High Court of Appeals for Prizes: Interlocutories

HCA 46
High Court of Appeals for Prizes: Interlocutories

This series consists of original interlocutories which were originally loose papers that were later bound into volumes. They all relate to appeals in prize cases (ships captured from an enemy in time of war).

An interlocutory decree is pronounced during the course of an action; unlike a definitive sentence or final decree, it is not finally decisive of a case or suit, and can relate to a provisional decision in a case.

Related Material:
Other interlocutories in prize cases are in:
Interlocutory decree books are in HCA 21
HCA 22
HCA 34
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
High Court of Appeals for Prizes, 1533-1833
Physical description:
11 volume(s)

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