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Courts of Law Fees (Scotland) Act 1895

1895 CHAPTER 14 58 and 59 Vict

An Act to provide for the Regulation of Fees payable in the Courts of Law in Scotland.

[30th May 1895]

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1 Short title and extent.S

This Act may be cited as the Courts of Law Fees (Scotland) Act 1895, and shall apply to Scotland only.

F1 2 Power of Secretary of State to regulate court fees.S

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3[F2Taxation of accounts in criminal proceedings].S

[F3(1)]All accounts of expenses found due in the [F4relevant court], or in any inferior Court whose judgment has been brought under the review of the [F4relevant court], by suspension or appeal, or otherwise, unless the amount of the expenses found due shall have been determined or modified by the [F5relevant court], shall be remitted to the [F6relevant auditor of court] to be examined and taxed in like manner, and subject to the same [F7rules of court], as accounts of expenses in [F8relevant civil proceedings].

[F9(2)In subsection (1)—

  • relevant court” means—

    (a)

    the High Court of Justiciary, or

    (b)

    the Sheriff Appeal Court, when exercising its jurisdiction in criminal proceedings,

  • relevant auditor of court” means—

    (a)

    where the relevant court is the High Court of Justiciary, the Auditor of the Court of Session,

    (b)

    where the relevant court is the Sheriff Appeal Court, the auditor of the Sheriff Appeal Court,

  • relevant civil proceedings” means—

    (a)

    where the relevant court is the High Court of Justiciary, proceedings in the Court of Session,

    (b)

    where the relevant court is the Sheriff Appeal Court, civil proceedings in that Court.]

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F104 Power to regulate fees to keepers of London and Edinburgh Gazettes for certain notices.S

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5 Repeal.S

All Acts of Parliament or Acts of Sederunt, in so far as inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, are hereby repealed.

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