Mor 5037
Subject_1 GENERAL DISCHARGES and RENUNCIATIONS.
Subject_2 SECT. IV.
Whether General Discharges comprehend rights of reversion; back-tacks; actions of improbation.
Date: L Calderwood
25 February 1607
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The Laird of Calderwood pursued the Laird of Ley for improbation of his infeftment of Kincaidzewlaw. —He excepted, That by decreet-arbitral given betwixt them be the Lord Provost, Calderwood was decerned to ratify, and so could not improve. —It was answered, That the exception of ratification should not stay the production, whereby it might be known if the infeftment used was conform to the ratification; in respect whereof, the Lords repelled the exception against the production.
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