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Report No. 151

33. Bail may be taken in the Court of Admiralty for the Court of appeal and c.-

In any cause in the High Court of Admiralty bail may be taken to answer the judgment as well of the said court as of the Court of Appeal, and the said High Court of Admiralty may withhold the release of any property under its arrest until such bail has been given; and in any appeal from any decree or order of the High Court of Admiralty the Court of Appeal may make and enforce its order against the surety or sureties who may have signed any such bail bond in the same manner as if the bail had' been given in the Court of Appeal.

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