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The Renmark Irrigation Trusts, Acts Amendment Act.—1907.

month prior to such application the Trust posted a notice or notices addressed to the person or persons who at the time of such posting appeared in the register-book at the Lands Titles Registration Office at Adelaide as having any interest in the land in respect whereof an order for sale is sought. Such notice may be in the form in the Schedule hereto or to the like effect, and shall be deemed to be a sufficient notice of the said application to all persons concerned, but the non-receipt of such notice shall not affect any sale made under an order of the Court.

6. In every case where land has heretofore been or may hereafter After onze offered

00 sf for sale and unsold, be offered for sale, pursuant to the provisions of section 122 of 1

01 lands may be sold the principal Act, but no sale has thereupon taken place, the Trust privately. may at any time thereafter, without any further application to the Supreme Court, and without any further notice in the Government Gazette or to any person, sell such land either by public auction or private contract, and without any reserve or upset price, if the rates which were in arrear at the date when such land was first offered for sale as aforesaid, or any part of such rates, shall still remain unpaid.

tas auctioneer.

7. When any land is offered for sale by public auction, pursuant Clerk of Local Court to the said section 122 or to section 4 hereof, it shall be lawful, may ac notwithstanding any other enactment, for the clerk of the Local Court at Renmark aforesaid, if at the time of such sale being ordered or determined upon there shall be no licensed auctioneer carrying on business at Renmark, to act as the auctioneer at such auction without taking out any licence in that behalf, and such clerk shall be entitled to be paid by the Trust the ordinary remuneration for his services as if he were a licensed auctioneer.

ceeds.

8. The proceeds of such sale, after payment of the expenses Application of prothereof and incidental thereto, shall be applied in paymentFirstly. Of such unpaid rates as aforesaid, together with interest

thereon at the rate of Ten Pounds per centum per annum; Secondly. Of any additional rates upon the same property which

at the date of such sale shall have accrued due and the like

interest thereon ; and the balance shall be paid into the Supreme Court in the matter of the petition filed pursuant to the said section 122, for the benefit of the parties entitled thereto.

9. Upon proper evidence of any such sale as aforesaid being Transfer to purchaser. adduced, a memorandum of transfer shall be executed by the Master as if he had been ordered by the said Court so to do, as provided in the said last-mentioned section.

10. The sum of Three Thousand Pounds, advanced to “ The Ren- Terms of repayment mark Irrigation Trust, No. 1,” pursuant to “ The Renmark Irriga- of loan tion Trusts Loan Act, 1896"; and also the sum of Sixteen Thousand

Pounds,

The Renmark Irrigation Trusts Acts Amendment Act.—1907.

Pounds, advanced to the Trust pursuant to said “The Renmark
Irrigation Trusts Loan Act, 1900”; and also the sum of Six Hun-
dred and Forty-one l'ounds Five Shillings, being the amount of
interest which accrued due by the Trust in respect of the two first-
mentioned sums for the period from the first day of June, one
thousand nine hundred and five, to the thirty-first day of March, one
thousand nine hundred and six, all of which sums are hereby capita-
lised to form one principal sum of Nineteen Thousand Six Hundred
and Forty-one Pounds Five Shillings, together with interest on such
principal sum, shall be repaid by the Trust as follows:-
(1) Interest at the rate of four and a half per centum per annum

on the total principal sum of Nineteen Thousand Six Hundred
and Forty-one Pounds Five Shillings shall be paid as from the
first day of April, one thousand nine hundred and six, by
half-yearly payments up to and including the first day of
April, one thousand nine hundred and nine (the sum of One
Hundred Pounds in the hands of the Treasurer of the said
State to the credit of the said Trust on the twenty-ninth day
of November, 1905, being applied towards the first of such

half-yearly payments). (2) From and after the first day of April, one thousand nine hundred

and nine, the said principal sum of Nineteen Thousand Six Hundred and Forty-one Pounds Five Shillings, together with interest thereon at the rate of four and a half per centum per annum, shall be repaid by the Trust by half-yearly payments of Three Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Two Pence per centum on the amount of such principal sum and interest, the first of such payments to be made on the first day of October, one thousand nine hundred and nine.

Educational lands transferred to Trust.

ll. The lands now vested in the Commissioner of Educational I. Lands pursuant to paragraph 18 of The Chaffey Brothers Agreement, as appears by certificate of title registered in the Lands Titles Registration Office at Adelaide, volume 579, folio 27, are hereby transferred to the “Renmark Irrigation Trust No. 1,” freed and discharged from the trusts created and declared by the said paragraph, but otherwise subject to all leases, mortgages, trusts, equities, and dealings now affecting the said lands; and upon production of the duplicate of such certificate of title to him the Registrar-General shall register the transfer thereof accordingly.

In the name and on behalf of His Majesty, I hereby assent to this Bill.

GEORGE R. LE HUNTE, Governor,

SCHEDULE

The Renmark Irrigation Trusts Acts Amendment Act.—1907.

SCHEDULE.

NOTICE TO OWNERS, ETC.

Renmark Irrigation Trust, No. 1. To A B [here set out address appearing in register-book].

Take notice that there is now due to the above Trust in respect of (here describe property] the sum of £ , for rates up to the year ending and unless the amount so due be paid to the Secretary to the Trust within one month from the posting of this notice a petition will be presented to the Supreme Court for an order for sale of the said land. Dated this

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ANNO SEPTIMO EDWARDI VII REGIS.

A.D. 1907.

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No. 934.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Distress for Rent.

[Assented to, December 21st, 1907.] DE it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

with the advice and consent of the Parliament thereof, as follows:

1. This Act may be cited as “ The Distress for Rent Amendment Short tille. Act, 1907.”

2. After the passing of this Act it shall not be lawful to distrain Exemption of sewing

to machines, &c. any sewing machine, typewriting machine, or mangle, the property

" POPOY New South Wales, of or under hire to any female person, whether belonging to the 43 of 1898. tenant or otherwise, for any rent claimed in respect of the premises or place in which such sewing machine, typewriting machine, or mangle may be: Provided that any such person shall not be entitled to have more than one sewing machine, one typewriting machine, and one mangle protected from distress under the provisions of this section.

3. After the passing of this Act wearing apparel, tools and im- Exemption of wearing plements of trade, and household requisites to the total value of Ten apparel and tools. Pounds shall be exempt from seizure under any distress for rent, and such goods are hereby protected from such seizure. The word " value” as applied to goods in this Act means value of such goods at a forced sale. The value of any article protected under section 2 of this Act shall not be taken into account in computing the said sum of Ten Pounds.

4. This Act shall not extend to any case where the lease, term, Exception to the Act. or interest of the tenant has expired, and where possession of the 934

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