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An Act . . .F1 for securing uniformity in the law relating to the residence of spiritual persons upon their benefices, and to the penalties and forfeitures consequent on non-residence.
[11th August 1869]
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No proceeding shall be taken against any spiritual person for enforcing the residence of such spiritual person upon his benefice, or by reason of his non-residence on his benefice, except under the powers and provisions contained in the M1Pluralities Act 1838 F3. . . or of any Act for the time being in force for amending the same, and no penalty or forfeiture shall be incurred in consequence of the non-residence of any spiritual person upon his benefice, save and except such penalties for non-residence as are provided by the Pluralities Act 1838 F3. . . or as shall be provided by any Act for the time being in force for amending the same.