Appeal on Section VI – Exceptions being tendered within seven days

Fire of London Disputes Act 1666

 

Provided always and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That where any such Order or Decree as is aforesaid shall be made by a lesser number of Justices and Barons then Seven, it shall be lawful for any person aggrieved by such Order or Decree to present his Exceptions to the same in writing, within seven days next after such Order or Decree made, to the Chief Justices and Chief Baron for the time being, or any two of them, who shall forthwith communicate the same to the rest of the said Justices and Barons who are hereby required to hear the Parties and examine and consider the said Exceptions, And if any Seven or more of them shall subscribe thereunto that they find probable cause of complaint, Then it shall and may be lawful to and for any Seven or more of the said Justices and Barons, within Twenty days next following such Exceptions delivered, to review the said former Order or Decree, And thereupon to reverse, confirm, enlarge, diminish or otherwise alter any such Order or Decree as in their wisdoms they shall think fit, Any thing herein contained notwithstanding.

Fire of London Disputes Act 1666