waipiro Secs 3, 4 and 5 Block I96/120Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
S.524644Lot 4 Block XVI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/100Otorohanga30/06/2012UR01/07/2003
89138Waipiro Pt Sec 1 Block III96/53Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
753366Lot 9 DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Block II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
735603Lot 8 DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
S.373457Lot 29 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township10A/816Kawhia31/05/2008UR01/06/2003
S.403116Part Lot 2 Block XIII being Lot 2 DP S 11592 Otorohanga Maori Township8C/1082Otorohanga31/03/2009UR01/04/2003
S.379122Lot 7 Block XVI DP 2893 Otorohanga Maori Township435/103Otorohanga31/08/2008UC01/09/2003
S.379122Lot 1 Block XVI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/103Otorohanga31/08/2008UC01/09/2003
718477Lots 2 and 3 DP 14196 Part Maori Reserve 806 Block VII Southbridge Survey District240/120Canterbury31/07/2008RPO1/08/2003
83798Tuatini Sec 8 Block IX Tokomaru Bay Survey District11/63, 1A/534Tokomaru Bay30/06/2008UR01/07/2003
S.382233Part Lot 2 Block XIII being Lot 1 DP S 1 1592 Otorohanga Maori Township7C/59Otorohanga31/03/2009UR01/04/2003
60898Waipiro Pt Lot 3 Block IV Mata Survey District96/120Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
85852Waipiro Lot 7 Block IV1D/918Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
86858Waipiro Lot 5 Block IV96/122Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
86320Waipiro Secs 9 and 13 Block III96/51Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
86320Waipiro Sec 7 Block III96/51Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
85528Waipiro Lot 12 Block III96/52Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
85375Sec 1 Blk II Waipiro Maori Township96/119Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
6503Lot 2 Pt Sec 1 Blk II Waipiro Maori Township96/119Waipito Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
753363Sec II DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
87692Waipiro Lot 2 Block II1D/1241, 1A/1241Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
753364Section 12 DP 2415 Block IV Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
94026Waipiro Sec 2 Block IV96/120Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
S.391304Lot 1 DP 4873 being part Lot 2 Block XVI Otorohanga Maori Township435/98Otorohanga30/06/2009UC01/07/2003
6461Lot 3 Waipiro Sec 1 Block III96/53Waipiro Bay30/06/2009RPO1/07/2003
6458Waipiro Lot 3 Block II96/121Waipiro Bay30/06/2009RPO1/07/2003
88133Waipiro Pt Sec 3 Block IV Mata Survey District96/120Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
24350Lots 6, 7, 8 Block VI Potaka Maori Township194/132, 525/47Utiku31/12/2009RPO1/01/2003
706213Sec 18-21 Block IV Potaka Maori Township190/134Utiku30/06/2008RPO1/07/2003
6450Waipiro Secs 1 and 2 Block III96/53Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
S.540072Lot 91 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/175Kawhia31/01/2013UR01/02/2003
85271Lot 2 DP 4030 Tuatini Sec 22 Block IV Tuatini Maori Township1C/389, 1A/370Tokomaru Bay30/06/2008UC01/07/2003
752630Section 1 Block II Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2008RP01/01/2003
705668Lot 13 DP 2415 Block IV Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2008RP01/01/2003
757582Sec 28 DP 2415 Blk III Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District499/180Utiku31/12/2008RP01/01/2003
S.386139Lot 13 Block X DP 19501 Te Kuiti Maori Township435/223Te Kuiti30/11/2008UC01/12/2003
364871Section 17 Block XI being Lots 1 and 2 DPS 2541 Otorohanga Maori Township435/47Otorohanga31/10/2008UI01/11/2003
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
88091Tuatini Sec 15 Block IV1A/371Tokomaru Bay31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
753365Lot 2 DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Block II Hautapu Survey District194/130Utiku31/12/2009RP01/01/2003
S.550982Lot 81 Block 11 DP2893 Karewa Maori Township643/117Kawhia31/12/2013UR01/01/2003
