[Collected Rules and Regulations of the Native Land Court, in English and Māori]
Form No. 21
Form No. 21.
Administration, with Will annexed.
"The Native Land Court Act, 1894."
In the Native Land Court, New Zealand, Distnct.
To, widow [or widower, or next-of-kin] of, deceased.
Whereas the said lately departed this life, leaving a will which has been duly proved in this Court: And whereas no executor is named in that will: You are therefore fully empowered and authorised by these presents to administer the estate and effects of the said deceased, and to demand and recover whatever debts may belong to his estate, and pay whatever debts the deceased did owe, and also the legacies contained in the said will, so far as such estate and effects shall extend; you having already solemnly declared that you will well and faithfully administer the same, and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all the estate and effects unto this Court on or before the day of next, and also file a true account of your administration thereof on or before the day of, 189: And you are therefore by these presents constituted administrator with the will annexed of all the estate and effects of the said deceased.
As witness the hand of, Esq., Judge, and the seal of the Court, this day of, 189.