THE HOROWHENUA BLOCK.
''::»*"'■.' ;v WELLINGTON, October 28. /A'ispeclal case stated by the consent of parties between the Public Trustee and Sir W. Buller aijd Major Kemp in the Horo. seta put the following qtieatriopß SBiiyeiea by'the Supreme Court:— (irCanany property be levied upon by writ of'»i»le'unde'r ; decree, and, if so, what pro» petty.?. any moneys be made availaHe';';forthepsyment of ■ coats aider a cbfitfging order} so; what' moneys? (3) Are I the defendants entitled to a mandqrriui commanding/the Public Trustee the costs out of any funds under his control, and, if so, what funds? H) -Is it .hot a condition precedent to the. Public .Trustee's paying these costs that the consent of the AuditorGefieral or of the Audit Department should be given ?; (5) Is it not a condition precedent £o the payment of costs that the warrant of the -Governor should be' first given? t6) Csn execution be levied onthe Public Trustee's private property- under a decree ? The caße will be heard before the Chief Justice in Banco to-morrow.
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THE HOROWHENUA BLOCK., Evening Star, Issue 10456, 28 October 1897
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