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The sheriff clerk shall within two days after the date of any appeal being taken send written notice of such appeal to the repondent or his agent: Provided, that the failure to give such notice shall not invalidate the appeal; but the Lord Ordinary may give such remedy for any disadvantage or inconvenience thereby occasioned as may in the circumstances be thought proper.