House of Commons Journal Volume 85
8 April 1830: Schedule - Part the ninth

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 85: 8 April 1830: Schedule - Part the ninth', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 85: 1830, pp. 320-321. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16222 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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SCHEDULE.-PART THE NINTH.

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THE DUTIES in respect of certain PROCEEDINGS in the Courts of Law and Equity in Ireland; and the Allowances in respect of the said Duties.

SCHEDULE, PART IX. DUTY.
FOR and in respect of the first skin, sheet or piece of vellum, parchment or paper upon which the several instruments, matters and things herein mentioned shall be respectively written or printed, except where the Duties are imposed according to the number of words therein contained, or are expressly charged in any other manner; and which Duties shall be payable over and above any other Duties payable by Law on the like Proceedings: £. s. d.
Instruments, matters and things relating to the business in the Civil side of the Court of KING'S BENCH, or in the Court of COMMON PLEAS, or in the Pleas side of the Court of EXCHEQUER in Ireland:
AFFIDAVIT, Affirmation or Deposition, taken before any person or persons authorized by law to take the same, in order to be used or filed in any of the said Courts - 2 -
This Duty on Affidavits is to expire after the decease of the survivor of the late Prothonotaries of the Court of Common Pleas.
APPEARANCE, on the entry of any, in any of the said Courts, for each and every defendant named in such entry - 2 -
BILL OF COSTS, on each and every, taxed by any taxing officer appointed to tax Bills of Costs, for business in any of the said Courts on the certificate thereof,
Where the sum to be allowed on any Bill of Costs, taxed by the proper officer on any proceeding whatsoever shall exceed 5£. and shall not exceed 20£. - 5 -
Where the sum to be allowed shall exceed 20£. and shall not exceed 50£. - 10 -
Where the sum allowed shall exceed 50£. 1 - -
These Duties on Bills of Costs are to expire after the decease of the survivor of the late Prothonotaries on the Civil side of the Court of King's Bench.
COPY, attested or otherwise, issuing from any office of any of the said Courts, of any Affidavit therein filed, or of any Record, Judgment, Fine, Recovery, Declaration, Demurrer, Plea, Replication, Rejoinder or other pleading or proceeding whatsoever; for each and every sheet, each sheet to contain seventy-two words and no more - - 4
COPY, issuing from any such office, of any Rule or Order made or given on any Petition or Motion or otherwise - 2 -
DECLARATION in any of the said Courts - 4 -
DEED to be inrolled in any of the said Courts, except the Assignments of Judgments, and except Indentures of Apprenticeship to Attornies 3 - -
DEMURRER in any of the said Courts, the same Duty as on a Declaration.
FINE, on that part of the Præcipe and concord of a Fine acknowledged at Bar and lodged with the Chirographer 3 - -
FINE, search for Fines, not exceeding five years, and for each county - 3 -
FINES, search for, exceeding five and not exceeding ten years - 6 -
If above ten years, then for every ten years, or fraction of ten years, after the first ten years - 6 -
JUDGMENT INTERLOCUTORY in any of the said Courts, on the entry of each 1 - -
JUDGMENT, not Interlocutory, in any of the said Courts, except Judgments on Cognovit Actionem, on the entry of each 1 - -
JUDGMENT-on Cognovit Actionem in any of the said Courts, on the entry of each - 11 -
JUDGMENTS-in any of the said Courts, on the entry of the Satisfaction of each such Judgment - 10 -
JUDGMENTS-in any of the said Courts, search for, commonly called a Negative Search for Judgments appearing on Record against any person, issued from any office of any of the said Courts, whether such search shall contain any extract or extracts of any Judgment or not, on the officer's certificate subscribed thereto; for each person, as against whom such search shall be made, and for every twenty years, or fraction of twenty years, comprised in such search - 7 6
JUDGMENTS-in any of the said Courts, search for, commonly called a Common Search for Judgments, issuing from any office of any of the said Courts, whether such search shall contain any extract of any Judgment or Judgments or not, or whether such search shall be signed by or on behalf of any officer or clerk of any such office; for each person against whom such search shall be made, and for every twenty years, or fraction of twenty years, comprised in such search - 2 6
MEMORIAL-of the Assignment of a Judgment in any of the said Courts, for each Judgment assigned - 7 6
ORDER or Rule-on any made or given, in any of the said Courts, whether such Rule or Order shall be made in open Court on motion, or by any Judge of such Courts respectively in his chamber, by way of fiat, for an order or otherwise, in any manner, or whether the same be issued or not;
For the entry of every such Rule or Order in the book kept by the clerk of the Rules, or other officer, whether written on one or more sheets or leaves - 4 -
And further, for every Rule or Order for the entering Judgment on any Postea in any of His Majesty's superior Courts of Law in Ireland 1 - -
PLEA-in any of the said Courts, the same Duty as on a Declaration.
