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Dilapidations and Frauds by Ecclesiastics;
[I.]. In Cases of fraudulent Conveyances by Bishops, Parsons, &c. to defeat the Successor’s Remedy for Dilapidations, such Successor may have his Action against the Trustee, as if he were Executor, &c.
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