(1) Before making any
such order the court or judge or Commissioner shall cause notice of the
intention so to do to be advertised once at least in one newspaper published
in the city of Perth or circulating in the neighbourhood of the land and shall
appoint a time within which it shall be lawful for any person interested to
show cause against such order being made.
(2) After the
expiration of that time it shall be lawful for the said court or judge or
Commissioner to give directions for the transfer of such land or lease or
charge to any new proprietor or proprietors solely or jointly with or in the
place of any existing proprietor or proprietors, or to make such order in the
premises as shall be just for the protection of any persons beneficially
interested in such property or in the proceeds thereof; and on such order
being deposited with the Registrar he shall make such entries and perform such
acts for giving effect thereto as the provisions of this Act may render
(3) The Commissioner
in any case within the last preceding section in which members of a
corporation that is a friendly society within the meaning of section 16C of
the Life Insurance Act 1995 of the Commonwealth are interested may before
making an order thereunder dispense with the aforesaid advertisement.
[Section 62 amended: No. 26 of 1999 s. 106(2); No.
74 of 2003 s. 120; No. 19 of 2010 s. 51.]