t. G. W. Moon, of Ohristchurch, claim £2 10s, judgment was given for the amount claimed.
The caie H. Sbadbolt (Mr Williams), v. R. Sbadbolt (Mr Hunt), a claim of £19 5s lid, was allowed to stand over for a month.
The judgment eummone case, Maiing & Co. v. F. Wright, was struck out, as there , was no appearance of plaintiff, AKAROA BOEOWGH COUNCIL V. W. I. BUKKB Judgment was given in Christchurch on Wednesday in the case Akaroe Borough Council (Mr Harper) v. W, J. Burk (Mr Hunt), a claim for £35 for rates alleged to be due to plaintiff Council. The case was heard at the July sitting of the Court.
The decision of the Court was that the letter sent by the defendant was not a sufficient notice under the Act, but at the same time the Town Clerk
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wae well aware of a change of ownership, as he bad received the '£2 fee payable on the transfer of tbe license, that the demand for tbe rate was pro perly served, that it was eminently a case in which the equity and good conscience clause could be used, and therefore judgment would be for the plaintiff Council for £9 19s 43 and £2 6s 6d costs, that being the proportionate rate, with 10 per cent, added for it being overdue up to the date that defendant gave notice of the change of ownership, the Council not losing the balance of the rate, as they had other remedies.
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