William III, 1697-8
An Act to execute Judgements & Decrees saved in a Clause in an Act of the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and Queen Mary intituled An Act for taking away the Court holden before the President and Council of the Marches of Wales. [Chapter XVI. Rot. Parl. 9 Gul. III. p. n. 6]

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'William III, 1697-8: An Act to execute Judgements & Decrees saved in a Clause in an Act of the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and Queen Mary intituled An Act for taking away the Court holden before the President and Council of the Marches of Wales. [Chapter XVI. Rot. Parl. 9 Gul. III. p. n. 6]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 7: 1695-1701 (1820), pp. 370. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46902 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Recital of 1 W.& M. c. 27. § 4; and that the said Clause had become ineffectual.

Court of Chancery, Exchequer, and Great Sessions, where the Cause originally arose, may issue Process upon Decree made in the Court before the President and Council of the Marches of Wales, before 1st June 1689.

Whereas in a Statute made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of His Majesty and the late Queen Mary intituled An Act for taking away the Court holden before the President and Council of the Marches of Wales Itt is provided That no Judgements nor Decrees passed in the said Court before the First Day of June One thousand six hundred eighty nine shall be by that Act repealed or annulled but all and every of them shall remaine in the same force and all Executions upon them in the same state in which they were before the making of that Act Any thing in that Act contained to the contrary notwithstanding But forasmuch as no Provision is made in the said Act to authorize His Majesties Courts of Westm[inster] and Great Sessions of Wales or any other Court to order or issue out any Executions upon the said Judgments and Decrees the said Clause is become fruitlesse & ineffectual to the great and manifest Damage & Injuries of the Parties on whose behalfes such Judgements and Decrees passed For Remedy whereof Be it enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the Advice & Consent of the Lords Spiritual & Temporal and Co[m]mons in this present Parliament assembled and by Authority of the same That it shall and may be lawfull to and for His Majesties High Court of Chancery Court of Exchequer att Westminster or His Majesties Court of Great Sessions in the respective Counties within the Principality of Wales where the Cause or Causes originally arose to issue forth Execution or Executions and other Processes upon every Judgement or Decree given or made in the said Court held before the President and Council of the Marches of Wales before the First Day of June in the Yeare of our Lord God One thousand six hundred eighty nine in the same Manner and to the same intent and purpose as if such Judgement or Decree had been given or made in either of the said Courts of the Exchequer or Grand Sessions.

II. The said Courts to have Power to review, &c. the said Judgements, &c.

Provided also and it is hereby further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Courts before mentioned respectively shall have Power and Authority and are hereby impowered to review reheare reverse or affirme the said Judgements and Decrees.