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Tithe Act 1536

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[F1VI Lessees may hold to the End of the Year after the Death of Lessor, paying Rent to the Successor.E+W

And farther that if herafter it happen any suche lessour to decease and die before the ende of the terme by hym so made, and there be oon yere at the leaste to comme of the said terme, that then it shallbe laufull to the lesse therof his executours or assignes to holde and enjoy their said lease to the ende of the same yere wherin he is so entered at the tyme of his said lessours death, if his said lease doo so long contynue; bearyng and paying unto the successour of every suche lessour all suche rente and servyces, as for the remenaunt of the said yere shall uppon every suche lease be dewe, for the recovery wherof the said successour shall and may have all such wayes and advauntages as before is lymytted and geven to the successour, where his predecessour maketh such lease and resigneth.]

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F1S. 6 repealed by Statute Law Revision Act 1863 (c. 125) but reproduced for the purposes of construing the remaining provisions of the Act

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