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The [F1Church Commissioners] shall, for the purpose of enforcing payment of all profits and emoluments to be paid to them, and of obtaining possession of all lands, tithes, or other hereditaments vested in or accruing to them as aforesaid, and of recovering the rents and profits thereof, have and enjoy all rights, powers, and remedies, at law and in equity, which belonged or belong, or would belong or have belonged, to the holder of the deanery, canonry, prebend, dignity, or office, or the rector of the rectory, in respect of which such profits and emoluments, lands, tithes, and other hereditaments and endowments respectively are by or under the provisions of this Act to be paid or to accrue to and be vested in the said commissioners.
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