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Cs 235 11 Misc_3 Deed 5.

Cs 235 11 Misc_3 Deed 5.

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Published by: PAUL KAY FOSTER MACKENZIE on Dec 04, 2012
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<line> 21 </line>\tab THE LANDS OF \cf1 TROTTERNESS \cf2 LATE THE PROPERTY OFTHE LATE SIR\par<br /><line> 22 </line>\tab DONALD MACDONALD.\par<br /><line> 23 </line>\par<br /><line> 24 </line>\tab AND CRAVEING THAT HE AND HIS SERVANT MAY BE EXAMINEDUPON\par<br /><line> 25 </line>\tab THE MATTER CONTAINED IN THE SAID PETITION AND THAT HEMAY\par<br /><line> 26 </line>\tab BE ORDAINED TO GIVE AN EXTRACT OF THE PROCESS OR TOSECURE\par<br /><line> 27 </line>\tab THE TRUSTEES AGAINST FUTURE EXTRAITES AND TO ORDAINHIM\par<br /><line> 28 </line>\tab TO FIND CAUTION FOR SUCH DAMAGES AS MAY ARISE TO THETRUSTEES\par<br /><line> 29 </line>\tab AND THAT HE MAY BE CENSURED AND TO PRODUCE THEGROUNDS AND\par<br /><line> 30 </line>\tab WARRANDS OF THE PROCESS THE SAID MR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE WILL\par<br /><line> 31 </line>\tab WITH GREAT EASE MAKE ANSWER TO WHAT IS CHARGED UPONHIM\par<br /><line> 32 </line>\par<br /><line> 33 </line>\tab AND FIRST HE SAYS THERE WAS AN EXEPTION AS TO THE LANDSOF\par<br /><line> 34 </line>\tab\cf1 TROTTERNISH\cf2 EXHIBITED IN THE MANNER MENTIONEDIN THE \par<br /><line> 35 </line>\tab PETITION AND THAT THERE WERE ANSWERS PUTT IN BYTHE\par<br /><line> 36 </line>\tab COMMISSIONERS TO THE SAID EXCEPTION\par<br /><line> 37 </line>\par<br /><line> 38 </line>\tab BUT THEN HE SAYS THAT THERE WAS NO SUCHINTERLOQUITORY\par<br /><line> 39 </line>\tab SENTENCE AS MENTIONED IN THE PETITION PRONOUNCED BYTHE\par<br /><line> 40 </line>\tab COURT NOR DID HE DELIVER A COPIE OF SUCH ANINTERLOQUITOR\par<br /><line> 41 </line>\tab TO \cf1 THOMAS FORDYCE AGENT\cf2 AND DOER FOR THETRUSTEES NOR\par<br /><line> 42 </line>\tab DOES HE BELIEVE THAT \cf1 EDWARD CALLENDER \cf2 HISSERVANT DID \par<br /><line> 43 </line>\tab DID DELIVER ANY SUCH INTERLOQUITOR OR DECREE IN THE\par<br /><line> 44 </line>\tab TERMS MENTIONED IN THE PETITION\par<br /><line> 45 </line>\tab\par<br /><line> 46 </line>\tab THAT WHAT ENDEVOURS WERE USED FOR OBTAINING ANEXTRACT\par<br /><line> 47 </line>\tab WAS A FRUITLESS LABOUR FOR REASONS FORESAID\par<br /><line> 48 </line>\par<br /><line> 49 </line>\tab AFFIRMS THAT ASSINT WHO PRESENTED THE EXEPTION DIDAGAIN\par<br /><line> 50 </line>\tab WITHDRAW HIS EXCEPTION AND QUITT ANY CLAIM HETHEREBY\par<br /><line> 51 </line>\tab AND THIS APPEARS BY WHAT IS WRITT ON THE BACK OF THE
\par<br /><line> 52 </line>\tab EXCEPTION\par<br /><line> 53 </line>\par<br /><line> 54 </line>\tab HE IS ALTOGETHER UNCONCERNED WHAT MAY BE THECONSEQUENCE\par<br /><line> 55 </line>\tab OF THE PETITIONERS WANT OF AN EXTRACT OF A SENTENCETHAT \par<br /><line> 56 </line>\tab WAS NEVER GIVEN\par<br /><line> 57 </line>\par<br /><line> 58 </line>\tab THAT HE NEITHER HAS ANY SUCH INTERLOQUITOR NOR DOESBELIEVE\par<br /><line> 59 </line>\tab THAT ANY SUCH EVER WAS PRONOUNCED\par<br /><line> 60 </line>\par<br /><line> 61 </line>\tab THAT HE WAS WILLING TO PRODUCE AND LAY BEFORE YOUR LORDSHIPS\par<br /><line> 62 </line>\tab AS NOW HE HAS DONE THE PRINCIPAL EXCEPTION WITH THEANSWER\par<br /><line> 63 </line>\tab DELIVERED\par<br /><line> 64 </line>\par<br /><line> 65 </line>\tab NOR IS HE CONCERNED IN THE REASONING PART OF THEPETITION\par<br /><line> 66 </line>\tab WHERE THE PETITIONERS WOULD FORM AN ARGUMENTAGAINST\par<br /><line> 67 </line>\tab HIM AS IF IT WERE INCREDIBLE THAT ASSINT WOULD MOVEAN\par<br /><line> 68 </line>\tab OBJECTION AGAINST HIMSELF THOUGH HE BELIEVES THETRUE\par<br /><line> 69 </line>\tab REASON WAS THAT WHEN ASSINTES PROCURATORS CAME\par<br /><line> 70 </line>\tab TO LOOK INT THE DEIT OF MAILLS AND DUTIES OBTAINED ATHIS\par<br /><line> 71 </line>\tab INSTANCE AGAINST THE VASSALLS THEY FOUND THAT \cf1 SIR DONALDS\cf2\par<br /><line> 72 </line>\tab TENNENTS WERE NOT CALLED THEREIN NOR HAD HE OBTAINEDHIMSELF \par<br /><line> 73 </line>\tab INFEFT IN THE SAID LANDS IN THE TERME OF THE ACT FOR ENCOURAGEING\par<br /><line> 74 </line>\tab SUPERIORS ETC\par<br /><line> 75 </line>\par<br /><line> 76 </line>\tab AND IT IS SOMEWHAT TOO SUBTILL TO SAY THAT IF ASSINT HASWITHDRAWN\par<br /><line> 77 </line>\tab ANYTHING TIS SUSPECTED TO BE SIGNED INTERLOQUITOR FOR BY THE\par<br /><line> 78 </line>\tab TERM &quot; WITHDRAWN&quot; HERE NOTHING ELSE COULD BEMEANT BUT\par<br /><line> 79 </line>\tab THAT ASSINT HAD WAVED OR PASSED FROM HISEXCEPTION\par<br /><line> 80 </line>\par<br /><line> 81 </line>\tab HE SAYS THAT HE HAD NOT WITHDRAWN THE PROCESS NOR ANY\par<br /><line> 82 </line>\tab PART OF THE PROCESS ALL IS STILL EXTANT AND ISHEREWITH\par<br />

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