Certificate of title Waste Land Act 1874 Province Auckland ss 24, 27, 65, 66 New [New Zealand Arms] Zealand Reference
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Customer: Certificate of title Waste Land Act 1874 Province Auckland
ss 24, 27, 65, 66
New [New Zealand Arms] Zealand
Vol , folio 226
Certificate of title under the Land Transfer Act
This certificate, dated the 2nd day of one thousand nine hundred and SIXTY-FIVE [ Grant under the Auckland Waste Land Act1874 ], under the hand and seal of the District Land Registrar of
the Land Registration District of [NORTH AUCKLAND], witnesseth that [***** *****, ***** *****, ***** *****, ***** *****, JOSEPH HARRIS, LIZZIE HARRIS, ***** *****, ANNIE HARRIS, CHARLOTTE HARRIS, LYRIA HARRIS, and ***** ***** ] are seised of an estate
in fee simple, (subject to such reservations, restrictions, encumbrances, liens, and
interests as are notified by memorial underwritten or endorsed hereon) subject also to
any existing right of the Crown to take and lay off roads under the provisions of any
Act of the Parliament of New Zealand, in the land hereinafter described, delineated with bold black lines on the plan hereon be the several admeasurements a
little more or less, that is to say: All that parcel of land containing [56 acres 1 rod 21 perches more or less being allotment 1 parish MOTUKARAKA ].
District Land Registrar.
Schedule 1 form 2: amended, on 1 January 1987, pursuant to section 29(2) of the Constitution Act
1986 (1986 No 114).
Reprinted as at
1 January 2018 Land Transfer Act 1952 Schedule (1)
Abatement of freehold
Ballentine's Law Dictionary
Wrongful entry and taking possession of real property by a stranger, before the heir or devisee has entered. See***** 260.
Abatement of Freehold
Black's Law Dictionary: 2nd Edition
This takes place where a person dies seised of an inheritance, and, before the heir or devisee enters, a stranger, having no right, makes a wrongful entry, and gets possession of it. Such an entry is technically called an "abatement," and the stranger an "abator." It is, in fact, a figurative expression, denoting that the rightful possession or freehold of the heir or devisee is overthrown by the unlawful intervention of a stranger. Abatement differs from intrusion, in that it is always to the prejudice of the heir or immediate devisee, whereas the latter is to the prejudice of the reversioner or remainder-man; and disseisin differs from them both, for to disseise is to put forcibly or fraudulently a person seised of the freehold out of possession. 1 Co... Inst 277a; 3 Bl. Comin. 166; Brown v. Burdick,***** 268. By the ancient laws of Normandy, this term was used to signify the act of one who, having an apparent right of possession to an estate, took possession of it immediately after the death of the actual possessor before the heir entered. (Howard, Anciennes Lois des Franqais, tome 1, p. 539.) Bouvier.
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Customer: I am the Heir of this estate in fee simple and would like to set up the claim to go to the high court
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