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Creator: Antigua
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Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
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 Subjects
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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IL is he'tb-y ni i d for g;'l r;,
information that ii e ('olotia A0i
Navigation Order, I'l. of the 1Tnii4.
Kingdom has ben a; ime;n'di'el iy
Colonial Air Navigition (Amenn-d-
ment) (No. 2) Order, 19j57. inside by
Her Majesty in Couir'l in ti 8th
day of Ociuieri. 1957, ain laid befor-
Parlianent on thie 14 h &y of Octto-
ber. 1957. This ::;ni'hdmet, will
come into i' c' ti st 1i -rtmii .

2. Thi'a Or,!er amtn'iil-th' ('cmloniil
Air Navi; gio' Orin'l r', i95.5, l. incluil-
ing in that Order new Pir xisies Jfor
prev-intitng ox''tsive- fatigue on !the
part of the operating crew (i.'.. jIll s,
flight engin-t ': Hiithi navw lat is ; n!
flight ranli opratri ') of aicr.di
regiiteredi in thii Colony, 'T'l'h(. i p-
visions ;ai' sf t out in C iitiide'ral!e
detail in Articlis 31A- to 34B, while
Article 3-il eueiiies the Gverniior to
modify or replace any or nil of them
should they an)pear inalppopriate for
application in respect of aircraft
registered in the Colony. It also
amends ',h t' le of the Air and Air
Traffi, ( )it, . .. i 'v t ii l r-
mits a glide: when -il-s-oarini ,, fly
clo,'.r toa)S 500 feet to an; pier.n' i
vOsse.l velii!ire or stroO iil<'. noid it ;A.l>-
the ,ir S' ing with l .' with:' It
t' i :''' of 'rSrdna S anew HuleO
whih ic b si u:iiailvy re-e-m, Is ihe
prerenit requiremnliits 1L'i includes
new provisi', ns- prohiblitingi flight
-within such zmnyfs (-xci pt for specified
purposes s:cih as l.ndlin o tr ake off.
unless permni'l-io' n of th- alropriate
authority has b)een obtained.

3. A copy of this Order may be
seen if desired at the Offices of the
Chief Secreiary or of any of the
Administrators of the Leev\ ard
Islands. Th. Order willing due course
form part of thiy bonnd volume of
Laws of the Leeward Islands for 1957.

Secretarial,
Antiguan.
31st October, 1957.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that under the provisions of
Regulation 3 of thi- Antigua Public
Service Commission ]Regnlations,
1956, S. R. & 0. No. 4 of 1956, His
Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to appoint Mr. A. Wilson to be

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ge nv.r i' for: tihon

Abbott ;Q BR, 'nnio (T ek. Adni I-


Abbolt, hiMJs E., Jtunior '
iilhow.


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Brathwaite, S., Jluiii' (C1'r l<. Tiean'sry.
Vi0:;! Isla dis, r firmed i n
appointment. Nov. 1, 1956i

Harris, F. 0. C., Crown Attirney and
Mbql'stl'ot,. .ilo'lyt' rral TOt I t as
Alto rnv f-i*,,w!al o the L.cward


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Husbands, C. S. Magistrate. Antigna,
to act las (Crown At!orn0 y and
Mlagistratp. Mlonto-iTi'. Nov. 5

Leonard, Miss D., Junior Clerk.
Administration, Virgin Islands,
confirmed in appointment.
Sep. 1, 1956
Penn, W. R., Junior Clerk. Treasury,
Virgin Islamnd, confirmedd in
appointment. Nov. 1, 1"' .,

Piper, E., Junior Dispenser. Labora-
tory Technician. Medical & Health
Department, Virgin Islands. con-
tract expired. Dec. 31, 1956

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES
No. 130.

The Secretary of State for the
Oolonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
undermentioned Ordinances:-

Antigua.

No. 1 of 1957, "The Mental
Treatment Ordinance, 1956."
Oct. 22
47/004Rg


V.1 i 10,- n
&qn Ate.nrihnf'i t)
195 "


Oct :7,.


No,. 7 of l 'i7, -T!e Pi,!lic ;oli-
d ',- Act (Ainu in.dn.l at) (':-dind noe,
19:7 ". Oct V.
47.)0484t.
No. i'i oi' 1;, '9 !te'giit:r tion of
Uniited iKii i:i.j iP';i, ls Act (Aj,,end-
Iment) Oirdin I'' 1957. Oct 24.
47/O loG.

