Western Lands Act 1901 No 70
35T Minister may extinguish special easements
(1) On the application of:
(a) each beneficiary of a special easement, and
(b) in the case of a special easement over land held under a lease,
each lessee of the land,
the Minister may, by instrument lodged with the Registrar-General,
release the easement.
(2) On receiving an instrument lodged under subsection (1), the
Registrar-General may record such particulars of the release of the special
easement as the Registrar-General considers necessary in any folio of the
Register relating to land which, in the Registrar-General’s opinion, is
affected by the release of the easement.
(3) No duty is payable under the Duties Act 1997 in respect of an
instrument lodged under subsection (1).
(4) As soon as practicable after a special easement is released under
this section, the Minister must cause notice of that fact to be given
(a) each former beneficiary of the easement, and
(b) each lessee of land over which the easement was formerly in