The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69
57. An application for rehearing shall state shortly the grounds upon which such application is made.
58. The Chief Judge may require any applicant to furnish further and better particulars of the grounds of the application.
59. No inquiry will be held upon an application for rehearing until after the expiration of three months from the date of the decision in respect of which such application is made.page 10
60. Notice of any sitting of the Court to inquire into [unclear: applied] cations for rehearing may be given in such manner as [unclear: the] Chief Judge may direct.
61. An order directing or refusing a rehearing [unclear: may be] the form numbered twenty-eight in the Schedule [unclear: hear] Notice of such orders shall be given in the [unclear: Gazette] Kahiti or in such manner as the Chief Judge shall from [unclear: ti] to time direct. In the absence of special directions notice shall be given in the form numbered twenty-nine in the Schedule hereto.
62. An order made on rehearing may be in the form numbered thirty in the Schedule hereto.