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45Wherever under the Provisions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, or of any Act incorporating, altering, or amending the same, the Costs of any Proceedings for determining a Question of disputed Compensation are settled by One of the Masters of the Court of Queen's Bench in England or Ireland, it shall be lawful for such Masters to receive and take in respect of each Folio in Length of every Bill of Costs so settled a Pee of One Shilling and no more; and such Fee shall be taken in Money and not in Stamps, and may be retained by the said Masters for their own Use and Benefit.
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