PLEADING of any kind, in any of the said Courts, not otherwise charged in any Schedule, the same Duty as on a Declaration.
RECORD of or in any of the said Courts, or any Nisi Prius Record, or on the transcript of any such Record, on the first skin or sheet of vellum, parchment or paper on which the same may be written, to contain no more than 720 words 3 - -
And for every further complete quantity of 720 words - 15 -
RECOVERY on each Remembrance Roll thereof, marked "Suffered at Bar," containing any quantity of words 4 10 -
RECOVERY, on Searches for; the same Duty as on Searches for Judgments.
REPORT in any of the said Courts, on each and every - 10 -
RULES-See ORDER.
SUMMONS, on each and every, signed or issued by any of the officers for taxing Law Costs, or by any officer of any of the said Courts - 2 6
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS, issued by or from any of the said Courts, or any Judge thereof respectively - 4 -
WRIT, Mandate, Subpona or other writ or process whatsoever, not otherwise charged in this Schedule, which shall issue out of or pass the seal of any of the said Courts, in any action or other proceeding, before any judgment shall be obtained in such action or other proceeding - 4 -
This Duty of 4s. is to expire after the decease of the survivor of the late Prothonotaries of the Court of Common Pleas.
WRIT OF CAPIAS AD RESPONDENDUM, or any Writ marked to hold the Defendant to bail - 2 -
WRIT, any Writ or Process whatsoever, not otherwise charged in this Schedule, which shall issue out of or pass the seal of any of the said Courts, in any action or other proceeding, after any judgment shall be obtained in such action or other proceeding, except writs of Habeas Corpus - 8 -
This Duty of 8s. is to expire after the decease of the survivor of the late Prothonotaries in the Civil Side of the Court of King's Bench.      
General Exemptions from the foregoing Stamp Duties.
All Proceedings for or on the behalf of any person legally admitted to sue or defend in formâ pauperis.
ALLOWANCES on the Purchase of STAMPS.
To any person who shall bring vellum, parchment or paper to the Stamp Office in Dublin, to be stamped with the above Duties, or any of them (all Duties payable in respect of the entry of any matter excepted), or who shall buy any stamped vellum, parchment or paper at the said Stamp Office impressed with such Duties, or any of them, the Duties whereof respectively shall amount to 30£. or upwards, an allowance after the rate of 1£. 10s. for every 100£. upon prompt payment of the said Duty upon such vellum, parchment or paper, so brought or stamped.
Instruments, matters and things relating to the business of the office of any Master in the Court of CHANCERY, or relating to the Equity side of the Court of EXCHEQUER in Ireland:
AFFIDAVIT, Affirmation or Deposition, taken in any cause in Court - - 10
Foreign, and not in a cause in Court - 2 6
ANSWER which shall be sworn by any Defendant, for each Defendant so sworn - 1 -
Any Schedule to such Answer, for each Defendant sworn to such Schedule - 1 -
DEDIMUS, on the return thereof - 2 6
INTERROGATORIES and Depositions, on the return thereof - 2 6
SUMMONS, on every Summons which shall actually issue on a reference, or any other proceedings - 13 -
CERTIFICATES, on every Certificate, except Certificates at the foot of bills of costs - 6 6
On every Certificate at the foot of any bill of costs where the amount, as furnished or claimed by such bill, shall not exceed the sum of 50£. - 10 6
Where such amount shall exceed the sum of 50£. for every sum of 10£. or fractional part of 10£. above 50£. an additional sum of - 3 -
RECOGNIZANCE, any Recognizance taken or acknowledged, for each Cognizor - 6 6
INROLLING DEEDS, any fiat or acknowledgment for inrolling any Deed - 6 6
REPORTS, any Report under Interlocutory Order 1 1 -
Under Decretal Order pronounced in a short cause 2 2 -
Under Decretal Order pronounced in a long cause 3 3 -
NOTICES, any notice, advertisement or posting to sell lands pursuant to any Decree, or to set lands pursuant to any Order or Decree 1 1 -
LEASES and DEEDS, any Lease, and any counterpart thereof, where the usual printed form will suffice - 5 -
Any other Deed where the usual printed form will suffice - 10 -
Any Lease, and any counterpart thereof, where the contract is of so special a nature that a special conveyance shall be prepared and ingrossed 1 1 -
Any other contract of such special nature 2 2 -
Any deed executed by any Master in Chancery, or by the Chief Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer, in the name of any party in a cause refusing or declining to execute such Deed, or residing out of the jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery or Exchequer respectively, for each person so declining or refusing, or residing beyond such jurisdiction - 5 -
Any Deed of any other sort which any Master in Chancery, or the Chief Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer, shall be required to execute 2 2 -
Any Answer signed by any Master in Chancery, or by such Chief Remembrancer as guardian of any minor, or by any Master as committee of the estate of any lunatic - 10 6
Any approbation, signed by any Master, or by such Chief Remembrancer for the sale or transfer of stock - 10 6
Any Commission of Lunacy 4 11 -
Any Petition signed and approved of by any Master, or by such Chief Remembrancer as guardian of any minor, or by any Master as committee of any lunatic - 6 6