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High Peak Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1851

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XXIV Small Barmote Courts.E+W+S+N.I.

The Steward shall, upon the entering of any Plaint, cause a Summons to be issued, and shall, on a Day to be mentioned in such Summons, and within One Calendar Month after the entering of the Plaint, hold a Small Barmote Court for the Trial of the Cause; and the Plaintiff and Defendant, or their respective [F1solicitors] or Agents, shall appear at the Time and Place appointed for the Trial, and the Steward shall proceed in a summary Way to try the Cause, leaving all Matters of Fact in issue in the Cause to be determined by the Jury sworn for the Trial, and shall give Judgment, and the Judgment of the Court shall be enforced by Warrant to be issued under the Hand of the Steward and the Seal of the Barmote Courts, and the Defendant shall be allowed to give Evidence of any Special Matter of Defence.

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