Local Government Act 1993 No 30
Current version for 1 July 2020 to date (accessed 6 August 2020 at 05:20)
Chapter 18 Part 1 Section 735A
735A   Certificate as to notices
(1)  A person may apply to a council for a certificate as to whether there are any outstanding notices issued by the council under this Act in respect of any land within the council’s area.
(2)  The application must be in the approved form and be accompanied by the approved fee.
(3)  The council is to issue a certificate to the applicant stating—
(a)  whether or not a notice is outstanding in respect of the land as at the date of the certificate and, if so, the terms of the notice, and
(b)  any action proposed to be taken or that may be taken by the council in relation to the notice.
(4)  The production of the certificate is taken for all purposes to be conclusive proof of the existence or otherwise of any outstanding notices.
 Notice is defined in the Dictionary for this Act as including a notification, order, direction and demand.