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Assessionable Manors Award Act 1848

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VI Provisions in 7 & 8 Vict. c. 65. as to Enrolments, and examined and certified Copies thereof, being Evidence of original Instruments, to apply to other instruments duly enrolled.E+W+S+N.I.

And whereas by the M1Duchy of Cornwall Act 1844, it is declared and provided, that Enrolments or examined Copies of Enrolments of Deeds, Certificates, Receipts, or other Instruments, appearing or purporting to have been made, given, or executed under the Authority of that Act, or of any Act theretofore passed relating to the Lands or Possessions of the said Duchy, shall be admissible in Evidence for the Purposes therein specified; and it is expedient that such Provision should be amended, and made to extend and apply to other Instruments duly enrolled among the Records of the Duchy, and that the Proof thereof should be further facilitated: Where any Deed, Certificate, Receipt, or other Instrument relating to the Lands or Possessions of the said Duchy shall have been duly enrolled in the Office of the said Duchy, the Enrolment in the Books of the said Office, or an examined Copy of such Enrolment, or a Certificate purporting to set forth a true Copy of the whole or of Part thereof, and purporting to be signed and certified by the Keeper of the Records of the Duchy for the Time being, shall, in the Absence of Evidence to the contrary, and without producing the Original, or calling any attesting Witness, and (in the Case of a certified Copy) without Proof, other than the Production of such Certificate, that such certified Copy is in fact a true Copy, be admitted by and before all Courts and Justices and in all legal Proceedings to be Proof of such original Instrument or Enrolment thereof, or of so much thereof as the said certified Copy purports to set forth, and that the Original was duly made, granted, given, or executed by the Parties thereto.

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