Land Information Memorandum (LIM) Report
Christmas Period Notice:
Applications can still be made during the Christmas period however from the 20 December 2019 - 10 January 2020 are considered non working days under the Local Government Official Information and Meeting Act 1987.
A Land Information Memorandum (LIM) is a summary of property information stored on our databases from all of our relevant departments.
Why you should get a LIM?
If you’re buying a property, a LIM may answer some important questions about the property and any associated buildings. If you’re selling, a LIM is a way of informing potential buyers about your property.
A LIM gives you the opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have regarding Council requirements, matters or issues, and to obtain advice from your solicitor.
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. Also, a LIM report does not include a physical inspection of the property.
How to apply for a LIM
You can save time and complete a LIM application completely online!
Or, download and complete the LIM application form: LIM Application Form
You will need to provide:
- the street address
- legal description e.g. Lot & DP/S
- the current owner's name
- current and appropriate Record of Title together with attached diagram which is shown in the application form
- the appropriate fee.
A standard LIM report takes 10 working days to compile, our urgent service takes 5 working days.
Record of Title
An application is not considered to be submitted unless the full and correctly completed application has been received by Council along with a Historical Record of Title, no older than 14 days. This title can be obtained from the Land Information NZ website, or a copy can be obtained from your lawyer or real estate agent.