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Any Sale duly carried through in Terms of the Heritable Security and of this Act, or partly in Terms of any Act now in force and partly in Terms of this Act if the Proceedings shall have been begun before the Commencement of this Act, shall be as valid and effectual to the Purchaser, as if made by the Grantor of the Security himself, and that whether the Grantor shall have died before or after such Sale, and without the Necessity of Confirmation by him or his Successors, and notwithstanding that the Party Debtor in the Security and in right of the Lands at the Time shall be in Pupillarity or Minority, or subject to any legal Incapacity: Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall be held to affect or prejudice the Obligation of the Grantor and his Successors to execute, or the Right of the Creditor or Purchaser to require the Grantor and his Successors to execute, any Deed or Deeds which, independently of this Enactment, would at Common Law be necessary for rendering the Sale effectual, or otherwise completing in due Form the Titles of such Purchaser.
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