Canterbury Provincial Ordinances
6. The Section No 7, Township of Kaiapoi Ordinance 1872
[9th March 1872.]
Whereas by a Deed of Conveyance bearing date the 29th day of November One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-four all that parcel of land being part of Rural Section No. 320 on the map of the Chief Surveyor of the Province of Canterbury and being part of Section No. 7 on the plan of the Town of Kaiapoi commencing at the northernmost corner of the said Section No. 7 on the south-western side of Sewell street and running thence south-easterly along Sewell street aforesaid a distance of one chain fifty links and thence south-westerly in a rectangular block to Charles street a distance of five chains as the same is delineated in the plan drawn on the said Deed of Conveyance and therein coloured green was vested in the Superintendent of the Province of Canterbury upon trust for the public service of the said Province: And whereas it is expedient that the said Superintendent should have power to sell, let, or otherwise dispose of the said land comprised in the said recited Deed of Conveyance:
Be it therefore enacted by the Superintendent of the Province of Canterbury
with the advice and consent of the Provincial Council
of the said Province as
1. Superintendent may sell let or otherwise dispose of parcel of land comprised in deed of conveyance.
It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of the said Province with the
advice and consent of the Executive Council thereof to sell
let or otherwise
dispose of all or any portion of that parcel of land comprised in the said
recited Deed of Conveyance.
This Ordinance shall be intituled and may be cited as “Section No. 7 Town of Kaiapoi Ordinance.”