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Where any ecclesiastical corporation sole is in the receipt of an income fixed by Act of Parliament, and the estates of such corporation yield an annual income greater than the income so fixed, it shall be incumbent on the [F1Church Commissioners] to make, out of any tithes, lands, or hereditaments whatsoever from which such annual income arises, or out of the rents and profits thereof, such provision as may seem to them needful for the cure of souls in the parish or place in which such tithes, lands, or hereditaments are situate or arise, in the same manner and to the same extent in and to which such provision might be made if the said tithes, lands, or hereditaments were actually vested in the Commissioners.
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