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#269705 3-Apr-2020 12:36
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I need to contract my neighbors but they are not going to be home for a week so I want to contact them on Facebook but have no idea what there last is anybody know a way I can find it

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  #2453710 3-Apr-2020 12:39
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Ask some of the other neighbours? Or have you not been and met them...


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  #2453711 3-Apr-2020 12:41
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Land title search (assuming they own the house they live in and hold it in their personal names). That's a public record but you tend to need a subscription to commercial providers who aggregate such records to be able to make use of that during the current times.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2453715 3-Apr-2020 12:46
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Who is clearing their mail whilst they are away?


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  #2453742 3-Apr-2020 13:16
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As above have a nosy in the mailbox for a letter with a name on it


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  #2453777 3-Apr-2020 14:02
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dejadeadnz:

 

Land title search (assuming they own the house they live in and hold it in their personal names). That's a public record but you tend to need a subscription to commercial providers who aggregate such records to be able to make use of that during the current times.

 

 

 

 

For $20 or so you can get a report with the title, they appear to be automated last time i used it as it arived within a few minutes of submitting the request.





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  #2453782 3-Apr-2020 14:03
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Some councils have rates information available online, just need to lookup the street address to find valuation, rates amount, and names.




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  #2455257 5-Apr-2020 18:34
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Delphinus:

 

Some councils have rates information available online, just need to lookup the street address to find valuation, rates amount, and names.

 



searched here did not find any name maybe i looked in wrong place? https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/property-rates-valuations/pages/find-property-rates-valuation.aspx


 
 
 
 


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  #2455258 5-Apr-2020 18:41
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shapes:

Delphinus:


Some councils have rates information available online, just need to lookup the street address to find valuation, rates amount, and names.




searched here did not find any name maybe i looked in wrong place? https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/property-rates-valuations/pages/find-property-rates-valuation.aspx


Look yourself up, so you know if you are using it correctly.

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  #2455292 5-Apr-2020 19:08
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Auckland council doesnt show that on their rates info page


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  #2455351 5-Apr-2020 20:03
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shapes: I need to contract my neighbors but they are not going to be home for a week so I want to contact them on Facebook but have no idea what there last is anybody know a way I can find it


Ummm... where are they going during lockdown? The rule is that you have ONE home that you live in. You cannot live in your house during the week and live in your bach at the weekend.

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  #2455396 5-Apr-2020 21:48
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It costs just $5.95 to do a certificate of title search on www.qv.co.nz and the details are provided instantly.

 

Auckland council's rating database does not provide owner details online - You'd have to go into a council office to be provided owner details, not something that is possible at the moment.

 

Of course this is all under the assumption that the occupants own it. If they rent it, you are out of luck.


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