62871Te Araroa Sec 58 DP 1162 Block IX East Cape Survey District51/268, 1A/500Te Araroa31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
103203Tuatini Lot 1 DP 4030 Block IV1A/370Tokomaru Bay30/09/2013UC01/10/2003
B.211645Lot 3 Block 1 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/136Kawhia30/06/2013UR01/07/2003
101773Pt Sec 53 DP 1162 Blk IX East Cape Survey District4A/1373, 1A/499Te Araroa30/06/2013UR01/07/2003
S.500417Lot 36 Block II DP2893 Karewa Maori Township643/131Kawhia31/03/2012UR01/04/2003
913894Sections 30 and 31 DP 896 Block VIA1/87Tokaanu30/04/2013UC01/05/2003
058247.1Section 25 DP 896 Block VI Tokaanu TownshipA1/87Tokaanu30/09/2015UC01/10/2004
S.527913Lot 12 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/140Kawhia31/12/2012UR01/01/2003
S.557445Lot 90 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/175Kawhia31/01/2013UR01/02/2003
92038Te Araroa Lot 3 DP 5363 Sec 5148/1373, 1A/499Te Araroa31/12/2008UC01/01/2003
94026Waipiro Sec 1 Block 1V96/120Waipiro Bay30/06/2009UR01/07/2003
868687Lot 4 DP 14196 Pt Maori Res 3667 & Pt Maori Res 806 & Rural Sec37181 Blk VII Southbridge Survey District430/146, 9B/496Canterbury3/10/2008RP04/10/2003
81822Te Araroa Sec 21 Block IX1A/1453Te Ararora31/03/2008UR01/04/2003
H.712303.4Lot 3 DP S 40761 Part Otorohanga Maori Township37A/412Otorohanga31/03/2008UI01/04/2003
H.712303.3Lot 2 DP S 40767 Otororanga Maori Township37A/411Otorohanga31/03/2008UI01/04/2003
705669Lot 2 DP 2415 Block II Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2007UR01/01/2002
706214Lot 1 DP 2415 Block VI Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku31/12/2007RP01/01/2002
92035Te Araroa Pt Sec 50 Lot 2 DP 53634A/1373, 1A/499Te Araroa31/12/2008UC01/01/2003
706213Sections 14, 15 Block IV Potaka Maori Township190/134Utiku30/06/2008RP01/07/2003
S.388803Lot 1 DP2893 Block I Karewa Maori Township643/173Kawhia30/09/2008UR01/10/2003
S.382233Part Lot 2 Block XIII being Lot 1 DP S 11592 Otorohanga Maori7C/59Otorohanga31/03/2009UR01/04/2003
B.088269.1Secs 6 & 7 DP 2415 Blk IV Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/132Taihape31/12/2009UR01/01/2003
S.402302Lot 85 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/116Kawhia31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
S.373867Lot 62 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/119Kawhia31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
92039Te Araroa Pt Sec 56 Pt Lot 5 DP 5363 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/500Te Araroa31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
92037Te Araroa Secs 50 & 51 Pts, Lot 1 Block IX East Cape Survey District4A/1373, 1A/499Te Araroa31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
S.373868Lot 24 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township CT 643/103 (Part)896/270Kawhia31/08/2008UR01/09/2003
703520Lot 8 DP 2415 Block IV Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku31/12/2007RP01/01/2002
S.309958Lot 63 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Township643/115Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
588248Lot 2, 3, 4 DP 2415 Block III Potaka Maori Township499/178Utiku30/06/2005RP01/07/2002
582635Section 14 & 15 Block V Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku30/06/2005RP01/07/2002
233844Sections 13, 14, 15 & 16 Block VI Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku30/06/2005RP001/07/2002
23443Section 8, Block V Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku30/06/2005RP01/07/2002
S.304224Lot 44 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/89Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.334373Lot 26 Block 1 DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/103Kawhia31/10/2007UR01/11/2002
76847Te Araroa Sec 62 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/501Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
74930Te Araroa Sec 80 DP 1162 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/341, 4A/935Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6328Te Araroa Sec 83 DP 1162 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/341Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
