Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002

  • repealed
  • Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002: repealed, on 12 November 2018, pursuant to section 248(1) of the Land Transfer Act 2017 (2017 No 30).

Reprint as at 12 November 2018

Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002

Public Act
 
2002 No 11
Date of assent
 
16 May 2002
 

Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002: repealed, on 12 November 2018, pursuant to section 248(1) of the Land Transfer Act 2017 (2017 No 30).

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 Land Information New Zealand.

Contents

1Title
2Commencement
3Purposes of this Act
4Interpretation
5Registrar may authorise registration in any medium
6Recording and registration of certain matters to be effected under this Act
7Creation of computer freehold registers for freehold land
8Content of computer freehold registers
9Creation of computer interest registers
10Content of computer interest registers
11Creation of computer unit title registers
12Content of computer unit title register
13Composite computer registers
14Format of computer registers
15Issue of certificates of title for land that is not electronic transactions land
16Directions and authorisations for land that is not electronic transactions land
17References to certificates of title for land that is not electronic transactions land
18No certificates of title for electronic transactions land
19Directions and requirements for electronic transactions land
20References to certificates of title for electronic transactions land
21How easement recorded
22Electronic workspace facilities
23When electronic instruments are in order for registration
24Electronic lodgement may be made compulsory for practitioners
25Electronic transactions land
26Acceptable forms for electronic instruments
27Registrar’s copy of instrument to be definitive
28Instrument presented but copying, imaging, or data capture defective
29Unique identifiers
30How registration effected
31Information to become part of register
32Information to be retained
33Rights to search and copy information
34Evidentiary effect of certificates of title and computer registers
35Computer printout, etc, admissible in evidence
36Certain provisions of principal Act not to apply to certificates of title issued under this Act
37Abolition of offices of Registrar of Deeds and Deputy Registrar of Deeds
38Statutory references to District Land Registrars
39Registrar-General of land
40Delegation of Registrar’s powers and duties
41New section 47 inserted
47Presentation of instruments for registration
42New section 70 substituted
70Removal of easements and profits á prendre from register
43New sections 90 to 90F substituted
90Transfers and creation of easements, etc, by registered proprietor
90ACreation and surrender of easements by easement instrument
90BCreation and surrender of easements on deposit of plan
90CVariation of easements
90DRights and powers implied in certain easements
90EGeneral provisions relating to easements
90FCreating and noting land covenants
44New heading and section 99B inserted
99BForms for instruments available for adoption by other enactments
45New sections 101 to 103 substituted
101Forms of mortgage
102Variation of mortgage terms
103Variation of priority of mortgages
46New section 111 substituted
111Discharge of mortgage
47New sections 115 and 116 substituted
115Form and registration of leases
116Variation of lease
48New section 120 substituted
120Surrender of lease
49New sections 136 and 137 substituted
136Caveat against bringing land under Act
137Caveat against dealings with land under Act
50Effect of caveat against dealings
51New section 142 substituted
142Notices to be given to persons affected
52New section 145A inserted
145AEarly lapse of caveat against dealings
53New section 147A inserted
147AElectronic registration with caveator’s consent subject to rights of caveator
54New sections 148 to 148B substituted
148No second caveat may be entered
148ARegistrar not required to verify caveator’s entitlement to estate or interest claimed
148BRegistrar’s powers if caveat does not comply with this Act
55New section 155 substituted
155Short forms of covenant
56New section 157 substituted
157Paper instruments to be executed
57New sections 164A to 164E inserted
164ACertification
164BWho may give certification
164CRetention of evidence and audit of certifications
164DRequirements about execution do not apply if certification given
164EEffect of certification
58New section 167A inserted
167ADeposit documents
59New section 205 substituted
205Caveats in respect of applications under this Part
60Fees or charges
61New section 236 substituted
236Regulations
62New sections 237 and 238 substituted
237When paper instrument is in acceptable form
238Content of paper forms
63New sections 239 to 240D substituted
239Description of person to include personal representative
240How Registrar gives public notice
240ASpecifications by Registrar
240BNotice by Registrar to particular persons
240CNotices to Registrar
240DWhen notices taken to be delivered
64Repeals
65Other amendments to principal Act and amendments to other Acts
66Transitional provisions relating to easements
67Transitional provisions relating to landbrokers [Repealed]
Reprint notes

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: