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Duchy of Lancaster Act 1779

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XII Grants to be made at the Expence of the Grantees, Officers Fees. E+W+S

The Grants and Assurances to be made under the Seal aforesaid by virtue of this Act, shall be sued forth and inrolled in Manner herein-before directed, at the Expence of the respective Grantees therein to be named; and that the several Fees hereafter mentioned, and no more, shall be charged for the same by the Officers of the said Duchy; (that is to say,)

For Grants of Rents.For the Grant of a single Rent.For every additional Rent in the same Grant.
l. s. d.l. s. d.
To the Register, for drawing and entering the Order for every Contract0 5 00 1 0
To the Auditor, for the Particular and Certificate for the Grant0 5 00 3 0
To the Clerk of the Council, for drawing, ingrossing, and inrolling the Grant0 10 00 5 0
For Parchment 1s. (or its real Cost, if exceeding 1s. besides the Stamp-duty, if any required)0 1 00 0 0
T. the Sealer, for the Seal and Wax0 4 00 1 0
Total of Fees for a Grant of a single Rent1 5 0
And for every additional Rent contained in the same Grant0 10 0
For Assurances for the Enfranchisement of Copyhold or Customary Tenements.The whole Charge, when the Descriptions of the Parcels do not exceed sixty Words.The further Charge for every thirty Words in Excess, where the Descriptions of the Parcels necessarily exceed sixty Words.
l. s. d.l. s. d.
To the Register, for drawing and entering the Order for every Contract0 5 00 1 0
To the Auditor, for the Particular and Certificate0 5 00 5 0
To the Clerk of the Council, for drawing, ingrossing, and inrolling the Assurance0 10 00 1 0
For Parchment 1s. (or its real Cost, if exceeding 1s. besides the Stamp-duty, if any required)0 1 00 0 0
To the Sealer, for the Seal and Wax0 4 00 0 0
Total for every Assurance, where the Descriptions of the Parcels do not exceed sixty Words1 5 0
Total for every thirty Words in Excess, where the Descriptions of the Parcels exceed sixty Words0 3 0
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C1References to amounts in old currency to be read as referring to equivalents of those amounts in new currency: Decimal Currency Act 1969 (c. 19), s. 10(1)

C2S. 12 so far as it relates to assurances for enfranchisement repealed by Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1989 (c. 43), s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. VII

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