No. 131.

The follow ina Ordinance is circu-
lat-d wih ith is ('zette and fori-s part
their, of:-

An[igqua.

No. 17 of 1957. The Til;,t by
Rogiitratiron Act (Aime': dnint) irdi-
nance, 1957." 7pp. Price 10 cts.






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INVAUiA. ;; OF E:TM.^ ST-,.S15
It is hr c'b? notiled for gItener'i
info iiation. twot, notw\ithst:iding the
pI'ovini ofns (A thIe !ii!g Gieor. VI (rtn
shilin s a id o1. po und t.,i -



po''wii a:'trltiisi' d lorp use in Antignu
by t, twoa ;ps (Ordle, 1948, (8. R. & O
1:.-[., X'). 6) nauy, hy \irtlue of the
Kiny ( orge VI tIi j;!., and one
p iold BIamips ((Co,(inill e.c of Use)
(0i c. 1957. (S. RI. & 0. 1957 No. 29)
continue" t, ba used for tie payment
of pIt'.or st'.m!p 'iiiuis 1up to and
in -luding the 31st day of March,
1:l.'. after which date they shall no
longer be valid for the said purposes.

Provision has, however, been made
in the above Coitinuance of Use
Order for ia period of grace of three
months thereafter, that is iin or
before the ..II:h dax' of June. 1958.
within which holdti- of tlhe tamps
of tlhe abov'fni-entioned denowmina-
tionn may effect their exclhan,,e at the
General Post Office, St. John's, Anti-
gna, for a stamp or stamps of equal
value authorised for use in the Colony
of Antigua.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
21st September, 1957.


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250 THE AN ilTGi A, MON ISERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZ'. I E' November 7, 1957.


PROVOST MiARSIAL'S OFFICE,
ANTIGcA, 4th November, 1957.

Notice is heb'hy given that there
will be sold on the va;rions premises
in the City (o Saint John hereafter
named on Th rsiday 5th Decemrnber,
1957 at I 2 .'cloc k noon. tdl lands
and tene'inanH i'dlonging t, the per-
sons whose 1m11es1 are set out here-
under, tl.' saill pr,'iis living been
lAvied uipon t'o ;.tisfy the City Rate
due thler,, for I,' par 1957.

Hl.rilor n Land No. 2

David Antho i X, h Ah!bo ;1o Hamil-
ton (7)

H,.i! 'n, Laud No. 3
Alphonsi) iianiiiton (3) Estate of
(' 1 a J' sp.


Estate of Charhs EAte, irsula Mat-
thew. iris M ;Iain''i n.

Athill Street
Sarah .

Tqg v '.; :.***el
Iris Muina"il,"am'.

Bell Street
James Lynch, Ivan Harris, Ray-
inom d Isiae.

Alfred i'-iers Street
S' IF i),, .- iFra ci.s (3), John
-Bro-wn, Phiyllis DeSiivia, Irene
Robe rts.

Dickensonbay Street
Ernest Jaines, Npnmiah Knigji;t,
IEd\va 'il inilu., N v. iio iIriilg Rosa-
lin, Morgan, Ickfird Winter (2).

St. George's Street
Icakford Wl (I.). \li; WA X !s.
Doris Allen, E.L: I .-, L,Abella,
Davia, Edward T'rr, .lice M. ,nmith.

St. John's; ;ir,'
Gr:lys B. Wini v, I il Winter ('2),
G. Gaton Johol:nIm. i;';!rt A. Crty,
Iol:1 M a',der.son. ,l,,:i il mri is, W illiamt
Puntr, .'1.--1 Hiini ., Victoria iJamen'.

Bishopgaie .- reel
Ja:: Ps 1'.. l! 'r' nharles King,
J.imn', MAlapI, lilhia Simon, James
It. lHI 't. Fl,; n I;Htsay, .John
I)),we. June Ann Wiison, Dulce Vann.

N.,rth a.r" 1
Fol ,liri.nd Mr,' hi, M:Iry H1. Jos-ph,
IErnet -Gile;. \ic' ITrsfor John
S 'hastian, T'!'i inlo:.

