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eland, unless the same be duly revived according to the Course entered within id Practice of the said respective Courts, or re-docketed in Twenty Years anner hereinafter directed, and the Revival or Re-docketing ecution of Con lereof entered in the Manner hereinafter provided, within
veyance of the wenty Years next before the Execution of the Conveyance, Estate. ettlement, Mortgage, Lease, or other Deed or Instrument 2sting or transferring the legal or equitable Right, Title, Estate, • Interest in or to such Purchaser for valuable Consideration. II. And be it further enacted, That all Judgments which shall Judgments įve been entered
or recovered in His Majesty's Courts of King's entered in the ench, Common Pleas, or Exchequer in Ireland, within Twenty Courts within ears next before the passing of this Act, shall, after the Ex. Twenty Years ration of Twenty Years from the Entry or Recovery, thereof, passing of this = null and void as against Purchasers for valuable Consideration Act to be void,
any Lands, Tenements, or Hereditaments in Ireland, unless unless revived le same be duly revived according to the Course and Practice according to the f the said respective Courts, or re-docketed in manner herein- Practice of the
Courts, &c. fter directed, and the Revival or Re-docketing thereof be entered 1 the Manner hereinafter mentioned, within Twenty Years next efore the Execution of the Conveyance, Settlement, Mortgage, ease, or other Deed or Instrument vesting or transferring the egal or equitable Right, Title, Estate, or Interest in or to such purchaser for valuable Consideration, or within Five Years from he passing of this Act.
III. And be it further enacted, That all Judgments which Judgments hall have been entered or recovered in His Majesty's Courts of entered in the King's Bench, Common Pleas, or Exchequer, in Ireland, Twenty Courts Twenty l'ears or upwards next before the passing of this Act, shall be
the passing of null and void as against all Purchasers for valuable Consideration this Act to be of any Lands, Tenements, or Hereditaments in Ireland, whether void, unless heir Purchases shall have been made before or after the passing Revival entered of this Act, unless the same shall be duly revived according to within Five the Course and Practice of the said respective Courts, or re
Years from the docketed in manner hereinafter directed, and the Revival or
passing of this
Act. Re-docketing thereof be entered in the Manner hereinafter mentioned, within Five Years from the passing of this Act.
IV. And be it further enacted, That when any Judgment shall Revivals of be duly revived in any of the said Courts, according to the Judgments Course and Practice of the said Courts, respectively, an Entry of to be entered such Revival shall, for the Purposes of this Act, be made in a
in a Book
according to Book to be kept for the Purpose by the proper Officer of each of the said Courts respectively, and which he is hereby directed and the Schedule. required to keep in the Manner and Form set forth in the Schedule to this Act annexed; and which Entry shall in all Cases be and be held to be Evidence of the due Revival of such Judgment, without producing the Judgment or Revivor thereof.
V. And be it further enacted, That in order to the Re-docket- Affidavit to be ing for the Purposes of this Act of any Judgment entered or made by the to be entered in any of the Courts aforesaid, an Affidavit shall Attorney to be made by the Attorney employed by the Party or Parties the Party
interested in legally or beneficially interested in said Judgment or some Part thereof, which Affidavit shall be in the form or to the Effect
any Judgment. set forth in the Schedule to this Act annexed, and shall be numbered by and filed with the proper Officer of the Court in I 3
the Form in
which such Judgment is or shall be entered or recovere.
of this Act. · Sum to be paid
VI. And be it further enacted, That the Sum of Sixpence, as for each Entry. no more, shall be paid to the respective proper Officer of the s.
Courts for each such Entry so required to be made by him :
aforesaid. This Act not to VII. And be it further enacted and provided, That nothing is extend to give this Act contained shall extend, or be construed or deemned Validity to any taken to extend, to set up or give Validity to any Judgment « legally barred Judgments which by the Lapse of Twenty Years from the Emp by Act 8 G.1. or Recovery thereof, without any Payment or Satisfaction being (1.)
made on account, or any Proceeding being taken for Recovery thereof, is, are, or shall be legally or equitably extinguished a barred under and by virtue of an Act passed in the Eighth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George the First, intituled At Act for the more effectual quieting and securing Possessions, es preventing vexatious Suits at Law; and that the Re-docketing a any such Judgment or Judgments in manner aforesaid shall not be taken or deemed or construed as a Revival thereof, but solely a
a Proceeding for the Purposes of this Act. Attorney to
VIII. And for the Purpose of furnishing the Means in all Cases give the Officer hereafter to identify the Parties to all Judgments in the Cours a Description aforesaid ; be it further enacted, That from and after the pas of the Parties, ing of this Act the Attorney employed for the Purpose of enter and their Places ing or making up any Judgment in any of the said
Courts sha.. previous to the entering thereof, deliver to the Officer whose Duty it is to cause such Judgments to be entered, a Note in Writing, stating the Degree, Quality, Profession, or Trade, and also the Places of Residence, of the several Parties thereto; and thereupon such Officer shall make an Entry of the said Particulars
in the Margin of the Roll of the said Judgment. Officer not to be IX. And be it further enacted, That no Officer shall be obliged obliged to enter to enter any Judgment on the Rolls of any of the said Courts
, any Judgment until such Note in Writing shall have been delivered to him as
aforesaid ; which Note he is hereby directed to file and keep: Description is given.
and if after having received the same, he shall neglect or refuse to enter the Particulars thereof in the Margin of the Roll of such Judgment, he shall forfeit and pay the Sum of Twenty Pounds to any Person suing for the same: Provided always, tha no Neglect, Error, or omission of any Officer of any of the said Courts, with respect to the entering, in the Margin of the Roll of any Judgment, of the Degree, Quality, Profession, Trade, or Place of Residence of any of the Parties to the said Judgment, shall in any manner vitiate or affect the Validity of the same, or bind any person except the Person against whom such Judgment was really obtained, and those deriving under him.
X. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That nothing Not to affect
this Act contained shall extend or be construed to extend in any Judgment siy Manner to affect or prejudice any Judgment whatsoever as
Parties thereto. etween the Parties thereto, their Representatives, or those deving as Volunteers under them.
Form of AFFIDAVIT referred to in this Act.
B.) A. B. of (stating his registered Residence], Attorney at Law,
maketh Oath, and saith, That it appears by the Records D.) of this Honourable Court that the above-named Plaintiff » Plaintiffs] did in or as of Term, in the Year stain a Judgment in this Honourable Court against the aboveimed Defendant (or Defendants] for the Sum of hich Judgment is entered upon the Roll of the said Term and ear, and Number
And this Deponent further aith, That he hath been employed by (or on behalf of] C. D. "hom he believes to be legally or beneficially entitled to or inerested in the said Judgment, or some Part thereof, for the Purose of Re-docketing the same, pursuant to an Act passed in the linth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, tituled (here set forth the Title of this Act].
Form of Revival Book referred to by this Act.
Year, Term, and Roll of Entry on Re
Name of Party
on whose Behalf revived.
Name and registered Resid.
ence of the Attorney to the
Form of Re-DOCKETING Book referred to in this Act.
Date of Re-dock. eting.
Name and recovered, or
Name of Party Name and reon whose
gistered Resid. Behalf re- ence of Attorney docketed. Re-docketing.
. CA P. XXXVI. An Act for continuing to His Majesty for One Year cera A
Duties on Sugar imported into the United Kingdom, the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred ex twenty-eight.
[27th June 189 Most Gracious Sovereign, CE, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal Subjects, i
of • Ireland in Parliament assembled, towards raising the necess • Supplies to defray Your Majesty's Public Expences, have fet . and voluntarily resolved to give and grant unto Your Majes " the Duties hereinafter mentioned;' and therefore do most humb beseech Your Majesty that it may be enacted; and be it enacta by the King's most excellent Majesty, by and with the Advices Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commonsi
this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of Duties imposed same, That the several Duties on Sugar, Brown or Muscavado, a on Sugar by Clayed, not being refined, which by an Act passed in the Serere 7 G. 4. c. 48. further con
Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act to altera tinued until
and amend the several Laws relating to the Customs, and by a Tab 5th July 1829. contained in the said Act, were made payable until the fifth Da
of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and wna have been continued and are in force until the Fifth Day of Ju One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, shall be and the same are hereby continued from and after the Expiration of the Time limited as aforesaid, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand
eight hundred and twenty-nine. Monies paid II. And be it further enacted, That there shall be provided and into the Ex- kept, in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt of His Majesty's chequer under Exchequer at Westminster, One Book of Register, in which all the this Act shall be entered
Money that shall be paid into the said Exchequer from so much separate from
of the said Rates and Duties hereby granted or continued on Sugu other Payments. as shall arise and be payable in Great Britain shall be entered and
registered apart and distinct from all other Monies paid and par.
as the 6th and Twelve following Sections of 7 & 8 G.3. c.7.]
CAP. XXXVII. Act to amend an Act of the First and Second Years of His present Majesty, for preventing Depredations within the Jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports, and for the Adjustment of Salvage ; and for giving further Powers to the Deputy Warden of the Cinque Ports and Lieutenant of Dover Castle.
[27th June 1828.] W VHEREAS by an Act passed in the First and Second Years 1&2G. 4.c.76.
of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act to mtinue and amend certain Acts for preventing the various Frauds nd Depredations committed on Merchants, Ship Owners, and Unerwriters, by Boatmen and others, within the Jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports ; and also for remedying certain Defects relative to he Adjustment of Salvage under a Statute made in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of Her late Majesty Queen Anne, Power is given to the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports to nominate and appoint, in the Manner therein directed, Persons in each of the Cinque Ports, Two ancient Towns and their Members, to adjust
and determine Differences relative to Salvage, and for the other -Purposes in the said Act mentioned : And Whereas it is expe
dient and necessary that the Powers given by the said Act to the said Lord Warden should be also exercised by the Deputy Warden of the Cinque Ports and Lieutenant of Dover Casile : e it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by id with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temoral, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by le Authority of the same, That it shall and may be lawful for the The Deputy leputy Warden of the Cinque Ports and Lieutenant of Dover Warden may
astle for the Time being, and he is hereby authorized and em- appoint Salvage owered, to nominate and appoint such Commissioners, and to have Commissioners,
&c. he same Power, and to do all other Acts, Matters, and Things
ontained in the said recited Act, as the Lord Warden of the Cinque het Ports for the Time being can or may
do. II. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall be deemed Public Act. and taken to be a Public Act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all Judges, Justices, and others, without being specially pleaded.
CA P. XXXVIII.
Commissioners, and for appointing additional Commis-
[27th June 1828.] THEREAS it is expedient to rectify Mistakes made in the
naming or describing Persons appointed Commissioners by an Act made in the last Session of Parliament, intituled An 7&8G. 4. c.78. Act to appoint Commissioners for carrying into Execution several Acts
, granting an Aid to His Majesty by a Land Tax to be raised "in Great Britain, and continuing to His Majesty certain Duties on