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Thirlage Act 1799

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9 On objection of tenants paying one fourth of the rent of lands thirled, a jury shall proportion the commutation.E+W+S

Provided always, that if the proportion by rent shall be objected to by tenants paying one fourth or more of the rent of the lands thirled, the said jury shall then divide, according to the best of their judgement, information and belief, the different parts of the commutation to be paid by the several tenants according to the value of multures, services and prestations legally exigible from the several respective farms occupied or possessed by them; or if the parties are not then prepared, the sheriff or steward depute or his substitute is hereby authorized and required, at the request and desire of the above-mentioned proportion of the tenants, again to convene the aforesaid jury in manner and with notice as above directed, and that on any day within the space of two months from the date of their first award, when the said jury shall meet and make such division.

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