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(1)In the application of this Act to railways in Scotland and Ireland respectively, references to the Edinburgh or [F1Belfast] Gazette shall, as the case may require, be substituted for references to the London Gazette.
(2)In the application of this Act to railways in Scotland, the following modifications shall be made:—
The expression “Summary Jurisdiction Acts” means the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Acts;
The summary jurisdiction conferred by this Act shall be exercised solely by the sheriff, and shall be held to be civil within the meaning of the twenty-eighth section of the M1Summary Procedure Act 1864. The sheriff shall upon request of any party to the cause take notes of the evidence, and any party, if dissatisfied with the sheriff’s judgment as erroneous either in point of law or of fact, may appeal thereagainst to either division of the Court of Session, which appeal shall be heard summarily by the said division, whose judgment shall be final. The Court of Session may, if it thinks fit, by act of sederunt regulate the form and time of presentation of such appeals.
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