621156Lot 10 Block II Potaka Maori Township194/130Utiku30/06/2006RP01/07/2002
23384Section 12 Block V Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku30/06/2005RP01/07/2002
S.313861Lot 89 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/74Kawhia31/03/2006UR01/04/2002
S.304046Lot 64 Block II Karewa Maori Township643/97Kawhia31/03/2006UR01/04/2002
S.343496Lot 65 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/93Kawhia31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
80723Tuatini Lot 2 DP 413383/142, 1A/536Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UR01/01/2002
6325Te Araroa Pt 43 & 44 Pts Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/498Te Araroa31/12/2005UC01/01/2002
6651Te Araroa Sec 87 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2005UR01/07/2002
77659Te Araroa Sec 87 DP 1162 Block IX East Cape Survey District65/143, 1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
147873.2Secs 8A, 8B, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 21 DP 1163 Blk IV Tuatini Maori Township Blk III Tokomaru Bay Survey District1A/368, 2A/1279Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UR01/01/2002
80721Tuatini Secs 6 and 7 Block VII1A/536, 4D/1011Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UC01/01/2002
6341Tuatini Pt Sec 3 Block IV Lot 1 DP 345683/143, 1A/367Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UC01/01/2002
6350Tuatini Secs 1 & 2 Block III83/143Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UC01/01/2002
645347Sections 12 and 13 Block V Potaka Maori Township194/132Utiku31/12/2006RP01/01/2002
6414Te Araroa Secs 22 and 24 Block IX East Cape Survey District51/267, 1A/363Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6846Lot 4 DP 4133 Pt Secs 6 & 7 Block VII Tuatini Maori4D/1011, 1A/536Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UR01/01/2002
6321Te Araroa Sec 47 DP 1162 Blk IX East Cape Survey District4A/1373, 1A/498Te Araroa31/12/2005UI01/01/2002
B103410.4Lot 1 DP S 35716 and Lot 3 DP S 33384 Part Lots 1 and 24 Block VIII Taumarunui Maori Township40A/273Taumarunui30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
10.2.83Te Araroa Sec 67 DP 1162 Tapuaeoteao F Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/502Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
G.184214.1Te Araroa Sec 26 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/362Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6428Te Araroa Sec 81 DP 1162 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/1009Te Araroa31/12/2005UC01/01/2002
76911Te Araroa Secs 43 & 44 & Pt 45 Blk IX East Cape Survey District2D/167, 1A/488Te Araroa31/12/2005UC01/01/2002
76846Te Araroa Sec 46 Blk IX East Cape Survey District5C/1445 2D/167Te Araroa31/12/2005UC01/01/2002
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
76394Part Sec 1,2,3 Blk IV Tuatini Survey District5C/1259Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
6346Part Sec V Blk IV Lot 3 DP 24941A/366Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
6326Te Aararoa Pt Sec 86 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
9.2.90Tapuae-O-Te Ao C, Pt Sec 79 Te Araroa Maori Township Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/340Te Araroa31/07/2009UR01/08/2003
92036Te Araroa Lot 4 DP 5363 Secs 55 & 56 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/500Te Araroa31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
28.7.95Sec 78D Parikitua A Te Araroa Maori Township65/144Te Araroa31/12/2004RP01/01/2002
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 21 Block IV2A/1279Tokomaru Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
150114.3Te Araroa Secs 57 & 58 DP 2780 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/500Te Araroa31/12/2008UR01/01/2003
17.12.91Tuatini Sec 4 DP 1163 Block IV Tokomaru Bay Survey District1A/367Tokomaru Bay11/07/2001UC012/07/2001
6327Te Araroa Sec 67 Blk IX East Cape Survey District51/268, 1A/502Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
75927Te Araroa Sec 89 Blk IX East Cape Survey District65/143, 1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2005UR01/07/2002
