Letter 1882

In the Supreme Court of New Zealand
Wellington District

In the Matter of the Law Practitioners’ Act 1861 and the Amendments thereof

and

In the Matter of the application of Francis Logan of Napier in the Colony of New Zealand a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Indicature in England to be admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand

Forasmuch as upon Examination and Enquiry pursuant to the Law Practitioners’ Act 1861 touching the qualification and competency of the said Francis Logan of Napier in the Colony of New Zealand and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Indicature in England. He the said Francis Logan was admitted a Barrister of this Honourable Court on the day of May one thousand eight hundred and eighty two The said Court doth admit the said Francis Logan as a Solicitor of the Honourable Court and doth order his name to be enrolled by the proper officer of the said Court pursuant to the said Act.

Dated at Wellington this fourth day of May one thousand eight hundred and eighty two.

James Prendergast C.J. [Chief Justice]

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Date published

4 May 1882

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  • Francis Logan
  • James Prendergast

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531/2034/44522

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