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And be it further enacted, That all Ground which has been or shall be consecrated as Burial Ground shall after Twenty Years from the Time of such Consecration, be considered as discharged from all adverse Titles, Claims, and Demands whatsoever, and as absolutely veiled in the Trustee or Trustees, if any, thereof; and if there should not be any such Trustee or Trustees, then in the Vicar or Perpetual Curate, if any, for the Time being; and if there mould not be any Vicar or Perpetual Curate, then in the Rector for the Time being of each Parish in which such Burial Ground is or shall be situate.
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