43.0304 Interlocutory orders.

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In any proceeding, a justice may, pending final determination of the matter by the Land and Titles Division, make such interim orders as he thinks appropriate. The associate judges sitting in matai title disputes shall refer all requests for ex parte or interim orders to the Chief Justice or Associate Justice for appropriate action, unless the associate judges are in unanimous agreement thereon from entry of judgment and a trial de novo shall be held thereon.

History: 1969, PL 11-54. 1970, PL 11-119.

Case Notes:

Pursuant to power to make “such order as to him may seem just” in any land case, Chief Justice or Associate Justice of High Court need not stop at denying plaintiff’s meritless claim for relief, but may issue preliminary injunction restraining plaintiff from interference with rights of defendant as delineated in earlier judgment. A.S.C.A. § 43.0304. Sialega v. Taito , 5 A.S.R.2d 99 (1987).