Forms of the several deeds and instruments for effectuating the augmentation of livings under the powers given to ecclesiastical corporations, and to colleges and hospitals, by an act of parliament 1 & 2 W. iv. c. 45, which act is set forth

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Page 53 - C. interest thereon at the same rate by equal half-yearly payments on the day of and the day of AND THIS INDENTURE ALSO WITNESSETH that for the same consideration A. as beneficial owner hereby conveys to B.
Page 26 - Commissioners of the Great Seal for the Time being; and if such Benefice shall be within the Patronage of the Crown in right of the Duchy of Laneaster such Instrument shall be executed by the Chancellor of the said Duchy for the Time being...
Page 55 - Fourth, or of any former act concerning bankrupts, or of an act passed in the first and second years of the reign of his Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled an act to establish a court of bankruptcy...
Page 14 - ... renewed ; be it therefore further enacted, That in any Case in which an Augmentation shall have been granted to take effect in Possession after the Expiration, Surrender, or other Determination of any Lease in the Manner authorized by the Clause last herein-before contained, and a Renewal of such Lease shall take place before the Expiration thereof, it shall be lawful in and by the renewed Lease to defer the Time from which such Augmentation is to take effect in Possession as aforesaid until...
Page 28 - Tenements, or other Hereditaments, it shall be lawful for the Archbishop or Bishop of the Diocese within which the Benefice to be augmented shall be situate, or where the same shall be situate within a Peculiar Jurisdiction belonging to any Archbishop or Bishop, then for the Archbishop or Bishop to whom such Peculiar Jurisdiction shall belong, to cause such clear yearly Value to be determined and ascertained by any Two Persons whom he shall appoint for that Purpose, by Writing under his Hand, (which...
Page 27 - Duchy for the time being ; and the execution of such instrument by and any such notice given to such person or persons shall be deemed and taken for the purposes of this Act to be an execution by and a sufficient notice to the patron of the benefice.
Page 5 - Provisions of an Act passed in the Twentyninth Year of the Reign of his Majesty King CHARLES the Second, intituled, ' An Act for confirming and perpetuating Augmentations made by Ecclesiastical Persons to small Vicarages and Curacies...
Page 12 - ... Incumbent, and his Successors, with the Augmentation which shall have been so granted to him as aforesaid ; and from and after such Time as Notice of the said Grant shall be given to the Person or Persons entitled in Possession under the said Lease, and thenceforth during the Continuance of the same, such Incumbent, and his Successors, shall have all the same Powers for enforcing Payment of such Augmentation as the Person or Persons or Body Politic by whom the Augmentation shall have been granted...
Page 18 - That where any rectory impropriate, tithes, or portion of tithes, lands, tenements, or other hereditaments, which shall be annexed to any church or chapel under either of the powers hereinbefore in that behalf contained, or any part thereof, shall have been anciently or accustomably demised with other hereditaments in one lease, under one rent, or divers rents issuing out of the whole, and after such annexation such...
Page 5 - An act how lands, tenements, etc., may be disposed by will or otherwise and concerning wards and primer seisins; and also so much of an act passed in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of King Charles the Second, intituled An act for prevention of frauds and perjuries...

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