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At each sheriff’s or other court where sequestration for rent is or may be granted a register, entitled the “Register of Sequestrations for Rent” for the particular court, shall be kept by the sheriff clerk, sheriff clerk depute, or other officer of court having custody of the records thereof, in the form set forth in the schedule appended hereto, or as nearly in that form as may be; and on the granting of any sequestration for rent there shall be forthwith entered in such register the name or names of the tenant or lessee whose agricultural produce, live stock, or effects are sequestrated, and the several particulars detailed in the schedule appended hereto; and every person shall be entitled, on payment of a fee of [F15p], to search the said register during office hours of every day on which the office of the sheriff clerk, sheriff clerk depute, or other officer of court having the custody thereof shall be open; and all such fees shall be duly accounted for and shall be paid by the sheriff clerk, sheriff clerk depute, or other officer receiving the same to the credit of Her Majesty’s Exchequer, at such times and in such manner as the Treasury shall from time to time direct.
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