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Dwelling Houses (Scotland).

SCHEDULES.

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SCHEDULE (A.) At in the County of

this [Date] in Presence of the Sheriff Clerk (or Sheriff Clerk Depute or Town Clerk] and of the Witnesses hereto subscribing, we [insert the Name of the Association) constituted under the “ Dwelling Houses (Scotland) Act, 1855," by a Contract sanctioned by the Sheriff (or Dean of Guild] of Date and recorded in the Sheriff Cor Burgh] Court Books of Date

in consideration of the Grassum of

hereby dispone in perpetual Tack or Rental Right to A.B. [designing the Disponee] that Lot of the Dwelling Houses erected (or improved] by us at [Place and County, or Burgh, with Street if in a Town, and Parish if in a Country District,] under Warrant dated

, being Number of the same as marked on the Plan thereof docqueted of Date

at the yearly Tack Duty of [ Sum] payable at Whitsunday (or Martinmas]. And I the said A.B. [or, as the Case may be, 1, L.M., Mandatory for the said A.B., by Mandate dated

and recorded in the Sheriff (or Burgh] Court Books of Date

on his Behalf] accept this Tack. (Signed) C.D. Chairman, [or Clerk] of the Association

on their Behalf.
(Signed) A.B.
(Signed) E.F. [designing him with his

Residence] Witness.
(Signed) G.H. [designing him with his

Residence] Witness.
Executed before me, with proper adhesive Stamp affixed,

(Signed) I.K. Sheriff (or Town] Clerk.

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SCHEDULE (B.) I, A.B. [Designation] authorize C.D. [Designation] to accept [or grant to E.F.] an Assignation to Lot, Number of the Dwelling Houses erected by [Name of Association) at

under Warrant of Date and to subscribe the Entry of such Transfer in the Register Book on my Behalf. [Testing Clause according to the Form of the Law of Scotland.]

SCHEDULE (C.) At in the County of

this [Date] in Presence of the Sheriff Clerk [or Sheriff Clerk Depute or Town Clerk] and of the Witnesses hereto subscribing, I, A.B., [Designation] [or, as the Case may be, I, G.H. Mandatory for A.B., designing him, by Mandate dated

and recorded in

the

Dwelling Houses (Scotland). the Sheriff or Burgh Court Books of Date

] in consideration of the Price of

assign to C.D. [Designation] my Tack of Lot, Number

, of the Dwelling Houses erected by [Name of Association) at ( Place) under Warrant, dated

and I the said C.D. [or, as the Case may be, I, E.F., Mandatory for the said C.D., by Mandate, dated

and recorded in the Sheriff [or Burgh] Court Books of Date

on his Behalf, accept this Transfer. [To be subscribed as in Schedule (A.)]

SCHEDULE (D.) At in the County of

this [Date the Sheriff [or Sheriff Substitute or Dean of Guild] having considered the Application of C.D. [designing him] to be registered as Owner of Lot, Number of the Dwelling Houses erected at [Place] by [Name of Association), under Warrant of Date in place of the deceased A.B. [designing him] as his Heir, [or in virtue of Disposition or Deed of Settlement by the said A.B., dated and recorded of Date

in the as the Case may be,] finds that the said C.D. is now in right of the said Lot, and the Owner thereof, and he is hereby registered as such accordingly.

(Signed) E.F.
(Signed) G.H., Sheriff (or Town] Clerk.

SCHEDULE (E.) At in the County of

this [Date] the Sheriff [or Sheriff Substitute or Dean of Guild] having considered the Application of C.D. [designing him] to be registered as Owner of Lot, Number

of the Dwelling Houses erected at [Place] by [Name of Association] under Warrant of Date the

in Place of A.B. [designing him] in virtue of an Adjudication and Decree of Expiry of the Legal thereon of Date

(or in virtue of a Decree of Adjudication in Implement of Date

or in virtue of an Act and Warrant of Confirmation in favour of the said C.D., as Trustee on his sequestrated Estate, of Date

), finds that the said C.D. is now in right of the said Lot as Owner thereof, and he is hereby registered as such accordingly.

