NZ’s new cadastral survey rules take effect

By on 30 August, 2021

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New Zealand’s Cadastral Survey Rules 2021 (CSR 2021) came into effect on Monday, 30 August 2021, setting the standards on how cadastral surveyors define and describe land boundaries.

There will now be a six-month transition period to 25 February 2022, during which field work can be undertaken and CSDs certified and lodged under either the old Rules for Cadastral Survey 2010 or the CSR 2021.

After 25 February 2022, only CSDs certified in terms of the CSR 2021 will be accepted.

The Landonline website has been updated to support the capture and validation of surveys under CSR 2021 as well as to support the transition period.

Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand systems and processes have also been updated to support the new rules.

Support material for both sets of rules is available during the transition period:

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