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Within three weeks after any deed of agreement has been completed, or after any final award has been pronounced and issued, under the provisions of this Act, the same shall be transmitted to the sheriff clerk, and shall be recorded in the sheriff court books of the county; and all expenses incurred by the sheriff clerk in the execution of this Act, including reasonable remuneration for his trouble (to be fixed by the sheriff in case of difference), shall be paid by the persons resident in the parish who are liable in payment of fish teinds.
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