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97 Court May Direct Notification Of Claimants Not Before Court

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  • 97 (1) If, on an application for an order for the sale of land, it appears to the court, on affidavit setting out the fact, that there may be persons interested in the land to be sold whose names are unknown to the judgment creditor, the court may, if it thinks fit, direct advertisements to be published at times and in a manner the court thinks fit, calling on all persons claiming to be interested in the land to come in and establish their respective claims to it in chambers in a time to be limited by the court.
  • (2) After the expiration of the time limited, all persons who have not come in and established their claims, whether they are in or out of the jurisdiction of the court, including persons under disability, are absolutely debarred from all right, title and interest in and to the land.