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Memorandum with regard to the subjects after described:
With reference to the subjects (describe particularly or by reference) T. the trustee in the sequestration of B. has obtained a vesting order under section 98 of the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 1913 dated (insert date of order).
The memorandum should be signed by the trustee or his law agent, dated, and recorded with a warrant of registration in the appropriate division or divisions of the Register of Sasines.
The form may be adapted in the case of a lease thus:
Memorandum with regard to the lease after-mentioned:
With reference to the lease granted by C in favour of D of the subjects therein described lying in the county of K, dated (insert date) and recorded in [specify Register of Sasines and date of recording], T. the trustee &c.
and in the case of a heritable security thus:—
With reference to the bond and disposition in security for the sum of (insert date) and recorded in (specify Register of Sasines and date of recording), T. the trustee &c.
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