Chelsea and Kilmainham Hospitals Act 1826

35 Actions, &c. on behalf of Chelsea Hospital to be brought in the name of the treasurer.E+W+S+N.I.

All actions or suits to be brought, commenced, or prosecuted by or on behalf of the commissioners of the said hospital at Chelsea, may be brought, commenced, and prosecuted in the name of the treasurer, or deouty treasurer, or secretary of the said hospital for the time being; and upon the trial or hearing of any such action or suit, it shall not be necessaru to produce any commission, charter, or authority appointing, confirming, or constituting the commissioners of the said hospital at Chelsea, nor any warrant, instrument, or authority appointing the treasurer or deputy treasurer, or secretary, to their respective offices, nor any power, grant, letters patent, or authority under or by virtue of which the commissioners for the said hospital at Chelsea, or treasurer or deputy treasurer, or secretary, shall respectively act in the execution of their said offices, but the general acting of the said commissioners, treasurer or deputy treasurer, or secretary, in their said respective offices of commissioners, treasurer or deputy treasurer, or secretary, shall be deemed sufficient proof of the due appointment of them respectively to their said respective offices; . . . F1

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