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Where under any feu provision is made as aforesaid for payment of a duplicand or double of the feu-duty, and where the superior, whether prior to or after the commencement of this Act, shall have, in claiming or in settlement of payment of any such duplicand or double, claimed or accepted payment of one year’s feu-duty only over and above the feu-duty for the year, the amount of the casualty payable to the superior shall, for the purposes of the Feudal Casualties (Scotland) Act, 1914, and for all other purposes, be deemed to be the amount of one year’s feu-duty only, and that whether such duplicand or double is or is not expressed to be over and above the feu-duty or otherwise unequivocally declared not to include the feu-duty for the year.
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