|Every amendment shall be signed or initialled by the Judge, or presiding Judge, at the time of making the same, and shall specify the date on which the same was made.
|No amendment whereby the interest of any person may be prejudicially affected shall be made without due notice, nor until opportunity to show cause against such amendment has been given.
|Where any question has been referred for the decision of the Court under section 73, the Chief Judge may make such amendment as may be necessary to give effect to such decision.
|Any amendment as last aforesaid, and any amendment under section 39 of the Act, shall be by order under the hand of the Chief Judge, and shall be notified in the Gazette and Kahiti, or in one of them, as the Chief Judge shall in such order direct, and the date of such publication shall for the purpose of appeal, be the date of the decision. An order dismissing any application under section 39 shall be notified in like manner.
|The Chief Judge may refer to the Court or to a Judge for inquiry and report any application for amendment or any question in relation thereto, and the Court or Judge shall inquire accordingly, and shall report to the Chief Judge thereon.