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It shall not be competent to the Lord Ordinary to direct cases or minutes of debate or other written argument to be prepared by the parties, whether for the use of himself or of the inner house; but it shall be competent for the Lord Ordinary at any time after hearing parties on a closed record to take such cause to report to the inner house without cases or minutes of debate.
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