(Signed) E.F.

G.H., Sheriff (or Town] Clerk.

SCHEDULE (F.) Where the Price does not exceed 5001., Four per Cent. thereon. Where it exceeds 500l. but not 1,0001., 251. Where it exceeds 1,0001. but not 2,0001., 301. Where it exceeds 2,0001. but not 5,0001., 401. Where it exceeds 5,0001., 501.

CA P.

Huddersfield Burial Ground Act Amendment.

CAP. LXXXIX.
An Act to amend the Provisions of the Huddersfield Burial
Ground Act, 1852.

[14th August 1855.]
'HEREAS the Commissioners for the Time being acting in

execution of the Huddersfield Improvement Act, 1848, " and the Huddersfield Burial Ground Act, 1852, have, in pur

suance of the Powers contained in the said last-mentioned Act,

purchased, enclosed, planted, embellished, and laid out a certain • Piece of Ground in the said last-mentioned Act particularly

mentioned and described as and for a Burial Ground, and have 'caused to be erected therein (in addition to certain other Build

ings) Two suitable Chapels, one for the Performance of the • Burial Service according to the Rites of the United Church of · England and Ireland, and the other on the unconsecrated Portion • of such Burial Ground, for the Performance of Funeral Service • therein: And whereas the said Commissioners have procured • One Half of the said Burial Ground, with the Chapel thereon, ' to be consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Ripon, within whose • Diocese such Chapel and Ground are situate : And whereas the · Section of the said Huddersfield Burial Ground Act, 1852, • numbered 16 in the Copies of that Act printed by Her Majesty's · Printers, and which relates to the Depth to which Graves should · be dug in the said Burial Ground, the Number and Manner of

Interments in each Grave, and fixing the Period which should

elapse before re-opening any such Grave for further Interments • therein, is unnecessarily stringent, and would be prejudicial to

the proper Management of the said Burial Ground, and entail - a considerable Expense upon the said Township of Huddersfield, • and it is desirable that the said Section of the said last-men• tioned Act of Parliament should be repealed :' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows:

Sect. 16. of I. The said Section of the said last-mentioned Act of Parlia- 15 & 16 Vict. ment shall be and the same is hereby repealed : Provided never- c. 41. repealed. theless, that nothing herein contained shall extend to relieve the said Commissioners from the Necessity of obtaining the Approval or Confirmation by the General Board of Health of any Regulations which by the said Huddersfield Burial Ground Act, 1852, may require such Approval or Confirmation.

Expenses of II. The Expenses of obtaining this Act, and all other Expenses this Act how incident thereto, shall be charged upon and defrayed out of the to be paid. Fees and Sums of Money which shall be raised, charged, levied, or received under or by virtue of the said Huddersfield Burial Ground Act.

САР.

Crown Suits.

CA P. XC.
An Act for the Payment of Costs in Proceedings instituted

on behalf of the Crown in Matters relating to the Revenue,
and for the Amendment of the Procedure and Practice in
Crown Suits in the Court of Exchequer.

[14th August 1855.] : WHEREAS in divers Proceedings instituted by or on behalf

in - Matters relating to the Revenue no Costs are recovered by the

Crown, except in certain Cases, and no Costs are paid by the • Crown' to the Subject : And whereas it is expedient to assimilate • the Law as to the Recovery of Costs in such Proceedings by or

on behalf of the Crown to that in force as to Proceedings

between Subject and Subject: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the

same, as follows: In all Crown I. In all Informations, Actions, Suits, and other legal Pro. Suits, &c.

ceedings to be hereafter instituted before any Court or Tribunal where the

whatever in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Crown is suecessful Costs to by or on behalf of the Crown, against any Corporation, 'or Person be recovered as or Persons, in respect of any Lands, Tenements, or Hereditaments, between Sub- or of any Goods or Chattels, belonging or accruing to the Crown, ject and Sub

the Proceeds whereof, or the Rents or Profits of which said Lands, ject.

