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[Collected Rules and Regulations of the Native Land Court, in English and Māori]



13.An application for partition by Native owners may be in Form No. 5, and by a person other than a Native in Form No. 6.
14.Before the sitting of the Court to hear an application for partition it shall be the duty of the Registrar to ascertain what transactions (if any) have been registered in respect of such land, and to take care that the Court is duly informed thereof.
15.A partition order shall be in Form No. 7 or No. 8 as the case may require.
16.An order apportioning rent on partitioned land may be in Form No. 9, or separate orders may be made in respect of each parcel.page 4
17.The Court may refuse to proceed with the further partition of any land until the survey of any former partition has been completed, and an approved plan thereof furnished to the Court.
18.No partition order shall be made in favour of any purchaser or transferee from a Native owner unless the deed or instrument upon which the claim for such partition order is based has been duly stamped, and a confirmation order, or Trust Commissioner's certificate having the effect of a confirmation order, indorsed thereon. If the land is subject to the Land Transfer Act such deed or instrument must also have been registered.