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10. Final adjustment of condescendences and notes of pleas. Condescendences and notes to be signed by the counsel for the parties. Record to be made up to foreclose the parties in point of fact. Exception of res noviter veniens ad notitiam. How such new matter to be admitted on the record.
33. Questions arising on admissions to be remitted to the Court of Session, &c. Questions which the parties desire to be previously fixed to be remitted. Question, whether point of law to be decided previous to trial, to be settled by the jury court. The interlocutor of the judge subject to review. The decision of the jury court to be final on the question: If the question of law is to be previously decided, the cause to be remitted to the Court of Session, &c. If a question of fact remain, the cause to be sent back to the jury court.
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