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When the Court of Chancery has made a vesting order of land in pursuance of this part of this Act, all such deeds and evidences of title delivered to the Court as relate exclusively to the land, and which the purchaser is entitled to, shall be delivered to him; and all other deeds and evidences of title delivered to the Court relating to the land or to any part thereof shall be returned to the parties entitled to the custody thereof; but previously to the same respectively being so delivered or returned they shall be stamped or otherwise marked in such manner as to give notice to any person inspecting such deeds or evidences of title of the proceedings taken by the Court in relation to the land or any portion of the land comprised in such deeds.
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