Poant
ilil 'a C'. A- ';. i;-a !: 1 Heirs of
.I s' lii ainni i 1, .1J. ,ph Mathiurin.
i l rit'', Gr i h m l i:r'1 ()'. Askla,
dbrdmIul S ninwl, I'xrylore Benjamin.

Mariners Lane
Eb nexer (9!;;'istaph)lr, Ireno Wal-
ker, Ma,,la Finch.

Wilkeunan Street
Nor' is l).i' in, NevillX 1 l s,s.
Andrew Eimanel, ';.,o. W. 1. Flryson
& Co., L,td.


i': ..'g:e Lane
Heirs of Willock.

Long Street
Antoinette Reidl, V. C. Gomes,
George McAndrow,. Maria S. Queely.

Redcliffe Street
Antigna Iod-e A.F.

WN- .! ,reet
Morrison ( .a;ch'>, Elma Potter,
Est. of 'Thomas !'yam, Hrs. of Eliza
Bennett. Bertha Buck ly.

banner Street
Heirs of 1Hart','.

South S.r,'-t
Joseph ii. M''i in 1'irenue Sower-
by.

Temple Street
Constaunce ill.

Church Lane
Est:i of I)avid Iiorsfo'rd, Wy-
eliff i'woo(di, .m niolph Michael, Hrs.
ofit Ronni.

Cross Street
Ruby LIn lies, S'. 0. A. Dnke.

Stapleton Lane.
E-tate of 'T. F'. inrrowes.

0.,,.. Land
Gorge Farley.

Ottos Lane
Ehenoize)r C: un!p, Elvina Edmund
(2).

Rtodne.y Street
Agatha John.

-6.I 3 *0m
Eumanuel lartkn..

(cECIL 0. BYIRON,
/'rovs/ Mlar1sl rl.


Prori'ot M'11i-shai's 0 '. ,
a nlij Ui.a.
*I,4 (otobr. 1957.

NOTICE IS ,!I:]R'BY (lIVEN
that thelr will )I 1 ,ld & :i itho various
promises in the City of Saint. John
hereafter named on Thuri'sday, 21st
Novernm!er, 1957 at 12 ,'clock noon,
the lands and te it' .eeiits i 'loui)i' i to
the per'sonls whose ii'amilt are s- t olnt
hereunier, th-' S;1 i a prelises ;Ihving
been levied up in 'o satiisy the City
tatfo dinu ti p r ::In for the year 1957.

BENN K']T 'STREK:T:

K1. O. Dow-, \Alphonso i -[iijwt.ti,
Os-cr (Sil,.ad. K'nntlh Hienry.

ATH1 i STI'EET:

S.;'ral Miasaon. Willia; A. Riichards,
(Chri:ti na (iA e.. Ger'ld Simon
Prie-, Edmunm John.

(C [I TS' OI'tIz!i STREET:

Albert nj:m in, E1 shu' Christian,
Lydia Small.


BRYSON STREET:

Nathaniel Whyte, Pearl Hutchin-
Sun, Evelyn Gorgae, Snuannah
Bapliste, ( I .- Joseph.

ALFREi) PETER'S STREET:

Louisa ,Iiii G(wendolyn Hunte,
Charlfs Anthony. Evans tlamilton,
Vinc-nt Sii. on, P-;-rl Ht{ ;'hinnon.

!lIC'KENSON iB\ ST"iIREET:

Artih r Jlamies. Bertie Oliver, Est.
of iHsgar 0Cann, George Williams.

,iT. i()EOi:RGELI ST'1EET:

E t'. of ( I Davisi', i't. of Steven
M lvi. ('2, Mafry (biH.ptmn, >Vintoria
Jmews. Sannel Eliwards. Julia
Martin.

ST. JOHN'S STRlEET:

Cecelia Christian, Est. of IRbecca
- .i. ., Aliciai. Huntf, l 1y 1D nch,
Elihza Sven!s. Mary (Grant, Mary
Simon, Alice Adanis.

BISHOPGATE STREET:

Sydney BPtnjaniin, Louisia Thomas,
Zellin '1 .. ..1 'v-ry, Margaret Blaney.

(CEIL O. ByYRtuN,





The Antigua Vehicles & Road
1'rafflc Ordinance, 1946.