27.5.92Tuatini Secs 11 and 12 Block VII DP 11631A/537Tokomaru Bay30/06/2012UC01/07/2003
77525Te Araroa Pt Sec 85 Block IX East Cape Survey District5D/161, 1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
77784Te Araroa Sec 84 DP 1162 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/341Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
23.9.86Te Araroa Sec 78 Lot 2 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/339Te Araroa31/08/2007UR01/09/2002
9181524.1Tuatini Secs 14, 16, 17 Block IV1A/371Tokomaru Bay30/03/2003UR031/03/2002
S.296490Lot 60 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/113Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
772258Sections 29, 30, 31 DP 2415 Blk III Potaka Maori Township972/84, 499/180Utiku31/12/2009RP01/01/2003
28.7.95Sec 78D Parikitua B Te Araroa Maori Township65/143Te Araroa31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.455292Lot 16 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/124Kawhia31/12/2010UR01/01/2003
6839Te Araroa 271A/362Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6714Te Araroa Sec 12 Block IX East Cape Survey District51/267, 1A/360Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6582Te Araroa Sec 30A Block IX East Cape Survey District51/267Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6581Sec 12, 20, 27, 29, 30A Te Araroa Maori Township Blk IX East Cape Survey District51/267Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6560Te Araroa Sec 20 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/360Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
6536Te Araroa Sec 64 Block IX1A/501Te Araroa31/12/2006UR01/01/2002
10.7.89Waipiro Sec 4 Block V3A/1241Waipiro Bay31/12/2009RH01/01/2003
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 9 Block IV1A/368Tokomanu Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
16.2.90Sec 78A Te Araroa Maori Township1A/339Te Araroa31/10/2010UR01/11/2003
21.3.97Te Araroa Sec 45 Block IX East Cape Survey District1A/498Te Araroa30/03/2002UC031/03/2001
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 13 Block IV1A/368Tokomaru Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
11.10.95Te Araroa Sec 52 Block IX East Cape Survey District4A/1373, 1A/499Te Araroa30/06/2001UC01/07/2001
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 8B Block IV1A/368Tokomaru Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 8A Block IV1A/368Tokomaru Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
28.7.94Tuatini Sec 10, 11, 12 Block IV1A/368Tokomaru Bay30/04/2015UC01/05/2004
Unregiste-ed - UndatedTapuae O Te ao E1 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/339Te Araroa30/06/2007UR01/07/2002
76847Te Araroa Sec 59 Block IX East Cape Survey District51/268Te Araroa31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
648561.7Section 401 Port Chalmers Town253/21Port Chalmers30/09/2006UI01/10/2002
397615.1Sec 4 Block V Potaka Maori Township Blk II Hautapu Survey District194/132Utiku31/12/2000UR01/01/2001
444268Part Section 39 Block I Takaanu Towhship Blks VI & X Puketi Survey District520/229Tokaanu31/12/2000UR01/01/2001
A041847Sec 26 DP 896 Blk X Puketi Survey District520/229Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
722336.1Section 1 and 2 Block VIII Tokaanu Township DP 896 Blk X Puketi Survey DistrictA2/92Tokaanu31/12/2000UC01/01/2001
S.260315Lot 1 DP S 7370 being Part Lot 67 and 66 DP 2893 Block I Karewa Maori Township643/75Kawhia31/12/2001UR01/01/2001
65274Sec 197 Blk I Tokaanu Township & Lot 2 DP 28577 Blk X Puketi Survey District5C/597Tokaanu31/12/2000RP01/01/2001
514829Lot 56 Block VI Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey DistrictAl/91Tokaanu31/12/2002UR01/01/2001
S.161894Lot 10 Block XVII DP 19461 Otorohanga Maori Township435/117Otorohanga31/12/99UR01/01/2001
444269Section 1D Part VII Tokaanu Township864/23Tokaanu31/12/2000UC01/01/2001
S.495225Lot 2 DP S 14868 Karewa Maori Township643/123Kawhia31/12/2010UR01/01/2003
UnregisteredOhura South F2C Blk III Piopiotea Survey District78/300Tokomaru Bay30/06/2000RP01/07/2001
