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First Fruits shall be due to the King from Time of the Avoidance. Tithes and Profits accruing during the Avoidance shall belong to the next succeeding Incumbent.
V. Leases by Vicars and other Spiritual Persons becoming void by their Resignation; Such Leases declared valid for Six Years, after Resignation or other Avoidance by Acte of Lessor: Successors may distrain, &c. for the Rent, &c.
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