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(1)In relation to summary causes the power conferred on the Court of Session by section 32 of this Act shall extend to the making of rules permitting a party to such a cause, in such circumstances as may be specified in the rules, to be represented by a person who is neither an advocate nor a solicitor.
(2)A summary cause shall be commenced by a summons in, or as nearly as is practicable in, such form as may be prescribed by rules under the said section 32.
(3)The evidence, if any, given in a summary cause shall not be recorded.
(4)Where in a summary cause a decree is granted by a sheriff principal or a sheriff under which a sum of money is payable, whether by way of satisfaction of the claim or by way of expenses or otherwise, the sheriff principal or, as the case may be, the sheriff may direct that, subject to such conditions as he may specify, the money be paid by such instalments, payable at such times, as he may fix.
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