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|1. The Inheritance Act, 1833, as amended by section nineteen of the Law of Property Amendment Act, 1859.||1. Remains in force for the purpose (so far as applicable) of ascertaining the devolution of entailed interests as equitable interests, and of ascertaining the persons who are to take equitable interests as heirs by purchase, but in other respects ceases to apply (save in the case of a lunatic or defective provided for by the principal Act) on intestacies.|
|2. The Lands Clauses Acts and other statutes giving powers to make title in case of persons under disability.||2. Take effect as if the references to the disabilities which have been removed had been omitted.|
|3. The Wills Act, 1837.||3. Takes effect to enable equitable interests to be disposed of subject and without prejudice to the estate and powers of a personal representative.|
|4. The Fines and Recoveries Act, 1833, as amended.||4. Remains in force in regard to dealings with entailed interests as equitable interests.|
|5. . . . F1 statutes prescribing the mode of effecting mortgages of land.||5. Take effect as if the modes prescribed were by charge by way of legal mortgage or by demise or sub-demise, but without prejudice to any statutory power to effect mortgages by deposit of documents.|
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|7. All statutory provisions requiring a remainder-man or reversioner to concur in a conveyance by a tenant for life or statutory owner of settled land.||7. Are inoperative as respects the transfer or creation of a legal estate; a consent in writing by the remainder-man or reversioner shall be a sufficient compliance with the statutory provision.|
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