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Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1934

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Procedure and Costs of ArbitrationN.I.

Para. 14 rep. by 1964 c. 29 (NI)

15F1 all costs, charges, and expenses (if any) which may be incurred by the Ministry of Home Affairs in carrying the provisions of this Schedule into execution, shall, after the amount thereof shall have been certified under this article, be paid by the local authority. The amount of such …F1, costs, charges, and expenses shall from time to time be certified by the said Ministry after first hearing any objections that may be made to the reasonableness of any such …F1, costs, charges and expenses by or on behalf of the local authority; and every certificate of the said Ministry certifying the amount of such fees, costs, charges, and expenses shall be taken as proof in all proceedings at law or in equity of the amount of such respective …F1, costs, charges, and expenses, and the amount so certified shall be a debt due from the local authority to the Crown, and shall be recoverable accordingly.

Further, any such certificate may be made a rule of the High Court on the application of any party named therein, and may be enforced accordingly.

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