Cadastral Survey Rules 2021

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

Schedule 7 Diagram symbols, line styles, and text

rr 90, 106, 121

1 Symbol and text depiction

(1)

Information on a survey, title, or reinstatement diagram must conform to the symbol, line style, and text requirements in this schedule.

(2)

All symbols, lines, and text must be black.

Compare: SR 2010/492 r 12.1

2 Symbols

(1)

The symbols in table 9 must be used for survey marks and points.

(2)

When a survey mark serves more than 1 purpose, a symbol higher up the table takes precedence over a symbol below it.

(3)

The symbol for a disturbed survey mark in its disturbed new position must be the same as that for a new mark.

(4)

The symbol for a renewed survey mark must be the same as that for an old mark.

Table 9: Symbols for survey marks
Mark typeSymbol
PRMNew
Symbols for survey marks
Old
Symbols for survey marks
Cadastral survey network mark or a vertical control mark Old
Symbols for survey marks
Adopted
Symbols for survey marks
Boundary postNew
Symbols for survey marks
Old
Symbols for survey marks
Adopted
Symbols for survey marks
Unmarked pointNew
Symbols for survey marks
Adopted
Symbols for survey marks
Other survey mark or boundary mark, including a mark in postNew
Symbols for survey marks
Old
Symbols for survey marks
Adopted
Symbols for survey marks

Compare: SR 2010/492 r 12.2

3 Line styles

(1)

The styles and widths in table 10 must be used for lines.

(2)

When a line serves more than 1 purpose, a style higher up the table takes precedence over a style below it.

(3)

The width of a thick line must be at least twice the width of a thin line.

Table 10: Line styles and widths
Line typesLine styleLine width
Boundary of a new primary, unit, or lease parcel
Line styles and widths
Thick
Reinstated boundary
Line styles and widths
Thick
Underlying exterior parcel boundary on unit title or cross lease development
Line styles and widths
Thick
Proposed unit
Line style and widths
Thick
Other non-primary parcel boundary
Line styles and widths
Thin
Measured vector
Line styles and widths
Thin
Calculated vector
Line styles and widths
Thin
Adopted vector or line
Line styles and widths
Thin
Estate boundary
Line styles and widths
Thin
Adjacent and underlying primary parcel boundary
Line styles and widths
Thin
Territorial authority boundary
Line style and widths
Thick

Compare: SR 2010/492 r 12.3

4 Font size for text

The font size for an appellation and area must be significantly larger than the font size used for vectors, dimensions, descriptions, and survey mark information.

Compare: SR 2010/492 r 12.4

Dated at Wellington this 3rd day of May 2021.


Anselm Haanen,
Surveyor-General.