Educational Reserves Leasing Ordinance (No 2) 1875 (C)

Educational Reserves Leasing Ordinance (No 2) 1875 (C)

Provincial Act
Date of assent16 August 1875

Anno Tricessimo Octavio Victoriae Reginae

  • Preamble

    WHEREAS by several Crown Grants bearing the dates respectively as contained in the Schedule hereto all those parcels of land described in the said Crown Grants and delineated in the plans drawn in the margin thereof with all the rights and appurtenances thereto belonging were granted unto the Superintendent of the Province of Canterbury and his successors in the Trust as an endowment for schools of technical science and agriculture and for the promotion of superior education: AND WHEREAS it is expedient that certain resolutions of the Provincial Council authorising the Superintendent to lease to the present holders of depasturing licences the said reserves upon the same terms and conditions as the same were held under the provisions of the Waste Lands Regulations for the Province of Canterbury.

1 Superintendent may lease lands to the holders of the depasturing licences over the same at time Reserves were made
  • It shall be lawful for the Superintendent to lease the said lands now included in the Crown Grants mentioned in the Schedule hereto to the persons, their executors, administrators or assigns respectively who at the time such reserves were made were the holders of the depasturing licences under the said Waste Lands Regulations upon the same terms and conditions as the same were held under the provisions of the said Waste Lands Regulations and also hereafter further to lease the same upon such terms as may by law be fixed as the terms upon which depasturing licences shall be held from the year 1880.

2 Superintendent shall reserve rights of mortgagees or other persons beneficially interested in right to depasture stock
  • The Superintendent shall in all such leases respectively reserve the rights if any of all mortgagees or other persons who may for the time being be beneficially interested by transfer or otherwise in the right to depasture stock on such lands under the provisions of the said Waste Lands Regulations aforesaid.

3 Superintendent may convey Reserves 1357 and 1577 to the Canterbury College
  • When and as soon its the leases of the said lands shall have been duly signed and executed it shall be lawful for the Superintendent to convey and assure the said lands included in Reserves numbered respectively 1357 and l577 unto the Canterbury College incorporated under and by virtue of the Canterbury College Ordinance 1873 subject to the leases thereof so to be granted as aforesaid to be held by the said College upon trust for the several purposes respectively referred to in the Crown Grants of the said Reserves 1357 and 1577:

    Provided always that it shall be obligatory upon the said College to sell and dispose of the said lands in parcels at the price and upon the same terms and conditions as those upon which the waste lands of the Crown in the Province of Canterbury are now open to sale pursuant to the Canterbury Waste Lands Regulations to all and every person and persons applying to purchase the same and that the money realised by every such sale shall be held and applied by the said College upon and for the same purposes respectively as are declared in the Crown Grant or Grants of the lands of which the portions respectively sold form part.

    The Canterbury College Ordinance 1873 was repealed by section 44 Canterbury College and Canterbury Educational College Act 1896.

4 Title
  • This Ordinance shall be intituled and may be cited as the Educational Reserves Leasing Ordinance (No 2) 1875


Schedule

Number of Reserve, as delineated in red on the Map of the Chief Surveyor of the Province of CanterburyDistrictAcreageDate of Crown Grant
1357Ashburton...................................................................
53,00013 April 1875
1574Waitangi...................................................................
61,00013 April 1875
1575Timaru...................................................................
34,95013 April 1875
1576Timaru...................................................................
5,00013 April 1875
1577Upper Waimakariri64,64013 April 1875