The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69
14. An application for partition by a Native owner may be in the form numbered six, and by a person other than a Native in the form numbered seven, in the Schedule hereto.
15. No application for partition of land the title whereto is a memorial of ownership or certificate of title under any Act relating to Native land shall be entertained until the memorial or certificate has been issued by the Court. Where land has been divided under "The Native Land Division Act, 1882," or partitioned under the said Act, no further partition of any parcel of the land so divided or partitioned will be made, unless and until a Crown grant or Land Transfer certificate has issued in respect of such parcel.
16. Before the sitting of the Court to hear an application for the partition of land held under Crown grant, or registered under a Land Transfer Act, it shall be the duty of the Registrar to ascertain whether any, and what, transactions have been registered in the District Land Registry, or in the Deeds Registration Office, in respect of such land, and to attach to the application for partition a list of such transactions, if any.
17. If more than one application for partition be received in respect of the same land, it shall be sufficient if the list referred to in the last-preceding rule be attached to any one of such applications, and a minute referring thereto placed on each of the other applications.
18. A partition order shall be in the form numbered eight or nine in the Schedule hereto, as the case may require.
19. A "lease order" may be in the form numbered ten in the Schedule hereto; but separate orders in respect of each parcel of the partitioned land may be made.