19 Accountant to make requisitions and orders on the factor;E+W+S+N.I.
The accountant shall make all such requisitions or orders on the factor as he may consider necessary; and if such requisition or order shall be disobeyed or neglected, he shall report the same to the lord ordinary, giving previous notice to the factor or his agent, who shall lodge objections in writing, if he any has, within [F1seven days] after such notice; and the lord ordinary is hereby empowered, on considering such requisition or order with the objections thereto, if any, to recal or vary, confirm or repeat, such requisition or order; and the interlocutor of the lord ordinary shall be final and conclusive against the accountant, and also against the factor, unless he shall, at the time of pronouncing judgment, give notice of his intention to bring the judgment under review, in which case the lord ordinary shall dispose of the matter of expences and give any interim order that may be necessary, which interim order shall not be subject to review.
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