The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69
Notice of Applications and Sittings of the Court
Notice of Applications and Sittings of the Court.
34. In the absence of any special directions, notice of all applications, and of the sitting of the Court thereon, shall be in the form numbered twenty-one in the Schedule, and shall be inserted in the Kahiti in the Maori language. Notice of applications for partition and removal of restrictions shall also be inserted in the Gazette in the English language.
35. A copy of such notice shall be sent by post to each of the applicants whose applications are notified therein. Copies may also be sent to any other persons, for distribution or otherwise, if the Chief Judge shall think it necessary to do so.
36. An order of the Chief Judge appointing a time and place for the sitting of the Court shall be in the form numbered twenty-two in the Schedule. An order adjourning the sitting of the Court shall be in the form numbered twenty-three.
Notice of an order of adjournment made before the time appointed for the opening of a sitting shall be given in such manner as the Chief Judge may direct.
37. If an adjournment is made by the presiding Judge after the opening of a sitting it shall be sufficient if a minute of such adjournment be made in the minute-book of the Court.
38. An adjournment made by the Chief Judge after the opening of a sitting, when he is not presiding, may be notified in such manner as he may direct.
39. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to transmit all applications notified to be heard at any sitting of the Court, together with all plans and other documents relating thereto, and a copy of the notice, to the Judge who is to preside at page 8 such Court, whose duty it shall then be to obtain the attendance of an Assessor, and with him attend the Court at & time and place appointed, and hear and determine all matters properly brought before them.
40. It shall be the duty of the Chief Judge to provided a clerk and interpreter for the Court.
41. Notice of the intention to bring any other business before the Court in addition to that notified in the first instance may be given from time to time by publication in the Kahiti, or in such other manner as the Chief Judge may direct. Such notice shall be in the form numbered twenty four in the Schedule hereto.
The Chief Judge may refuse to allow any such supplementary notice to be issued unless the parties applying & posit with the Registrar a sufficient sum to defray the cost of printing and circulating such notice.
42. Subject to these rules the Court shall decide upon the sufficiency of any notice.