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For every certificate of a judgment issued out of the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer at Westminster, for registration in Ireland or Scotland, including affidavit

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Fees to be charged by the Senior Master of the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster
as "Registrar of Judgments."

On filing for registration every certificate issued out of the Courts of Dublin, and Court
of Session in Scotland, although more than one name may have to be registered
On filing every acknowledgment of satisfaction of an Irish judgment, or Scotch
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For every certificate of the entry of a satisfaction
For every search made in the Registers of Irish and Scotch Judgments, in one or
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Given under our hands at Westminster, this 14th day of November, 1868.

A. E. COCKBURN.
WILLIAM BOVILL.

FITZROY KELLY.

J. B. BYLES.

SAMUEL MARTIN.

ROBERT LUSH.

WM. BALIOL BRETT.

G. HAYES.

I

SUPPLEMENTAL REGULA GENERALIS,

AS TO PROCEEDINGS ON ELECTION PETITIONS IN ENGLAND,

As of Michaelmas Term, 1868,

Made by SIR SAMUEL MARTIN, Knight, one of the Barons of the Exchequer; SIR JAMES SHAW WILLES, Knight, one of the Justices of the Common Pleas; and SIR COLIN BLACKBURN, Knight, one of the Justices of the Queen's Bench; the Judges for the time being for the trial of Election Petitions in England, pursuant to the Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868:

THAT Notice of the time and place of the trial of each Election Petition shall be transmitted by the Master to the Treasury, and to the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery; and that the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery shall, on or before the day fixed for the trial, deliver, or cause to be delivered, to the Registrar of the Judge who is to try the Petition, or his Deputy, the Poll Books, for which the Registrar or his Deputy shall give, if required, a receipt: And that the Registrar shall keep in safe custody the said Poll Books until the trial is over, and then return the same to the Crown Office.

Dated the 19th day of December, 1868.

SAMUEL MARTIN.

J. S. WILLES.

COLIN BLACKBURN.

JUDGES' CHAMBERS.

THE following Regulations for transacting the business at these Chambers will be observed till further notice. By Order.

Summonses in all the Courts are to be taken out at the Common Pleas and Exchequer Chambers, and to be made returnable at halfpast ten o'clock, and to be attended at the Chambers of the Judges of the Court in which action is brought; every person taking out a summons to name the Court.

Original summonses only to be placed on the files, and numbered, and such as are attendable before the Masters will be heard by them at the Chambers of the Judges of the Court in which the actions are brought.

That notice of attendance by counsel on summonses be given at the time of service of the summons, and that the party served with a copy summons shall give the best notice he can of attendance of counsel before the return of the said summons.

Summonses adjourned by the Judge will be heard at a quarter to eleven o'clock precisely, according to their numbers on the adjournment file; and those on that file not answered to will be placed on the general file.

Orders made by the Judge will be drawn up at the Queen's Bench Judges' Chambers, other orders at the other Chambers.

Summonses adjourned by the Masters will be heard by them at eleven o'clock precisely, according to their numbers on the adjournment

Tuesday, March 2, 1869.

file; and those on that file not answered to will be placed on the general file.

That affidavits for ex parte orders be indorsed with the names of the parties, the nature of the application, and the statute under which such application is made; and that such affidavits (except those to hold to bail or under special circumstances) be left the day before, and delivered out the following morning.

Affidavits read or referred to before the Judge or Masters must be properly indorsed, and bear a Shilling Stamp for filing, when produced, otherwise the case will not be heard

Affidavits are to be sworn in the Exchequer Judges' Chambers.

All affidavits used and filed at the Common Pleas and Exchequer Judges' Chambers will be deposited daily at the Queen's Bench Judges' Chambers, for the purpose of inspection, and obtaining copies there, when necessary.

Acknowledgments of deeds are to be taken at half-past ten o'clock; those not then necessary must be postponed.

The Judge directs particular attention to the Rule of Michaelmas Term, 1867, and desires it to be distinctly understood that he will not take any summonses, or hear any matter, which ought properly to go before the Masters.

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS ACT.

The following Additional Rules have been issued at the Common Pleas Rule Office:

1. All claims at law or in equity to money deposited or to be deposited in the Bank of England for payment of costs, charges and expenses payable by the petitioners pursuant to the 16th General Rule made on the 21st of November, 1868, by the Judges for the trial of election petitions in England, shall be disposed of by the Court of Common Pleas or a Judge.

2. Money so deposited shall (if and where the same is no longer needed to secure payment of such costs, charges and expenses) be returned or otherwise disposed of, as justice may require by rule of the Court of Common Pleas or order of a Judge.

3. Such Rule or Order may be made after

such notice of intention to apply and proof that all just claims have been satisfied or otherwise sufficiently provided for as the Court or a Judge may require.

4. The Rule or Order may direct payment either to the party in whose name the sum is deposited, or to any person entitled to receive

the same.

5. Upon such Rule or Order being made, the amount may be drawn for by the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas for the time being.

6. The draught of the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas for the time being shall in all cases be a sufficient warrant to the Bank of England for all payments made thereunder.

Dated March 25, 1869.

SAMUEL MARTIN.

J. S. WILLES.

COLIN BLACKBURN.

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