Changes to Councils Revenue and Finance Policy
Wairoa District Council is proposing significant changes to its Revenue and Financing Policy, and now wants feedback and input from you, the people of Wairoa. » read more
A Land Information Memorandum is a report prepared by Council at your request. It provides historical and current information held by the Wairoa District Council on properties throughout the Wairoa District.
A LIM is based on a search of Council records only. There may be other information relating to the land, which is unknown to Council. Council does not undertake any inspection of the land or any building on it for the purpose of preparing a LIM.
A LIM is usually requested prior to the purchase or sale of a property.
A LIM is issued under section 44A of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 2002 and contains all information known to Council relevant to the described land.
The applicant is solely responsible for ensuring that the described land is suitable for a particular purpose. Any plans, aerial photographs or diagrams attached to the LIM are for illustrative purposes only and are not confirmation of the legal position of the boundaries, or any services on the described land.
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