The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 62
Persons who may and may not Become Selectors on Deferred Payments
Persons who may and may not Become Selectors on Deferred Payments.
Any person of the age of seventeen years and upwards may become a selector hereunder; but no person who has forfeited the right to hold the land selected by him by reason of the wilful breach of any of the conditions of his license under the deferred-payment system shall be allowed at any time to make a new selection under this Act.
- No owner of a pre-emptive right;
- No person being the owner in fee of six hundred and forty acres of land in all;
- No person who at any time acquires or has acquired a freehold under the system of occupying land known as the "homestead" system;
- No selector who has acquired the freehold of any land on deferred payment under the relief afforded in accordance with the recommendation of the Waste Lands Committee of the House of Representatives in a report dated the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and eighty;
- No married waman not having obtained a decree of judicial separation or a protection order, or not altogether separated and living apart from her husband;
- No person who, at the time of making his application has made any arrangement or agreement to permit any other person to acquire, by purchase or otherwise, the allotment in respect of which his application is made, or which he has bought by tender, or any part thereof, or the applicant's interest therein; shall become a selector hereunder.