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Tweed Fisheries Act 1857

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LXXIX Rates to be levied.U.K.

For defraying the Expenses to be incurred in carrying this Act into effect it shall be lawful for the Commissioners . . . F1 and they are hereby required to make, impose, and levy an annual Rate or Assessment of Twenty Poundsper Centum per Annumuntil the Debts and Obligations contracted by the Commissioners and Overseers acting under the recited Acts, and due and subsisting at the passing of this Act, and the Costs of obtaining and passing this Act and incidental thereto, are paid, and annually thereafter of such Amount as the Commissioners shall fix and determine, . . . F2, to be paid by the whole Owners of Salmon Fisheries in the River in proportion to the Rents or yearly Value of their several Fisheries as such Rents or yearly Value shall be ascertained and fixed by the Commissioners, or by the Sheriff or Justices on the Application of any Owner who may think himself aggrieved by any such Assessment, provided Notice of such Application be given to the Clerk within Ten Days after Notice of such Assessment is given to such Owner, and which Rate shall be payable either yearly or half-yearly, as the Commissioners may from Time to Time direct and appoint, by the several Tenants or Occupiers of the said several Fisheries, for and on behalf of the respective Owners of the same, and for which Payments such Tenants or Occupiers shall be entitled to Relief from the respective Owners on settling or paying their Rents; and if any such Rate shall not be paid to the Collector appointed under this Act by any Tenant or Occupier when required, the same shall on Demand be payable by the Owner of the Fishery possessed by such Tenant or Occupier.

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