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High Peak Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1851

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C1References to amounts in old currency to be read as referring to equivalent amounts in new currency: Decimal Currency Act 1969 (c. 19), s. 10(1)

To the Steward.

£ s. d.
For attending View by Grand Jury1 1 0
For entering every Plaint, issuing every Summons or Subp^na0 2 6
For swearing every Witness in a Cause0 1 0
For every Warrant to deliver Possession, or to levy any Debt or Damages, or Money or Costs, or Penalty0 2 6
For a certified Copy of any Proceeding in the Great or Small Barmote Court0 5 0
For Copy of any Entry or Accounts0 0 6
For any Search amongst or Examination of the Documents in the Custody of the Steward0 1 0
Mileage, 1s. a Mile from his Place of Residence to the Place where the Court is held, such Mileage in no Case to exceed 1l.

To [F1solicitors].

£ s. d.
For attending every Witness examined in Court, and taking down his Evidence0 6 8
Drawing Brief, 6s. 8d. per Sheet.
Making fair Copy thereof. (Half Charge allowed for drawing.)
For attending Court on the Trial, and conducting same2 2 0
And also Mileage, 1s. per Mile, from his Place of Residence to the Place where the Court is held, such Mileage in no Case to exceed 1l.
For every copy of Subpoena0 1 0
If Duces Tecum, additional.
For attending to serve every Witness with Subpoena0 2 6
And 1s. per Mile from [F1solicitor’s] Residence, if Witness resides within the Hundred of High Peak, such Mileage in no Case to exceed 1l.; if in any other Place, the Sum paid to any Agent employed to serve same, provided such Sum be approved and allowed by the Steward.
Such Fees to Counsel as the Steward shall think reasonable, and allow on Taxation.
To the Barmaster of the High Peak.
For summoning the Jury to attend Small Barmote Court, 1l. 1s. for each Cause appointed to be heard at the Court for which the Jury is summoned; such Sums to be paid by the Plaintiff if the Cause do not proceed to the Taxation of Costs.
For attending Small Barmote Court, 10s. 6d. for each Cause appointed to be heard thereat, to be paid by the Plaintiff if the Cause do not proceed to the Taxation of Costs.
For attending a View, except where required by himself0 10 6
Entering each Freeing0 1 0
Copy of same0 1 0
Entry of Gifts for each Vein0 2 0
Entry of every Transfer for each Vein0 1 0
Copy of same0 1 0
Service of every Notice, Summons, or Order0 2 0
For executing any Warrant issued by the Steward:
1st. Where the Amount to be levied shall be less than 20l.:
£ s. d.
Seizing the Property0 3 0
Each Man in possession, per Day0 2 6
All Expenses of Advertisements, if any0 10 0
Catalogues, Sale and Commission, and Delivery of Goods, 1s. in the Pound on the Produce of the Sale.
2d. Where the Amount to be levied shall exceed 20l.:
Seizing the Property0 10 0
Each Man in possession, per Day0 2 6
All Expenses of Advertisements, if any1 1 0
Catalogues, Sale and Commission, and Delivery of Goods, 1s. in the Pound on the Produce of the Sale.
Deputy Barmasters.
For attending on a View by the Grand Jury, except where required by himself0 10 0
To Grand Jury.
For attending on a View, each Man, when called to act within his own Liberty0 4 0
When called to act out of his own Liberty0 6 0
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F1Word substituted by virtue of Solicitors Act 1974 (c. 47), s. 89(6)

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