Cadastral Survey Rules 2021

  • Rule 104 table 8 corrected on 5 October 2021 under section 25(1)(j)(iii) of the Legislation Act 2012.

Subpart 5—Title diagram

97 Parcel information

(1)

A title diagram—

(a)

must depict the horizontal extent and (if applicable) the vertical extent of the parcels included in the CSD, including all residue parcels; but

(b)

is not required to include any balance parcel.

(2)

A parcel on a title diagram must be represented as a polygon or polyhedron, unless rule 49 allows it to be represented as a centre-line.

(3)

A parcel on a title diagram must be depicted in its entirety on at least 1 sheet drawn to scale with—

(a)

its boundaries; and

(b)

its appellation, which may be abbreviated if it is unique; and

(c)

in the case of a non-primary parcel, the appellation of the underlying parcels, which may be abbreviated if it is unique; and

(d)

an area if required by rule 41, but an area must not be shown for a movable marginal strip.

(4)

A title diagram must depict the spatial relationship between each non-primary parcel and its underlying parcels.

(5)

A title diagram must depict a new non-primary parcel for an existing interest that is intended to be retained.

(6)

However, a title diagram does not need to depict a non-primary parcel representing an existing—

(a)

lease; or

(b)

easement in a cross lease development; or

(c)

interest that is not defined in an approved CSD.

(7)

A title diagram must depict an existing estate boundary where it passes through any new primary parcel, clearly annotated with the estate record references.

(8)

A title diagram must depict any territorial authority boundary that passes through a parcel, clearly annotated with the names of the relevant territorial authorities.

Compare: SR 2010/492 r 10.4.2(a)–(f)