652791.2Pt Sec 19 Blk 1 Tokaanu Township DP 2877 Blk X Puketi Survey District5C/596Tokaanu31/12/2000UR01/01/2001
722336.2Sec 4 DP 896 Blk VII Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey DistrictA1/92Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
26204PT Sec 1 DP 896 Block II Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey District52D/229, 28C/137Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
S.233391Lots 32 and 34 Blk II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/138, 643/139Kawhia31/03/2003UR01/04/2002
S.145527Lot 22 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/95, 13A/960Kawhia31/12/99UR01/01/2001
H.607299Lot 2 DP S 4537 being part Lot 19 Block II Karewa Maori Township643/91Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
77348Pt Sec 4A1, 4A2, 4B Blk II Tuatini Maori Township Blk VIII Tokomaru Bay Survey District1A/542Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
S.282343Part Allot 1 Block VII being Lot 2 DP S 3232 Otorohanga Maori Township435/25Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
4.9.87Sec 77 Te Araroa Maori Township Blk IX East Cape Survey District5A/774Te Araroa31/08/2007UR01/09/2002
S.268926Lot 46 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/89Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.275881Lot 40 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/105Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.308621Lot 4 DP S 3232 being part Allotment 1 Block VIII Otorohanga Maori Township435/25Otorohanga31/08/2004UR01/09/2002
S.172746Lot 11 Block XX DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/144Otorohanga30/06/2001UR01/07/2001
H.628243.2Lots 67, 68 and 69 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/78Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.173839Lot 32 Block I DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/108Kawhia30/06/2001UR01/07/2001
H.539906.3Lot 3 DP S 33423 Otorohanga Maori Township30A/111Otorohanga30/09/2004UR01/10/2002
H.539906.2Lot 2 DP S 33423 Otorohanga Maori Township30A/110Otorohanga30/09/2004UR01/10/2002
514706Sec 29 DP 896 Blk VIII Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey District520/229Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
S.274233Lot 86 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/77Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
21596Section 1D Block VII Tokaanu Township DP 896 Blk X Puketi Survey District520/229Tokaanu31/12/2000UC01/01/2001
S.276023Section 41 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/104Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
582636Pt Lot 1 DP 896 Blk II Tokaanu Township Blk X Pukeri Survey District520/229Tokaanu30/06/2003UC01/07/2002
S.258212Lot 79 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/107Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
76394Tuatini Sec 3 Block II1A/542Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
497711Section 54 Block VI Tokaanu Township94/127Tokaanu31/12/2002UC01/01/2001
86996Te Araroa Sec 88 Block IX East Cape Survey District65/143, 1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
S.205370Allotment 13 and part Allotment 14 Block XI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/43, 435/44Otorohanga30/06/2002UI01/07/2001
6346Tuatini Pt Secs 5 & 7 Block IV DP 11631A/367Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
11.08.92Pt Sec 1,2,3 Blk IV Lot 2 DP 8195104/162, 1A/367Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
6339Tuatini Sec 4 & Pt Sec 5 Block IX Tuatini Survey District83/142, 1A/535Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
H287683.5Lot 1 DP S 28187 Part Lot 1 Block VIII Taumarunui Maori Township34B/772Taumarunui30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
S.309739Lot 58 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/100Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
H.764579.7Lot 2 DP S 37838 Blk VIII Taumarunui Maori Township40A/273Taumarunui30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
76394Lot 1 Pt Sec 1, 2, 3 Blk IV Tuatini Survey District5C/1259Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