No. 5 OF 10.46.

BPy viri'li' ,i!' th'l piw'r' c' inferred
lupon mue l y S-.tiian :2 ; Ifh Antigna
Vehicles and l :d 'I :.. Ordinance,
No. 5 of 191., I hIrby atlniluine,
that until fnrl ri' notice, tih< lighting-
up tim I'for vehicles SIal! e from
( p.m. to 5.;0 ..m:.

T):t- 1957.

hI. h. TOWARD,
')'., Com mi '/1ilsoi"er
forua i.tiy/io n r nf, P licf.

Sp y[AL(. ;.Gr'". s.

Agricultural .> ;' ii i t -:.
;taua.


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May 'V
2l~ily


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To 2nA Non 'u
'17o gn~l IWa. itol


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v.. 7, 1957] THE ANTI(UA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GA.\: l I :. 25L


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN

Average circulation during August, 1957
Biritish Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Govt. notes n,.t '.dling



British Caribbean Notes and Coins in
circulation on 1st October. 195.7.
Trinidad air To,,ago
Barbados
British Guiai.na
Grenada
St. Vincenm
St. Lucia'
Domininc
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
"Proof Setas" C, ins
Total :iiculation o( British Caribbean
Notes and C 'ins o0n lt ()erober, 1957
Demontized Gov:. Notes outstanding on
1 t October, 1957:-
Trinidad and Tobago
British Gulaian
Barbados
Total domrnitizr'd G(ov-rnment notes
outstain.1i:1) on h October, 1957

Total currency circulation on 1st October, 1957


CARIBBEAN COIN CIRCULATION IN
GROUP) ON 1st OCTOBER, 1957.


62,5..; '
1,(): ,2 i0


29,218.173
7,16(0,25
16,24 1,*:.
2,670.100
509.400
1,034,000
1,715,400
3 :.,'. "1 15
1,589,500
35;9,105


62,.,v.:,236


THE BRITISH






o,241,678


1,.'". '. 75
496,025
-.i i1 --.->0
140,475
9I, riO
125.' ''"
99,900
113,500
118,575
:J ,150
1,870

:,2S,S420


74)L;,9)55
il,.~, 92
70,-09
- - -


1,080,856

t,.1,',J(4,092 :6.,,.S20


British Caribbea. 'urre ) len BU'rd,
Treasury Cliaamb"'rr,
Il,'t of S.i.ii. Trinidad.
25t/h ()cto1br, 19)57.
Ref. No. 2L')0087.



























hi': ir:l :. I th: A i;oivrriun1Ant Printing Ontiue, .':ni
iy 1I i l:il A'i !xN, Government Priii
1957.


L. SPENCE,
lic'ecutice Commn i..s ;,tnier,
Br. Caribbean C(.rre / Board.





























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No. 17 of 1957.


Title by Re-nltra!ti on
Act (Amendment).


[L.S.]


I ASSENT,
A. T. WILLIAMS,
Governor.
-"Irh October, 1957.





ANTIGUA. ,

No. 17 of 19 .

An Ordinance to amend further ~e
Registration Act.

[26th October, 1957]

ENACTED by the Legislature of the Colony
of Antigua.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Title
by Registration Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Title by
Registration Act, as amended, hereinafter called the
Principal Act.


2. Section 12 of the Principal Act is hereby
repealed and replaced as follows:-

"12. (1 Land not registered under
this Act may be so registered-
(a) if the applicant can show a good
documentary title thereto in himself and


Ito OL9


ANTIGUA,


Commence.
ment.


Short title.
Cap. 99; Acts
7/1928
21/1932
6/1936
15/1987
4/1943
21/1944
9/1954; and
26/1956.
S. R. & 0.
1956 No. 22.
Section 12 of
the Principal
Act repealed
and replaced.
Right to first
certificate de-
fined and
application
therefore.


