Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993
Maori Land Act 1993

47 Administrative and consequential matters

(1)

Every order made by the Chief Judge under section 44 shall be signed by the Chief Judge and sealed with the seal of the Maori Land Court.

(2)

The Chief Judge may at any time cause duplicates of any order made by the Chief Judge or by any former Chief Judge, or by the Deputy Chief Judge or any former Deputy Chief Judge, under section 44 or the corresponding provisions of any former enactment, to be signed and sealed.

(3)

Every such duplicate shall have the word “Duplicate” written or stamped on it, and shall have the same evidentiary value as the order of which it is a duplicate.

(4)

All consequential amendments required to be made in any order, record, or document made, issued, or kept by the court, because of any order made by the Chief Judge under section 44, or made by the Maori Appellate Court on appeal from any such order, may be made by any Judge of the court; and where it becomes necessary to correct the Land Transfer Register, a copy of the order and a note of the consequential amendments made pursuant to this subsection shall be transmitted by the Registrar of the court to the District Land Registrar, who shall thereupon make all necessary amendments in the register of the title to the land affected.

(5)

No fee shall be payable under this Act or the Land Transfer Act 1952 in respect of the making of any necessary amendments in the register of the title to any land under subsection (4).

Compare: 1953 No 92 s 452(10), (13); 1958 No 41 s 8