An Abridgment of the Procedure Acts Passed by the Supreme Courts in Scotland; Containing the Acts of Sederunt of the Lords of Council and Session, from January 1852 to October 1886, and the Acts of Adjournal of the High Court of

An Abridgment of the Procedure Acts Passed by the Supreme Courts in Scotland; Containing the Acts of Sederunt of the Lords of Council and Session, from January 1852 to October 1886, and the Acts of Adjournal of the High Court of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ... the Act of Sederunt of 1st March 1861, regulating the fees of Procurators in the Sheriff, Stewart, and Commissary Courts, has been rendered in various respects inapplicable, and that it is expedient to alter the same: Do therefore, in virtue of the powers conferred by the said Act of Parliament, repeal, as from and Repeal of after the 31st day of December 1870, the said Act of fiafehlst Sederunt of 1st March 1861; and provide and enact that, 1361in place of the Regulations and Table of Fees annexed to the said Act of Sederunt, the Regulations and Table of Fees hereto annexed shall, from and after the said 31st day of December 187 8, regulate the fees of agents practising before the Sheriff Courts in Scotland, until the same shall be altered by the Court. And the Lords appoint this Act, and the Regulations and Table of Fees hereto annexed, to be engrossed in the Books of Sederunt, and printed and published in common form. J oun INGLIS, I.P.D. GENERAL REGULATIONS. I. In the Ordinary Sheriff Court there shall be two Two scales scales of taxation, viz. first, for causes Where the amount of m'xat'"' principal and past interest concluded for does not exceed 25; second, for causes of higher amount. In eXClbI'yExeQ1try proceedings there shall be one scale of taxation only. b"si"e"' II. Where the demand does not exceed the sum which Small-Debt may be competently concluded for in the Sheriff's Small am"s' Debt Court, no fees shall be allowed except those authorized by the Act 1 Vict. cap. 41, unless the Sheriff see cause to the contrary; but when a case is removed from the Small Debt or Debts Recovery Court to the Ordinary Court, it shall be competent to the Sheriff to allow the business to...show more

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