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Provided always that if the master of the faculties shall refuse to grant any faculty to practise as a public notary to any person without just and reasonable cause, then the [F1Chancellor of the High Court]F1 for the time being, upon complaint thereof being made, shall direct the Queen’s writ to the said master of the faculties to the effect and shall proceed thereon according to the intent and meaning of the M1Ecclesiastical Licences Act 1533, and in manner and form as is therein provided and set forth in case of the refusal of any licences, dispensations, faculties, instruments, or other writings, as fully and effectually, and with the same powers and authority, as if the same were here inserted and re-enacted. [F2 The Chancellor of the High Court may nominate another judge of that court to exercise his functions under this section.F2]
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