6350Tuatini Sec 1 Block III83/143Tokomaru Bay31/12/2006UR01/01/2002
84677Pt Sec 48 Lot 2 DP 3645 Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/499, 4A/1373Te Araroa31/08/2007UC01/09/2002
660965Lot 1 DP 14196 Part Maori Reserve 3667 and Part Maori Reserve 806 Block VII Southbridge Survey District240/120, 430/146Canterbury31/05/2007RP01/06/2002
S.334891Lot 25 Block I Karewa Maori Township643/103Kawhia31/03/2007UR01/04/2002
6888Pt Tapuaeoteoa F Blk IX East Cape Survey District51/268, 1A/502Te Araroa31/03/2007RP01/04/2002
6334Sec 69 Pt Tapuaeoteoa F Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/502Te Araroa31/03/2007RP01/04/2002
6334Sec 68 Pt Tapuaeoteoa F Blk IX East Cape Survey District1A/502Te Araroa31/03/2007RP01/04/2002
H764579.8Lot 3 DP 37838 Blk VII Taumarunui Maori Township40A/273Taumarunui30/06/2006UC01/07/2002
S.205574Part Lot 23 Block XI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/52Otorohanga30/06/2002UC01/07/2001
S.180453Lot 6 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/95Kawhia31/12/2001UR01/01/2001
S.192850Lot 1 Block XIII DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/79Otorohanga30/06/2002UR01/07/2001
S.198264Lot 87 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/112Kawhia31/12/2001UR01/01/2001
S.195717Lot 18 Block XI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/48Otorohanga30/06/2002UI01/07/2001
76394Tuatini Pt Sec 4A1, 4A2 Block II1A/542Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
S.188108Part Lot 14 Block XI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/44Otorohanga30/06/2002UC01/07/2001
H.443690Part Section 23 Block XI DP 19460 Otorohanga Maori Township435/52Otorohanga30/06/2002UC01/07/2001
76782Tuatini Sec 7 Pt Block IX1A/535Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
76782Tuatini Sec 7 Pt Block IX1A/534Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
497733Section 3C Block VII Tokaanu Township520/229Tokaanu2/05/2002UC03/05/2001
76864Te Araroa Pt Sec 86 Block IX East Cape Survey District65/143, 1A/342Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
77347Sec 4A2 Blk II Tuatini Maori Township Blk VIII Tokomaru Bay Survey District1A/542Tokomaru Bay30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
76014Te Araroa Lot 85 Block IX East Cape Survey District65/143, 1A/367Te Araroa30/06/2006UR01/07/2002
517742Pt Section 39 Block 1 Tokaanu Township Blk X Puketi Survey District520/299Tokaanu31/08/2002UR01/09/2001
S.325386Lot 83 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/77Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
5.03.51Section 23 DP 1162 Block IX East Cape S.D.1A/363Te Araroa31/12/2015UR01/01/2004
Te Ata-i-Rangi-Kaaku
S.180452Part Lot 5 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township13A/960Kawhia31/12/2001UR01/01/2001
S.310000Lot 4 Blk II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/111Kawhia31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
S.258869Lot 1 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township3B/876Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.294730Lot 3 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/92Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.298941Lot 2 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/92Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
S.328898Part Lot 21 Blk II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/90Kawhia31/12/2004UR01/01/2002
Lease Number or Date of LeaseDescriptionCertificate of Title NumberLocationExpiry Date of leaseLand Type/ LocationFirst Rent Review Date
S.310000Pt Lot 5 Block II DP 2893 Karewa Maori Township643/95Kawhia31/12/2005UR01/01/2002
Potaka Whanau Development Trust
428334Lots 8, 9, & 10 DP 2415 Blk I Hautapu SD194/129Utiku31/12/2000URO1/01/2001
23445Sec 33 DP 2415 Blk III Hautapu SD499/179Utiku30/06/2005RPO1/07/2002
577100Lots 11, 12, & 13 Blk I Hautapu SD194/129Utiku30/06/2005URO1/07/2002
580142Lots 11 & 12 DP 2415 Blk III Hautapu SD499/178Utiku30/06/2005URO1/07/2002
580143Lot 13 DP 2415 Blk III Hautapu SD499/178Utiku30/06/2005URO1/07/2002