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23.6.—(1) Extract of a decree signed by the sheriff clerk may be issued only after the lapse of 14 days from the granting of the decree unless the sheriff on application orders earlier extract.
(2) In an action (other than an action to which rule 30.2 applies) where an appeal has been lodged, the extract may not be issued until the appeal has been disposed of.
(3) The extract decree–
(a)may be written on the summons or on a separate paper;
(b)may be in one of Forms 28 to 28k; and
(c)shall be warrant for all lawful execution.
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