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The following provisions shall have effect with regard to the recording of writs in the General Register of Sasines—
(a)the names and designations of the presenters of writs shall not be entered in the minute book;
(b)each page of the minute book shall be signed by the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland or by a deputy duly authorised by him in that behalf, and no further signature shall be necessary for the authentication of the minute book; and in particular it shall not be necessary that the minute book be signed by the presenter of a writ or in the case of a writ transmitted to the Register by post by a clerk in the office of the said Keeper;
(c) . . . F1
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