11 Consolidation of superiority and property.S
(1)Where a superior infeft has acquired the property or mid-superiority of land, or where the proprietor of the property or of the mid-superiority infeft therein has acquired the superiority, a minute in or as nearly as may be in the terms of Schedule G to this Act, written on the disposition whereby such property, mid-superiority, or superiority has been acquired, and recorded along with such disposition in the appropriate Register of Sasines, shall be held to consolidate the property, or the mid-superiority as the case may be, with the superiority, all to the same effect as a minute of consolidation executed in terms of section six of the M1Conveyancing (Scotland) Act, 1874, and duly recorded.
(2)Where a superior infeft has acquired the property or mid-superiority of land, and the disposition in his favour contains a clause of resignation ad perpetuam remanentiam, the recording of such disposition in the appropriate Register of Sasines, whether before or after the commencement of this Act, shall be deemed to have had and shall have the effect of consolidating the property, or the mid-superiority as the case may be, with the superiority.
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