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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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XLVII Penalty on Jurors for Non-attendance.E+W+S+N.I.

If any Person liable to act as a Grand Juryman or Juryman shall have been duly summoned to attend on any Occasion on which the Grand Jurymen or other Jurymen are by this Act respectively required to attend, and shall not attend in pursuance of such Summons, or being called shall not answer to his Name, or if any such Person, being present, after having been called, shall not duly appear, or after his Appearance shall wilfully withdraw himself, or shall refuse to act or to perform the Duties required of him, it shall be lawful for the Steward to impose such Penalty, not exceeding Ten Pounds, upon every such Person so making default, as to the said Steward shall seem meet, unless some reasonable Excuse shall be given to the Satisfaction of the Steward, and the Steward shall fix a Day on or before which and a Person to whom such Penalty shall be paid; and if such Penalty shall not be paid within the Time ordered by the Steward, it shall be lawful for the Steward to issue his Warrant for the levying thereof, with all the Costs and Charges attending such levying; and such Penalty may be imposed in the Absence of the Party making default, and without calling on him to show Cause why it should not be imposed; and it shall be no Objection to the Execution of such Warrant that the Party had no Notice of such Penalty, but if any Person shall think himself aggrieved by the Imposition of such Penalty or the Execution of such Warrant, the Steward may grant him such Relief as to the Steward may seem just.

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