Styles of writs and forms of procedure, in the Church courts of Scotland by John Cook

Styles of writs and forms of procedure, in the Church courts of Scotland

byJohn Cook

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1870 Excerpt: ... 79. Minute anent Certificate of Insanity of the Rev. A. B., Minister of C. (Place and date.) Sederunt. The presbytery then proceeded to the consideration of the certificate of C. D., Esq., sheriff of the county of, that the Rev. A. B., minister of the parish of, is insane, and thereby disabled from discharging the duties of the office; and no arrangement having been made by any parties qualified and entitled to act for the said A. B. or the arrangement proposed by the parties qualified to act for the said A. B., as reported by the committee appointed last meeting of presbytery, not being satisfactory to the presbytery, the presbytery, in terms of the Act 26 and 27 Vict. c. 47, sect. 2, did, and hereby do, resolve to appoint a qualified assistant to perform the duties of the charge until the said A. B. shall be enabled to resume the same, or until the parish shall be declared vacant: And the presbytery further resolved to assign an allowance out of the said stipend to the said assistant of (money or grain, as the case may be), it being understood that such allowance shall in no case exceed one-half of the whole proceeds of the benefice for the year; and the presbytery further resolved to give notice to the heritors liable in payment of stipend, of the respective proportions of the stipend payable by each of them to the said A. B., and to the assistant appointed for him by the said presbytery under the said deliverance, and during the subsistence thereof. The presbytery may either then, or at a subsequent meeting, appoint such assistant. JUDICIAL PROCEDURE. In this department accuracy is so essentially necessary, and so difficult of attainment by those not familiar with the minutite of law, that it has been thought advisable to depart a little from what has b...

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Title:Styles of writs and forms of procedure, in the Church courts of ScotlandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:156 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.33 inPublished:February 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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