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Section 7 of the Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1907 (which provides that all causes not exceeding fifty pounds in value which are competent in the sheriff court are to be brought in that court only, and are not to be subject to review by the Court of Session) shall have effect as if for the words " fifty pounds " there were substituted the words
“two hundred and fifty pounds”.
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