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30 Power for lord of manor, &c. to appoint agent.E+W+S+N.I.

Any lord of a manor, commoner, or other person having any estate, interest, or right in, over, or affecting a common may, by a power of attorney in writing under his hand (which shall be exempt from stamp duty), appoint an agent to act for him for the purposes of any memorial or scheme under this Act.

All things by this Act directed or authorized to be done by or with relation to any lord of a manor, commoner, or other person as aforesaid may be lawfully done by or with relation to his agent so appointed.

Every such agent may, in the name and on behalf of his principal, sign, concur in, and execute any memorial or act, or signify consent or dissent on any matter arising out of the execution of this Act.

Every person shall be bound by the acts of any such agent according to the authority committed to him as fully as if the principal had himself acted.

Every such power of attorney, or a copy thereof examined and authenticated as a true copy by the signature of a witness or witnesses, shall be deposited with the Commissioners.

Any such power of attorney may be in the form given in the second schedule to this Act or to the like effect.

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