[F1Bail in Admiralty mattersE+W+N.I.
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4AIn any proceedings in the High Court under this Part of this Schedule, bail may be taken to answer the judgment of the High Court (or of the Court of Appeal or House of Lords on an appeal from that judgment) and the High Court may withhold the release of any property under its arrest until such bail has been given.]E+W+N.I.