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Tithe Act 1536

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[F1II Penalty on the Ordinary receiving Profits of any Benefice during Vacation, and not paying them to the next Incumbent; Treble Value, &c.E+W

And that if any Archebisshoppe Bisshoppe Archedeacon Ordynarye or any other person or persones to their uses and behoofe, . . . F2 at any tyme herafter doo perceyve receyve or take, the fruyties tithes obvencions oblacions emolumentes commodities revenewes rentes advauntages profites or casualties commyng growyng or belongyng, or which herafter shall come growe affere or belong, to any Archedeconry Denry Prebende personage Vicarage Hospitall Wardeynshippe Provostshippe or other spirituall promocion Benefice Dignitie or Office, . . . F2 within this Realme or other the Kynges Domynions, duryng the vacacion of such Archedeaconry Deanery Prebende personage Vicarage Hospitall Wardeynshippe Provostshippe or other spirituall promocion benefice dignytie or office, . . . F2 and the same, upon reasonable request from hensforth to be made, doth not rendre restore satisfye contente and pay to the next Incumbent, being laufully instituted inducted or admytted to suche Archedeaconry Denry Prebende personage or Vycarage or other promocion dignytie benefice or office spirituall, . . . F2 or do lett or interrupte the said Incumbent to have the same, that then every Archebisshoppe Bisshoppe Archedecon Ordynary or other person so doyng shall forfayte and lose the treble value of so moche as he shall then have receyved, of the fruties of every bend personage Vicarage Hospitall Wardeynshippe Provoshippe or other spirituall promocion, wherof he so shall receyve perceyve or detayne, lett or interrupte the Incumbent to perceyve receyve and have, the fruytes tithes obvencions oblacions emoluments commodities revenues rentes advauntages profities or casualties; the moytie of which forfayture shall be to the Kyng our Soveraign Lorde, and the other moytie therof to the Incumbent of the same prebende personage or Vycarage or other spirituall promocion, to be recovered in any of the Kynges Courtes by action bill playnte infourmacion or other wise, . . . F3]

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F1Ss. 1-3 repealed (so far as they apply to archdeaconries and benefices) by Endowments and Glebe Measure 1976 (No. 4, SIF 21:8), ss. 47(4), 48, Sch. 8 (the repealing Measure extending to the Provinces of Canterbury and York)

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