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ANTIOUA. 2 Title by Registration No. 17 of 1957.
Act (Amendment).
his predecessors in ownership for at least
thirty years next before the date of the
presentation of the request under this Act;
(b) if, notwithstanding that such
documentary title thereto cannot be
shown, the Court is satisfied from the
deeds or other documents accompanying
the request that the applicant has the
right to claim the land as owner and that
he himself has been in undisturbed pos-
session of the same continuously during
the period of twelve years next before
the date of the presentation of the request
under this Act;
(c) if the applicant has, by descent
or by will or deed, acquired a title to the
land from a person who would have been
entitled himself to have the land registered
in accordance with the provisions of para-
graph (b) of this subsection;
(d) if the land has been in the sole
and undisturbed possession of the appli-
cant alone in his own right or as executor,
administrator or trustee, or partly in the
sole and undisturbed possession of the
applicant in any such right and partly in
the sole and undisturbed possession of
any other person through whom he
claims, continuously for a period of thirty
years next before the date of the presen-
tation of the request under this Act.
(2) The application to bring land
under this Part of this Act shall be made
by the owner who shall present a request
to the Registrar of Titles for the issue to
him of a first certificate in respect of the
land described in the request.
(3) Where the owners of the land
are joint tenants, tenants in common or
coparceners, the request shall be made in
the names of, and shall be signed by, all
of them.








No. 17 of 1957. Title by l? ,.ji- .,itr 3 ANTIGUA.
Act (Amendment).

(4) The request shall be in Form 1
in the Second Schedule and shall be
accompanied at the time of presentation
by all the titles, deeds or other documents
under which the applicant claims to be the
owner of the land.

(5) Forthwith upon tl e presenta-
tion of the request, the Registrar of Titles
shall thereupon proceed to give public
information of such application by exhib-
iting on the door of the Court House a
copy of the Schedule of applications in
Form 3 in the Second Schedule, and the
person presenting the request shall give
further notice of such application by
.l.i'n that part of the said schedule of
applications which relates to his applica-
tion to be advertised in two issues of at
least one newspaper published in the
Colony, and no such certificate shall be
issued until the expiration of four weeks
from the date of exhibiting the schedule
or from the date of the first appearance
thereof in the said newspaper.

(6) The applicant shall also within
seven days after the presentation of the
request cause notice of the application to
be served personally upon all owners or
copierss of land adjoining the land for
which a first certificate is applied for, and
no certificate shall be issued until proof
h:s been given by the applicant that such
notice has been given and that four weeks
have expired since the giving of that
notice.

(7) A Judge may, upon or without
any application, order such special notifi-
ca:tion to individuals or generally, or may
direct such public advertisement of the
application for the first certificate in
newspapers outside the Colony as may to
him appear just and reasonable.


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ANTIGUA. 4


Title by Registralion
Act (Amendment).


No. 17 of 1957.


(8) Every request for the issue of a
first certificate shall be accompanied by a
plan made by a licensed surveyor, and the
Registrar of Titles shall reject any plan
which he considers insufficient, subject to
an appeal to a Judge in Chambers.

(9) Where the application for a
first certificate is in any respect based on
possession of the land, the request shall
be accompanied by affidavits of the appli-
cant and of iwo other persons at least,
and such affidavits shall set out in detail
the facts establishing that the applicant
has been in solo and undisturbed
possession of the land continuously for the
period of rime required by this section as
well as the acts of ownership exercised
over the land and shall prove that the
rents, fruits and profits accruing out of
the land have been taken and appropri-
ated by the applicant as owner during
such period."

3. Section 14 of the Principal Act is hereby
repealed and replaced as follows:-


14. (1) Possession for the purpose
of section 12 of this Act shall be possession
as owner by a person, his heirs, executors
administrators or assigns and not, as an
encumbrancer holding a life interest or interest
for a term of years or other less estate.


(2) A certificate of title issued under
section 13 of this Act to an executor, adminis-
trator or trustee shall be expressed as having
been issued to the applicant as such executor,
administrator or trustee. "

Amendment 4. Section.19 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section 19 amended-
of the Prinoi-
pal Act. (i) by substituting the words and figures
"Crown Proceedings ordinance ,
1954" for the words "Crown Suits
Act 'or any Ordinance amending,


Section 14 of
the Principal
Act repealed
and replaced.


" Possession to
be possession
as owner.


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Mo. 17 of 1957.


Title by 1?,R j-l i,- t
Act (Amendment).


5 ANTIGUA.


repealing or substituted for the
same" in subsection (1) of the
section; and 19/1954 for 3 of
8/23 in the marginal note thereto;
and
(ii) by substituting the words "into the
general revenue of the Colony for
the words "into the said fund in
subsection (2) of the section.

