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Searching for bills with subject of 213 - 'Banks, lenders (e.g. pawnbrokers)'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695Relief of creditors against fraudulent devisesFor relief of creditors against fraudulent devises.Not Enacted
1697Reducing rate of interest from 10 to 8 per centFor reducing the interest of money from 10 to 8 per centum.Not Enacted
1698Reducing rate of interestTo reduce the interest of money.Not Enacted
1703Reducing rate of interest to 8 per centFor reducing the interest of money to 8 per cent for the future.2 Anne c.16
1721Reducing rate of interest to 7 per centFor reducing the interest of money to 7 per cent.8 George I c.13
1725Reducing rate of interestTo reduce the interest of money.Not Enacted
1731Reducing rate of interest to 6 per centFor reducing the interest of money to 6 per cent.5 George II c.7
1757Relief of creditors of Burton's, Falkiner's and Harrison's banksFor the more effectual carrying into execution an act, entitled, an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Samuel Burton, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison.31 George II c.12
1759Relief of creditors of bank kept by Anthony Malone, Nathaniel Clements and John GoreFor the speedy and effectual payment of the creditors of the bank kept by the Right Honourable Anthony Malone, the Right Honourable Nathaniel Clements, and John Gore, esquire.33 George II c.4
1759Bankers' creditorsFor the better security of the creditors of bankers.Not Enacted
1765Reducing rate of interest to 5 per centFor reducing the interest of money to 5 per cent.Not Enacted
1779Pawnbrokers and rate of interestFor the purpose of regulating the trade of pawnbrokers, and to enable them to take a higher interest for sums under 20 than 6 per cent.Not Enacted
1783Reducing rate of interest to 6 per centTo remove doubts and scruples with respect to the construction of an act passed in this kingdom in the 5th year of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for reducing the interest of money to six per cent.23 & 24 George III c.55
1785Pawnbrokers and rate of interestTo establish the business of a pawnbroker, and to authorize such persons as shall be duly qualified to carry on the same to lend money on pawns or pledges, and to receive interest at a higher rate than heretofore was recoverable by law.Not Enacted
1786Pawnbrokers and rate of interestTo establish the business of a pawnbroker, and to authorize such persons as shall be duly qualified to carry on the same to lend money on pawns or pledges, and to receive interest at a higher rate than heretofore was receivable by law.26 George III c.43
1788Enforcing payment of interest on private loansTo enforce the payment of interest on private loans.Not Enacted
1788Reducing rate of interest to 5 per centFor reducing the interest of money to five per cent.Not Enacted
1788Enforcing payment of interest on private loansTo enforce the payment of interest on private loans, and for the relief of widows, younger children, annuitants and others.Not Enacted
1788Pawnbrokers and rate of interestTo explain, amend and render more effectual an act passed in the 26th year of the reign of his majesty King GeorgeIII entitled an act to establish the business of a pawnbroker, and to authorize such persons as shall be duly qualified to carry on the same to lend money on pawns or pledges, and to receive interest at a higher rate than heretofore was recoverable by law.28 George III c.49
1794Pawnbrokers and rate of interestTo amend and render more effectual an act passed in the 26th, and an amendment of said act passed in the 28th years of the reign of his majesty King GeorgeIII entitled an act to establish the business of a pawnbroker, and to authorize such persons as shall be duly qualified to carry on the same to lend money on pawns or pledges, and to receive interest at a higher rate than heretofore was recoverable by law.Not Enacted
1796BBankers' notesFor the relief of bankers who have or shall stop payment, or who have or shall conform to the directions of the act of parliament, of the 33 of George II, called the Bankers' Act.Not Enacted
1800Bankers' notesFor the relief of bankers, who have or shall stop payment, and who have or shall conform to the directions of the act of parliament of the 33rd year of GeorgeII, called the Bankers' Act.40 George III c.22