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

Form No. 53

Form No. 53.

Order for Payment of Costs.

"The Native Land Court Act, 1894."

page 60

In the Native Land Court, New Zealand.

In the matter of.

At a sitting of the Court at, before, Esq., Judge:

It is ordered that, of, do pay, on or before the day of, to, of, the sum of £ as and for his costs of and incidental to the said matter.

As witness the hand of, Esq., Judge, and the seal of the Court, this day of, 189., Judge

Schedule of Fees. £ s. d.
Hearing in Court, per day, each party 1 0 0
Swearing witness 0 2 0
Sealing subpœna, and copies 0 5 0
Inspection of any record 0 2 0
Office copy, per folio of 90 words 0 0 6
On lodging application for interpreter's license 1 0 0
Succession order 0 5 0
Office copy of same 0 2 6
Partition order or order defining relative interests 1 0 0
Any other order conferring title to land 1 0 0
Office copy of same 0 10 0
Any order not conferring title to land 0 5 0
Office copy of same 0 2 6
Any order under "The Maori Real Estate Management Act, 1888" Nil.
On filing application for exchange or partition 0 10 0
On filing application under section 39 2 0 0
Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration,—
If the value of the estate does not exceed £200 0 10 0
If the value exceeds £200 1 0 0
On Application for Confirmation of Alienation,—
In respect of every conveyance where consideration does not exceed £100 0 10 0
Where consideration exceeds £100, but does not exceed £1,000 1 0 0
Where consideration exceeds £1,000 2 0 0
In respect of every lease where annual rental does not exceed £50 0 5 0
Where annual rental exceeds £50, and does not exceed £150 0 10 0
Where annual rental over £150 1 0 0page 61
In respect of any other deed whatever 0 10 0
Confirmation order Nil.
for every order of Court removing restrictions 1 0 0

Note.—The fees on application for confirmation and on application under section 39 include hearing fee. Half an hour may be allowed for cross-examination of witness in any case free of charge.

Schedule of Witnesses' Expenses. £ s. d.
Professional men, when their evidence as experts is required, per diem 1 1 0
Professional men, when their evidence as experts is required, per diem to
Professional men, when their evidence as experts is required, per diem 2 2 0
Professional men, bankers, merchants, auctioneers, land agents and other gentlemen not specially mentioned, per diem 0 15 0
Professional men, bankers, merchants, auctioneers, land agents and other gentlemen not specially mentioned, per diem to
Professional men, bankers, merchants, auctioneers, land agents and other gentlemen not specially mentioned, per diem 1 1 0
Masters of ships, officers of police of superior grade, farmers, clerks, shopkeepers, and storekeepers, per diem 0 12 0
Shopmen, journeymen, mechanics, petty officers of ships, and officers of police of inferior grade, per diem 0 10 0
Labourers, seamen, and police constables, per diem 0 6 0
To an interpreter, if engaged for any time not exceeding one hour 0 10 6
For every additional hour or fraction of an hour he may be actually employed beyond that time 0 5 0
But not exceeding one day 2 2 0

Female witnesses at the rate of two-thirds the allowance of male witnesses of corresponding rank.

For witnesses residing beyond three miles from the Court there will be allowed their coach, railway, or steamboat fares. By railway or steamer second-class fares will be allowed for labourers, journeymen, and mechanics; and first-class fares for other witnesses. Where there is no public conveyance there will be allowed for such witnesses a mileage rate not exceeding 9d. per mile one way.

There will also be allowed 3s. in addition for each night such witnesses are necessarily detained from their own houses, except when travelling by sea.

As witness my hand, at Wellington, this nineteenth day of February, 1895.

Geo. B. Davy,
Chief Judge.

Approved in Council, 6th March 1895.

Alex. Willis,
Clerk of the Executive Council.