5. Subsection (2) of section 34A of the
Principal Act is hereby amended by substituting
" Subsections (5), (6), (7) and (8) of section 12 as
well as section 13 for Sections 12 and 13"
occurring therein.

6. The Principal Act is hereby amended by
inserting therein immediately after section 34A the
following sections numbered 34B, 34C, 34D, 34E
and 34 F:-
34B. Where a certificate of title has
been issued without a plan attached it shall
be lawful for the Registrar of Titles at the
request of the registered proprietor to
issue to such registered proprietor a new
certificate of title with plan attached.

34C. Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary contained in this Act, from
and after the coming into operation of
this section every request for the issue of
a fi-st certificate of title and, when there
is no plan attached to the certificate of
title, every application made under
sections 34B and 144 of this Act for the
issue of a new certificate of title and every
transfer and every request for transmis-
sion of land registered under this Act and
every request for the issue of a new
certificate of title under the provisions of
sections 34E and 34F of this Act shall be
accompanied by three plans of the land to
be described in the certificate of title, two
of which shall be attached to the original
and duplicate certificates of title when
issued,


Amendment
of section 34A
of the Princi-
pal Act.



Insertion of
new sections
in the Princi-
pal Act.

Issue of new
certificate of
title with plan
attached.




Request for
first certificate
of title etc. to
be accomph-
uied by plan.





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ANTIGUA. 6 Title by Registration No. 17 of 1957-
Act (Amendment).
Scotion 12 (5) 34D. Subsections (5), (6) (7)
(6) (7) (8) and
sootion 13 to and (8) of section 12 as well as section
apply to re- 13 of this Act shall have effect, mutatis
sections 34B mutandis, on every request made under
and 340. sections 34B and 34C of this Act.

Partition. 34E. Where an Order for the par-
tition of land registered under this Act'is
made by the Court dlt Writ of Partition
directed to the Provost Marshal shall
be sufficient to authorize the Provost
Marshal to transfer to the several parties
amongst whom the land has been
partitioned their respective portions, and
subject to the production of the required
plans by the respective parties concerned
the Registrar of Titles shall at the request
of the Provost Marshal issue certificates
of title to the said parties for their
respective portions at their expense.

Rectification 34F. If it is proved to the satisfac-
of plane. tion of the Court or a Judge that any
error or di-crepany appears on a plan
registered under this Act he may direct
such inquiry as he may think fit to be
made into the circumstances of the case
and upon proof of such error or
discrepancy order that the plan be
corrected or rectified or that a new plan
be made and substituted for the former:
Provided that on every such inquiry four
weeks notice shall be given to the owners
or occupiers of lands adjac'elt, to the
portion of land comprised in the plan
to be corrected or rectified and likely to be
affected by such correction or rectification
and provided further that when a new
plan is ordered section 341) of this Act
shall also apply to this section."

Amendment 7. Section 136 of the Principal Act is hereby
of section 136 amended-
of the Princi-
pal Act. (a) by inserting a comma after the
word clerks "; and








No. 17 of 1957. T:di by Registration 7 ANTIGUA.
Act (Amendment).

(b) by inserting the words "or by
means of a rubber stamp between the
said comma and the words "if such ".

8. Section 146 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
amended by substituting the word "appears for of section 146
of the Princi-
the word "bears pal Act.
9. Section 164 of the Principal Act is hereby Amendment
amended by substituting the word "Crown for of "ooti16.
,- of the Princi-
the words "assurance fund pal Act.

10. Section 165 of the Principal Act is Amendment
hereby amended by substituting the words of ection165
of the Princi.
"Supreme Court" for the words Circuit Court ". pal Act.

11. Section 170 of the Principal Act is hereby ,Amendent
SJ ,of seoion 170
amended by inserting the words or otherwise con- of the Prinoi-
trary to the provisions of section 19 of the Supreme pa Act.
Court Act, 1939 between the words "for or in
expectation of any fee, gain or reward and the
words and a further affidavit "; and substituting
" 20/1939 for Cap.22 in the marginal note to
the section.

ALEC LOVELACE,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 30th
day of September, 1957.

LOUNEL STEVENS,
A. 1t:7 Clerk of the Council.











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