Keyword: #lim

Land Information Memorandum
Manatu Mōhiohio Whenua

A LIM or Land Information Memorandum is a report issued by Council which provides a summary of all the information that we have on file about that property, in particular, all works on the property that Council has had involvement in. Here's what you need to know about requesting a LIM.

What is a LIM report?

A LIM (Land Information Memorandum) is a report done by Council, collating all information on a specific property that we have stored on our databases.

Normally a LIM is requested when you are buying a property, as it may answer some important questions about the property and any associated buildings.

A LIM allows you to discuss concerns you may have regarding Council requirements, matters or issues, and to seek legal advice. Banks and insurance companies may require a LIM to protect their investment. Please be aware that only a current LIM is valid for the purpose of a Sale and Purchase Agreement.

Request a LIM

Search for the property that you want to request a LIM for. The page will then reload with the correct details for that property in the application form. Or if you know the details you can just enter them into the form.

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