Tenements, or Hereditaments, by any Act now in force or hereafter to be passed are to be carried to the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, or in respect of any Sum or Sums of Money due and owing to Her Majesty by virtue of any Vote of Parliament for the Service of the Crown, or of any Act of Parliament relating to the Public Revenue, Her Majesty's Attorney General, or in Scotland the Lord Advocate, shall be entitled to recover Costs for and on behalf of Her Majesty, where Judgment shall be given for the Crown, in the same Manner, and under the same Rules, Regulations, and Provisions, as are or may be in force touching the Payment or Receipt of Costs in Proceedings between Subject and Subject, and such Costs shall be paid into the Ex

chequer, and shall become Part of the Consolidated Fund. Defendent en II. If in any such Information, Action, Suit, or other Protitled to Costs, ceeding Judgment shall be given against the Crown, the Defendant if successful

or Defendants shall be entitled to recover Costs, in like Manner, against the Crown.

and subject to the same Rules and Provisions, as though such Proceeding had been had between Subject and Subject; and it shall be lawful for the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury and they are hereby required to pay such Costs out of any Monies

which may be hereafter voted by Parliament for that Purpose. Power to

III. · And whereas the Procedure and Practice in Informations, Judges to make · Suits, and other Proceedings instituted by or on behalf of the Rules and Or

• Crown in Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer is dilatory, and ders for ReguJation of Pleadrequires Amendment, and it is desirable that the same should be

o assimilated

Crown Suits. Merchant Shipping Act Amendment. i assimilated as nearly as may be to the Course of Practice and ing and Prac• Procedure now in force in Actions and Suits between Subject tice in Crown • and Subject:' Be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the Suits. Barons of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer in England, or any Three of them, and also for the Barons of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, or any Three of them, in their respective Courts, to make all such General Rules and Orders for the Regulation of the Pleading and Practice in such Informations, Suits, and other Proceedings, and to frame such Writs and Forms of Proceedings, as to them may seem expedient for the Purpose aforesaid ; and all such Rules, Orders, or Regulations shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament, if Parliament be then sitting, immediately upon the making of the same, or if Parliament be not sitting, then within Five Days after the next Meeting thereof; and no such Rule, Order, or Regulation shall have Effect until Three Months after the same shall have been so laid before both Houses of Parliament; and any Rule, Order, or Regulation so made shall, from and after such Time aforesaid, be binding and obligatory on the said Court, and on all Courts of Error into which any Judgment of the said Court shall be carried by any Writ of Error, and be of the like Force and Effect, as if the Provisions contained therein had been expressly enacted by Parliament : Provided always, that it shall be lawful for the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by any Proclamation inserted in the London Gazette, or for either of the Houses of Parliament, by any Resolution passed at any Time within Three Months next after such Rules, Orders, and Regulations shall have been laid before Parliament, to suspend the whole or any Part of such Rules, Orders, or Regulations, and in such Case the whole, or such Part thereof as shall be so suspended, shall not be binding and obligatory on the said Courts, or on any other Court of Common Law or Court of Error.

CA P. XCI.
An Act to facilitate the Erection and Maintenance of Colo-

nial Lighthouses, and otherwise to amend the Merchant
Shipping Act, 1854.

[14th August 1855.] HEREAS it is expedient to make Provision for facilitating

the Erection and Maintenance of Lighthouses in the British Possessions abroad, and otherwise to amend the Merchant Ship' ping Act, 1854: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows :

I. This Act may be cited as “ The Merchant Shipping Act Short Title. Amendment Act, 1855," and shall be taken to be part of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1854, and shall be construed accordingly, II. In any Case in which any Lighthouse, Buoy, or Beacon has

Colonial Lightbeen or is hereafter erected or placed on or near the Coasts of any Her Majesty may British Possession, by or with the Consent of the Legislative by Order in CounAuthority of such Possession, Her Majesty may, by Order in ch fix Dues for

Council, houses.

houses.

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