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Exchequer Court (Scotland) Act 1707

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XIII The said Court and Barons to execute all Powers, &c. relating to the said Revenues, &c. as by the said Stat. 33 H. VIII. c. 39. and any other Statute in force in England, or the Course of the Court. 1541 c. 39 Proviso as to Liability of Real Estates to Crown Debts. Course as to Costs. E+W+S

And for all the Purposes in this Act mentioned the said Court of Exchequer in Scotland and the Barons and other Officers thereof and therein shall have Exercise and put in Execution within Scotland all and every the Powers Authorities and Jurisdictions as to all Matters and Things whatsoever arising or happening or which have or shall arise and happen within Scotland touching or concerning any the aforesaid Revenues or Duties of Customs and Excise and other Revenues Debts or Duties Obligations Securities Judgments or Specialties or the Recovery of the same or of any other the Premisses which the Court of Exchequer in England or the Barons or Officers thereof by virtue of the M1Crown Debts Act 1541 or of any other Statute made and in force in England or by the Constitution Course or Practice used in the Court of Exchequer in England have or ought to have performed or put in Execution in England as fully and amply to all Intents and Purposes as if the same Powers Authorities and Jurisdiction were in this Act particularly expressed and thereby enacted yet so nevertheless that nothing be done to make the Real Estate in Scotland of any Debtor or Accountant to the Crown there subject or liable to the Payment of any Debts or Duties to the Crown farther or otherwise than they may or ought to be by the Laws of Scotland according to the Purport of the Proviso last herein before mentioned And the Barons of the said Court of Exchequer in Scotland shall and may act and do in respect to any the Parties in Law or Equity to any Action Information Suit or Prosecution in the said Court of Exchequer in Scotland in such Cases Sort and Manner as by any the Laws or Statutes in England or the Use and Practice of the Court of Exchequer there touching the awarding of Costs and issuing Process and Execution for the same hath or have used to be done

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C1Jurisdiction of Court of Exchequer in England now exercisable by the High Court of Justice: Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act 1925 (c. 49), s. 18 (2)

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