Te’o v. Siatafu,

Series: 1ASR | Year: 1921 | 1ASR327_1
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TEO, ULUFALE and IUALA, Plaintiffs


SIATAFU and FAUOLO, Defendants

No. 4-1915

High Court of American Samoa

Civil Jurisdiction, Trial Division

[Land: “Laumaala“]

December 23, 1921


SYDNEY D. HALL, Associate Judge of the High Court


This cause coming on to be heard before Sydney D. Hall, Associate Judge of the High Court of American Samoa, and being heard and it appearing to the court that the matters in controversy had been amicably settled between the parties plaintiff and defendant, and it is therefore ordered, considered and adjudged that this action be dismissed, and “Laumaala” has been amicably divided among those named.

It is further ordered, considered and adjudged by the Court that the plaintiff pay the costs of this action $10.00. Given under my hand and seal of the High Court of American Samoa this 23rd day of December, 1921.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following notice appears in the High Court file of this case:

Re-HC-4-1915. April 28th, 1922.

Investigation of the records in the office of the Secretary of Native Affairs discloses the fact that no attempt has been made to register the land “Laumaala” which land is the subject of proposed litigation under HC4-1915. Until further evidence is submitted in regards to this land this action will be indefinitely postponed.

/s/ Sydney D. Hall,

Registrar of Titles