Weathertight Homes Resolution Services Act 2006

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  • This version was replaced on 2 May 2017 to make corrections to sections 22(6)(b), 42(3)(e), and Schedules 1 and 2 under section 25(1)(i) and (j)(ii) and (iv) of the Legislation Act 2012.
124 Notifications to territorial authorities for land information memorandum purposes

(1)

The chief executive must notify a territorial authority (as soon as is reasonably practicable after the event, and in enough detail to enable particulars to be included in a land information memorandum issued by a territorial authority under section 44A of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987) of any of the following events occurring in relation to a dwellinghouse in its district:

(a)

an application under section 32(1) by an owner of the dwellinghouse who wishes to bring a claim in respect of it—

(i)

to have an assessor’s report prepared in respect of it; or

(ii)

to have an assessor’s report that was prepared in respect of it on the application of a former owner approved as suitable for the owner’s claim:

(b)

the decision of the chief executive under section 48 that a claim is, or is not, eligible:

(c)

the decision under section 49 of the chair on review that a claim is, or is not, eligible:

(d)

the termination under section 52 (which requires the chief executive to terminate certain claims if the situation alters) of a claim:

(e)

the decision of the chief executive under section 56 to terminate a claim not pursued:

(f)

the signing of agreed terms of settlement under section 85:

(g)

the discontinuance or termination, for any other reason (for example, under section 55 and because of a change of ownership), and if known to the department, of a claim.

(2)

The chair must notify a territorial authority (as soon as is reasonably practicable after the event, and in enough detail to enable particulars to be included in a land information memorandum issued by a territorial authority under section 44A of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987) of any of the following events occurring in relation to a dwellinghouse in its district:

(a)

the termination of a claim under section 53:

(b)

the withdrawal of a claim under section 67:

(c)

the determination of a claim under section 90:

(d)

the termination of adjudication proceedings under section 109:

(e)

the transfer of a claim to court, under section 119:

(f)

the transfer of proceedings to adjudication, under section 120 or 121:

(g)

the discontinuance or termination, for any other reason (for example, under section 55 and because of a change of ownership), and if known to the tribunal, of a claim.