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Chelsea and Kilmainham Hospitals Act 1826

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50 Court may order expences of purchases to be paid by the commissioners.U.K.

Provided also, that where, by reason of any disability or incapacity of the person or persons, or corporation, entitled to any lands, tenements, or hereditaments purchased or to be purchased under the authority of this Act, the purchase money for the same shall be required to be paid into the [F1into the [F2Senior Courts ]], and to be applied in the purchase of other lands, tenements, or hereditaments, to be settled to the like uses in pursuance of this Act, it shall be lawful for [F3the said courts] to order the expences of all purchases so agreed for or purchased, or hereafter from time to time to be made in pursuance of this Act, or so much of such expences as [F3the said courts] shall deem reasonable, to be paid by the said lords and others, commissioners of the said hospital at Chelsea, who shall from time to time pay such sums of money for such purposes as [F3the said courts] shall direct :

Provided always, that no such order shall be made if it can be shewn by the said lords and others, commissioners of the said hospital at Chelsea, or it shall appear upon the face of the agreement for any purchase aforesaid, that the consideration money for the same was intended to cover and include all contingent and other expences relating to the said purchase.

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