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Crown Private Estate Act 1800

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2 Such copyhold or leasehold manors, etc. so purchased, etc. shall be vested in the Earl of Cardigan in trust, and such as shall be purchased, etc. shall be vested in such trustees as his Majesty shall appoint. Trustees to be admitted to the lands according to the nature of the estate therein, and shall be deemed the tenants.E+W+S

And all and singular the manors, lands, tenements and hereditaments of copyhold or customary tenure or of leasehold tenure, which have been purchased by his Majesty as aforesaid, or which have come to his Majesty by the gift or devise of or by descent or otherwise from any of his ancestors, or any other persons, not being kings or queens of this realm, whether the same have been surrendered or assigned to his Majesty or to any person or persons in trust for his Majesty, shall be and the same are hereby vested in James Earl of Cardigan, his heirs, executors and administrators, according to the tenure of such manors, lands, tenements, and hereditaments respectively, in trust nevertheless for his Majesty; and all such copyhold or customary and leasehold lands, tenements, and hereditaments respectively, as shall be purchased in manner aforesaid by his Majesty, his heirs or successors, or shall come to his Majesty, his heirs or successors, by the gift or devise of or by descent or otherwise from any of his or their ancestors, or any other persons, not being kings or queens of this realm, shall be vested in some trustee or trustees for his Majesty, his heirs and successors, from time to time to be respectively named or appointed by instrument in writing under the sign manual of his Majesty, his heirs and successors respectively; and the said James Earl of Cardigan and such othertrustee or trustees as aforesaid shall be duly admitted to such copyhold or customary lands, tenements or hereditaments as aforesaid by the lords or ladies of the manor or manors of which the same shall be holden, according to the nature of the estate therein, on payment of such fines and subject to such rents, services and customs as of right shall be due and accustomed in respect thereof; and the said James Earl of Cardigan and such other trustee or trustees as aforesaid shall be deemed, as in respect of the lords or ladies of such manors respectively, and all other persons whatsoever, to be the true and only tenants of such copyhold or customary lands, tenements and hereditaments respectively, so that no lord or lady of any manor nor any other person or persons shall be prejudiced thereby.

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