The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7
Commission for negotiating sale
Commission for negotiating sale.
22. The Superintendent of the Province of Wellington for the time being, may with the sanction of the Agent-General allow to any person who shall negotiate, or shall since the first day of August one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one have negotiated the sale to any person not resident in the Province of Wellington of any land under the First Part or the Second Part of this Act, or under the regulations for the time being in force for the sale, letting, or occupation of the Waste Lands of the Crown in the said Province, a commission at such rate not exceeding five pounds per centum on the amount of the total purchase money paid or agreed to be paid upon such sale as he shall think fit, and such commission shall be paid forthwith after the sale out of the deposit or purchase money as the case may be, upon the warrant of the said Superintendent.