Additional Rules and Regulations of the Native Appellate Court.
Whereas by "The Native Land Court Act, 1894," it is enacted that the Chief Judge of the Native Land Court may from time to time, with the approval of the Governor in Council, make and prescribe rules of practice and procedure and forms of proceedings in the various matters in which jurisdiction is or may be conferred on the Native Appellate Court constituted by the said Act; and for regulating the sittings of the said Appellate Court; and for fixing the fees to be paid under the said Act, and the time and mode of payment, and for enforcing payment thereof:
And whereas the said Chief Judge, in exercise of the power and authority aforesaid, with the approval of the Governor in Council, made and prescribed certain rules and regulations of the said Court, which said rules and regulations, bearing date the 19th day of December, 1894, are now in force:
And whereas it is expedient to further exercise the power and authority aforesaid:
Now, therefore, I, George Boutflower Davy, Chief Judge of the Native Land Court, do hereby, for the purposes aforesaid, and in exercise of the power and authority in that behalf vested in me by the said Act, make and prescribe the additional rules and regulations following:—
21. No appeal shall be notified for hearing until after the expiration of two months from the date of the decision appealed from. Rule 2 of the said regulations of the 19th day of December, 1894, is hereby revoked.
22. Rule 122 of the rules and regulations of the Native Land Court shall apply to and be deemed to be incorporated with the rules and regulations of the Appellate Court.
As witness my hand, this 15th day of September, 1896.G. B. Davy,
Approved in Council.
J. F. Andrews,
Acting Clerk of the Executive Council.