As a matter of fact, what is the modus operandi by which this is worked out ? There is an appeal to the minister and the minister makes his decision. What process takes place before ? I lsnd an idea that there might be provision made for a quick and inexpensive land court conducted by the inspector and one or two other officials, who are in the district and who, having local knowledge, could, in most cases, settle these disputes,
were they so empowered, subject, of course, to an appeal to the minister, I recognize that the thing to be done effectively ought to be done quickly, that there should be no delay and it just struck me while the minister was speaking that an authorized land court, consisting of officers on the spot, might be an inexpensive and speedy way of settling these disputes.