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Deforcement Act 1592

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Deforcement Act 1592

1592 c. 72

Anent deforceing and trubling of the kingis officiaris of armes

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C2This Act is listed in 12mo edition as 1592 c. 152.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F1 Oure souerane lord and his estaitis convenit in this present parliament ffor remeid of the dalie hurtis and Iniurys ressauit be officiaris of armes or schireffis in that pairt executand lettres or preceptis in our souerane lordis name and auctoritie Statutis and Ordanis that incaise ane officiar of armes or schireff in that pairt or vther persoun quhatsumeuer the tyme of the executioun of ony summondis lettres or preceptis direct be his hienes or vtheris Jugeis within this realme Or in putting of decreittis to dew executioun be deforceit in doing of the same or be molestit Invadit or persewit to the effusioun of thair bluid be the persoun or personis quhome thai sall be virtew thairof summond or charge or ony vtheris of thair caussing and command The. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F1 executionis our said souerane lord and estatis foirsadis decernis and declaris to be lauchfullie and ordourlie execute nochtwithstanding the said deforcement and Invasioun of the saidis officiaris and vtheris abonewrittin to be committit in maner foirsaid the deforcement being first verifiet and prowin

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