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Any money which under the Defence Act 1842, is required or authorized to be paid into the hands or in the name of the Remembrancer or other proper officer of Her Majesty’s Court of Exchequer at Westminster . . . F1 shall . . . F1[F2be paid into the Supreme Court; and upon the filing there of a certificate of the Accountant General of the Supreme Court of the payment] of any such money, the hereditaments in respect whereof the same is paid shall become vested in the like persons and in the like manner and for the like purposes as if such money had been paid in manner provided by the M1Defence Act 1842, . . . F1 and this Act had not been passed; and the Court of Chancery shall have the like powers in relation to such money as by the said Acts are given to the Barons of the Court of Exchequer; and the provisions of the said Acts in relation to such money shall be read and construed as referring to the Court of Chancery and the said Accountant General or the place of the Court of Exchequer and the said Remembrancer.
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