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Adjudications Act 1672

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Adjudications Act 1672

1672 c. 45

Act concerning Adjudications

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C2This Act is listed in 12mo as 1672 c. 19

The Kings Maiestie . . . F1 Doth with advice and consent of his Estates of Parliament Statute and Ordaine . . . F1 that noe Compriseings shall be led in time comeing of any Lands or other rights which are not allreadie comprised . . . F1 It is allwayes heirby provided and declaired that . . . F2 it shall be leisum to the Creditor to adjudge all or any right belonging to his Debitor in the same maner as he might have apprised the same Conforme to the act of Parliament 1661 anent the payment of debts betuixt debitor and Creditor in all pointes vnder the reversion and with the power competent to others Creditors exprest in the said act And it is heirby Declaired that neither the Superior nor the Adjudger shall be prejudged by this Act bot that they shall be in the same case aftir citation in this Process of Adjudication as if appriseing wer led of the lands at that time and a charge given to the Superior thervpon . . . F2

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