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Court of Session Act 1825

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XVIIIOf the Review by the Inner House of Judgments of the Lord Ordinary.

And be it further enacted, That when any Interlocutor shall have been pronounced by the Lord Ordinary, either of the Parties dissatisfied therewith shall be entitled to apply for a Review of it to the Inner House of the Division to which the Lord Ordinary belongs ; provided that such Party shall, within Twenty-one Days from the Date of the Interlocutor, print and put into the Boxes appointed for receiving the Papers to be perused by the Judges, a Note reciting the Lord Ordinary's Interlocutor, and praying the Court to alter the same in whole or in part; and if the Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary shall have been pronounced on Cases, the Party applying for a Review shall, along with the Note as above directed, print and put into the Boxes, the Cases which have been before the Lord Ordinary; and if the Interlocutor has been pronounced without Cases, the Party so applying shall, along with his Note as above directed, put into the Boxes printed Copies of the Record authenticated as before, and shall at the same Time give Notice of his Application for Review by Delivery of Six Copies of the Note to the known Agent of the opposite Party; and it shall in no Case be competent for either Party, from and after the said Eleventh Day of November, to bring any Interlocutor of the Lord 'Ordinary under Review of the Inner House, by the Form of reclaiming Petition as now in use, but only in the Mode thus directed; and the Inner House shall have Power, before proceeding to decide the Cause (where Cases have not already been ordered in the Outer House),' to appoint Parties to prepare and print Cases in the Form herein-after directed, and whether Cases have been sent from the Outer House or ordered in the Inner House, the Court shall allow Counsel to be heard before giving Judgment in the Cause ; and that iii all Causes before pronouncing Judgment, it shall be in the Power of the Court to order an Argument by Counsel, as often as they see fit, and on the Whole or on such Parts of the Cause as shall seem to the Court to require further Argument.

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