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Tweed Fisheries Act 1857

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LXXX Recovery of Rates.U.K.

The Rate made at any such Meeting shall be binding upon and may be enforced against every such Owner, Tenant, and Occupier of a Fishery; and for the Recovery of any Rates which may remain unpaid it shall be lawful for any Sheriff or Justice within whose Jurisdiction the Goods and Effects of any Owner, Tenant, or Occupier of a Fishery liable for such Rates may be found to grant Warrant for poinding or distraining such Goods and Effects, and to appraise them on the Place where found, and afterwards to sell the same by Auction for Payment of such Rates, together with the full Costs of such Poinding, Distress, and Sale, and the Surplus (if any) shall be paid, when demanded, to the Person whose Effects shall have been so distrained and sold; which Warrants shall be granted by such Sheriff or Justice upon an Application made to him by the Clerk or Treasurer or other Person authorized by the Commissioners, with an Attestation on Oath signed by the Collector appointed under this Act certifying that the Person complained of is liable for and has not paid such Rates, and specifying therein the Amount due by him; and the Proceedings for the Recovery of such Rates may be in the Form of the Schedule (A.) hereunto annexed, or as near thereto as may be; or the Commissioners or Clerk may bring and prosecute an Action or Actions at Law for Recovery of such Rates or Arrears thereof.

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