When starting Quickmap you may get this error: Cannot save messages to Log file. Unable to log messages to file ‘c:\qmap.log’ because The process cannot access the file ‘C:\Users\username\Documents\Quickmap\QMap.log’ because it is being used by another process. Error Message is: Continue reading Cannot Save Messages To Log File
When trying to install the Air Photos, you may get this error: Quickmap Air Photos Install Failed Method not found: ‘Boolean Custom.Software.QUpgradeHelper.CanUpgrade()’. This occurs when there is a difference in version (or date) between the QUpgrade.dll and the QExpansionSetup.exe (or V8_ExpansionSetup.exe). Continue reading Boolean Custom.Software.QUpgradeHelper.CanUpgrade() – Air Photos Install Failed
There are a few types of survey plan that you can get from LINZ, these include LT plans, DP plans and now CSD plans. The difference between each type of plan is listed below: LT plans (Land Transfer plans) are Continue reading What’s The Difference Between An LT Plan, DP Plan And A CSD Plan?
Quickmap can do a lot of things, but did you know that it can also draw route maps? Creating a route map in Quickmap is easy. Simply click Tools -> Shortest Path, North / South Island, then follow the simple Continue reading Creating An NZ Route Map With Quickmap
After changing the Quickmap data directory to another directory, you may get this error: Quickmap Setup Out of disk space — Volume ‘X:\’ Required space: XXX KB Available space: 0 KB Free some disk space and retry. This is a Continue reading Out Of Disk Space
A Life Interest is an interest on a title, whereby the listed Remainder Men will become the owner(s) of the property when the existing owner dies. Please like this page:
Co-Ownership (Joint Tenants And Tenants In Common) is a way of jointly owning land as individuals. A Joint Tenancy is an undefined and undivided interest in land with rights of survivorship – so if one of the tenants dies, the Continue reading Co-Ownership (Joint Tenants And Tenants In Common)
Statutory Land Charges may be listed on a title where there are charges owed on the land, such as unpaid council rates. Please like this page:
Some titles may have reference to Notices Under The Building Act. There are two types of Notices Under The building act: Additional restrictions on building on the land – which may include considerations such as liquefaction. The other notice pertains to Continue reading What Are Notices Under The Building Act On A Title?
A Notice of Claim is the same as a caveat (in other words, it’s a warning that there’s a third party interest in the land), however a Notice of Claim only relates to property relationship claims, such as a former spouse Continue reading What Is A Notice Of Claim On A Title?