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S. d. And where such deed shall exceed 50 folios and not exceed 100 folios

2 10 And where such deed shall exceed 100 folios 3 0 Fee on preparing every recognizance . 1 1 For taking the acknowledgement of any deed 0 6 0 For taking the acknowledgement of every married woman, or such other fee as the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster shall order to be paid for taking such acknowledgement

1 6 8 For an examination fee on each witness, exclusive of oath

0 5 0 For examining the engrossments of deeds, each skin

0 3 4 For comparing deeds, books, and papers with

the schedule on their being deposited or delivered out, where the schedule shall not amount to 50 folios

O 6 8 Where the schedule shall amount to 50 folios 0 13 4 For attending any Court per day by the clerk 0 13 4 For searching for papers in a cause or matter

not in immediate progress before the Master

6 8 For every oath

0 1 6 For entering account for receivers, consig

nees, and committees, per folio in each book

0 0 6 For entering accounts of parties accounting before the Master in a book, if required,

0 0 6 For every exhibit

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Fees to be received and taken by the Registrars and their Clerks.

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hearing of a cause, on further directions, exclusive of the Master of the Rolls' fee on decrees of 6s. 8d.

3 10 0 For every office copy thereof

2 0 0 For every order on petition or motion of course, not exceeding one side

3 0 For every additional side of such order

1 0 For every order on other petitions where a

reference is directed, but the decision of the Master is not to be final, and also where the petition is dismissed

0 10 0 For every office copy thereof

0 10 0 For every order for a special injunction, or for the appointment of a receiver

2 10 0 For every office

0 10 0 For every order for payment of money out of Court, and for no other purpose,

where the sum or sums thereby specifically directed to be paid shall not exceed in the whole 1001. .

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0 5 0 For every order for transfer out of Court,

or sale, of any sum or sums of Government stock, or South Sea annuities (excepting long annuities and anuities for terms of years) and for no other purpose, where the sum or sums thereby specifically directed to be transferred or sold shall not exceed in the whole 1001. stock or annuities

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0 10 0 For

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2 10 For every office copy thereof

1 0 For every other order on special motions 1 0 For every office copy thereof

0 10 For every order on arguing exceptions 2 0 For every office copy thereof

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1 0. 0 For every office

0 10 0 For every order on petition of appeal or rehearing

2 0 For every office copy thereof

1 For every order on petitions not herein otherwise specified

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5 For every order in any matter in Bankruptcy o 10 0 For every office copy thereof

5 0 For every copy of a petition of appeal or rehearing, per side

0 0 6 For every certificate signed by the Registrar

for the sale or transfer of annuities, stock, or Exchequer bills, or for delivery out of the latter

0 2 6 For every other certificate signed by the Registrar

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COTTENHAM, C.
LANGDALE, M. R.
LANCELOT SHADWELL, V. C.

331

GENERAL ORDER

OF

THE COURT OF CHANCERY,

5th May, 1837.

ORDER for better regulating the HEARING OF CAUSES

and other Matters in the High Court of Chancery. The Right Honourable Charles Christopher Lord Cottenham, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by and with the advice and assistance of the Right Honourable Henry Lord Langdale, Master of the Rolls, and the Right Honourable Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Vice Chancellor of England, doth hereby order and direct in manner following; that is to say,

I. That from and after the 20th day of May, now instant, every original information or bill of complaint filed in the High Court of Chancery, shall (at the option of the party, informant or complainant, by or on whose behalf the information or bill shall be filed), be distinctly marked at or near the top or upper part thereof, either with the words “ Lord Chancellor," or with the words “ Master of the Rolls :" and that the six clerk and clerk in court to whom the filing of the information or bill belongs, shall, in the books and indexes in which the same shall be entered, add to the entry thereof such distinguishing words or mark as may make it appear from such entry whether the information or bill is marked with the words “Lord Chancellor," or with the words “ Master of the Rolls :" and that, from and after the said 20th day of May, the six clerks and clerks in court are not to file any original

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