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6(1)The following provisions (being covenants performed, interests determined, conditions satisfied and matters connected with the Settlor’s death) shall be omitted—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)clause 2 and the heading immediately preceding it (Settlor’s covenant to deliver Contents to the Bank);
(b)clause 3 and the heading immediately preceding it (Settlor’s covenant to transfer investments to the Bank);
(c)clause 4(i) (Settlor’s life interest, determined by his death on 15th August 1967);
(d)clause 18 (power of Settlor to make gifts or bequests of certain chattels comprised in the Contents);
(e)clause 20 (income of trust fund to be paid to Settlor during his life).
(2)In consequence of the omission of clause 4(i) the words “after the death of the Settlor” shall be substituted for the words from “after the determination” to “Clause 4(i) hereof”—
(a)in both places where such words occur in clause 5 (trusts in favour of the Canadian High Commissioner);
(b)in clause 9 (persons who may exercise the powers conferred by section 29 of the Settled Land Act 1925); and
(c)in clause 10 (person in whom land to be vested).
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