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It shall not be necessary for any heir of entail in possession intending to effect any excambion under or by virtue of the said recited Act to adopt any of the procedure thereby required, but it shall be competent to such heir of entail to present an application to the court by way of summary petition in the form and manner provided by this Act, and the court shall entertain, proceed with, and dispose of the same in every respect as if the powers to effect excambions conferred by the said recited Act had been contained in and conferred by this Act; and further, it shall not be necessary to record any contract of excambion which shall be executed at the sight and with the approbation of the court, as required by the said recited Act, in any other register than the register of tailzies.
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