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Savings Bank (Scotland) Act 1819

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II Rules to be exhibited to Quarter Sessions, and there deposited; and when attested, entered in books of the institution. Fee to clerk. Rules &c. may be altered, &c.E+W+S+N.I.

No such institution as aforesaid shall have the benefit of this Act, unless a written or printed copy of the rules, orders and regulations for the management thereof, signed by two of the managers of such institution, shall be exhibited to [F1the sheriff] for the [F2sheriffdom] within which such institution shall be situated; which rules, orders and regulations shall be subject to the review of such [F1sheriff], who shall and may, after due examination thereof, annul and make void such part of the same as shall be repugnant to this Act, and shall allow and confirm the same, or such part thereof as shall be conformable to the true intent and meaning of this Act; and after the confirmation as aforesaid of the rules, orders and regulations of such institution the same shall be signed by [F1the sheriff clerk], attesting their approbation thereof; for which attestation and all the expence and labour attending the same, the said clerk shall be entitled to charge the sum of [F352½p] , and no more; and such rules, orders and regulations so attested, shall be deposited with [F1the sheriff clerk], who is hereby specially required to receive and preserve the same among other the records in his custody, and to grant an attested copy of the same to the person or persons by whom the same shall have been exhibited, without any fee or reward to be paid in respect thereof; which rules, orders and regulations so attested, shall be entered in a book or books to be kept for that purpose by such institution; provided that nothing herein contained shall extend to prevent any alteration in or amendment of any such rules, orders and regulations, deposited as aforesaid, or to the repealing or annulling of the same, or of any of them, in whole or in part, or to the making of any new rules, orders or regulations for the management of any such institution, in such manner as shall be directed by the rules, orders and regulations thereof; provided such new rules, orders and regulations, or such alterations or amendments shall be entered in the book or books of the said institution kept as aforesaid; and a written or a printed copy thereof shall be exhibited, approved of, attested and deposited as aforesaid, before the same shall be put in force.

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F3Words substituted by virtue of Decimal Currency Act 1969 (c. 19), s. 10(1)

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