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Exchequer Court (Scotland) Act 1707

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VII Public Revenues. Honours, &c. belonging to the Crown by Attainder, &c. Penalties due by Force of any Statute. Informations, &c. to be within the Jurisdiction of the said Court. E+W+S

And all and every the Revenues and Duties of Customes and Excise and all and every other the Revenues Debts Duties and Profits of what Nature or Kind soever any Ways appertaining or which hereafter shall apertain to the Queens Majesty Her Heirs or Successors within Scotland either as Queen of Great Britain or as Prince and Steward of Scotland and all Honors Castles Mannors Lands Tenements and Hereditaments in Scotland which now do or hereafter shall appertain to the Queen’s Majesty Her Heirs or Successors by force or virtue of any Attainder Outlawry Seizure for any Crime or Cause of Forfeiture Debt or Duty or upon any Extent Commission or otherwise or by force and virtue of the Royal Prerogative or by any other Right or Title whatsoever and all and every the Rents Issues and Profits thereof or of any of them and also all and every the Goods Chattels Debts Credits Rights Titles and Personal Estates within Scotland any Ways accruing or belonging or which hereafter shall belong to the Queens Majesty Her Heirs and Successors by force or virtue of the Royal Prerogative or of any Attainder Outlawry Extent Inquisition Debt Duty or Forfeiture or by any other Right Title Ways or Means whatsoever and all the Remedies and Means for the recovering the same or the possession thereof and all Accounts relating thereto and also all and every Forfeitures and Penalties which have been incurred or shall or may incur or become any Ways due and payable in Scotland by force or virtue of any Law or Statute touching or relating to the Customs or Excise or by force or virtue of any Penal or other Laws or Statutes whatsoever and also all Fines Issues Forfeitures or Penalties of what Nature or Kind soever happening arising or accruing to the Queens Majesty Her Heirs or Succesors within Scotland and all Informations Actions Suits or Demands and also all Obligations Recognizances Specialties and other Securities touching or concerning the before mentioned Matters and Things and all Prosecutions Remedies and Accounts for or concerning the same or other the Premisses shall be within the Jurisdiction and Authority of the said Court of Exchequer in Scotland and hereby are annexed to the said Court

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C1Functions of the Treasury under s. 7 now exercisable by Secretary of State: S.I. 1974/1274 art. 2(4), Sch.

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