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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69

Form No. 17, Rule 27.—Administration Bond

Form No. 17, Rule 27.—Administration Bond.

Know all men by these presents that we, _____, of_____, are held and firmly bound unto_____, Registrar of the Native Land Court for the District of_____, in the sum of £, for which payment well and truly to be made to the said, or to such Registrar for the time being, we do, and each of us doth, bind ourselves and each of us, and the heirs executors and administrators of us and of each of us, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

Whereas by order of the said Court made the_____, day of_____, it is ordered that the said_____, may administer the estate of_____, deceased, on behalf of those entitled to succeed:

Now the condition of the above-written bond is that if the above-bounden shall well and truly administer the personal estate of the deceased according to law, and in the manner directed by any order or certificate of the said Court in that behalf [and shall render to the said Court a true and just account of the said administratorship on or before the day of_____,], then this bond shall be void and of none effect, but otherwise shall remain in full force.

Signed the_____, day of_____, in the presence of

Judge of the Court [or Solicitor of Supreme Court, or Justice of Peace, or Clerk of Resident Magistrate's Court, or Postmaster].