(1) The memorial of every
“suit pending” shall express the date of the commencement thereof, the title of the action, the nature and object of the proceeding, and shall be certified by the Registrar of the High Court.
(2) The memorial of every petition for the winding up of a company by the Court shall express the name of the petitioner, the name of the company, and the date of the presentation of the petition, and shall be certified by the Registrar of the High Court.
(3) The memorial of every judgment, decree, or order whereby the title to any land is affected shall express the date thereof, the title of the action, and so much of the judgment, decree, or order as relates to the land affected thereby, and shall be certified by the Registrar of the High Court.
(4) The memorial of every judgment, decree, or order for the recovery of a sum of money shall specify and contain such particulars as are required in that behalf by the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure of the High Court relating to charging orders affecting land, so far as the same are applicable.
(5) The memorial of the entry of satisfaction of any judgment registered under this Act shall set forth the names of the plaintiff and defendant, the time when such entry was so made, the amount of the judgment debt of which satisfaction has been so entered, and shall be certified by the signature of the officer authorised to make such entries.
(6) The memorial of every bankruptcy shall express the name, place of abode, and condition or calling of the bankrupt, and the date on which he was adjudged bankrupt, and shall be certified by the signature of the proper officer of the adjudging Court.
(7) The memorial of every private Act shall express the title, date, and number thereof.
(8) Every memorial shall also describe the lands to which the same relates, by reference to the number of the section or other distinguishing number given or assigned in the register books to the parcel of land whereof such land constitutes the whole or a part, and by reference to the number (if any) assigned thereto in the book of consecutive numbers hereinafter mentioned.
Compare: 1868 No 51 ss 25-31
“High Court” were substituted for the words
“Supreme Court”, as from 1 April 1980, pursuant to section 12 Judicature Amendment Act 1979 (1979 No 124).