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having heard Counsel on the question of the proposed amendment, Makes avizandum.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    27th November 1929.—LORD MONCRIEFF.—Act. Gibson—Alt. Clyde.—The Lord Ordinary having considered the cause, Opens up the Record; allows the same to be amended in terms of the pursuers Minute of Amendment. No. 10 of process; and the Amendments having been made, of new Closes the Record: Finds the pursuer liable to the first defender in his expenses since the Interlocutor dated 5th June 1929, excluding in hoc statu the expenses attendant on the adjustment of the Record; allows an Account to be lodged, and remits the same to the Auditor to tax, and report: Appoints the pursuer to re-print the Record.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    Thereafter the Lord Ordinary pronounced the following Interlocutors:—

    12th December 1929.—LORD MONCRIEFF.—Act. Cameron.—The Lord Ordinary approves of the Auditor's Report on the Account of Expenses for defender Francis Minchella, No. 11 of process; and decerns against the pursuer for payment to the said defender of the sum of Sixty-six pounds, one shilling and five pence sterling, being the taxed amount thereof.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    17th December 1929.—LORD MONCRIEFF.—Act. Clyde.—The Lord Ordinary approves of the Auditor's Report on the Account of Expenses for the defender David Stevenson, No. 13 of process; and decerns against the pursuer for payment to said defender of the sum of Forty-two pounds, four shillings and ten pence, being the taxed amount of said expenses.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

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