Subpart 3—Landlocked land

326 Interpretation

In this subpart,—

landlocked land means a piece of land to which there is no reasonable access

reasonable access, in relation to land, means physical access for persons or services of a nature and quality that is reasonably necessary to enable the owner or occupier of the land to use and enjoy the land for any purpose for which it may be used in accordance with any right, permission, authority, consent, approval, or dispensation enjoyed or granted under the Resource Management Act 1991.

Compare: 1952 No 51 s 129B