32 Provisions as to vesting of stock and copyhold land.E+W+S+N.I.
(1)Where any property vested in the Welsh Commissioners by this Act consists of stock within the meaning of the M1Trustee Act 1893 the Welsh Commissioners shall for the purpose of enabling such stock to be registered in their names have the right to transfer or call for the transfer of such stock in like manner as if a vesting order had been made for the purpose by the High Court under the Trustee Act 1893.
(2)Where any property vested in the Welsh Commissioners or the Ecclesiastical Commissioners or Queen Anne’s Bounty under this Act consists of copyhold land the Welsh Commissioners, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and Queen Anne’s Bounty shall, as respects such land respectively, have the like powers as if they had been appointed by the court under section thirty-three of the Trustee Act 1893 to convey the land, and section thirty-four of that Act shall apply accordingly.
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