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And for the purpose of removing all doubts respecting the meaning of the terms “real estate,” “lands,” and “lands, tenements, and hereditaments,” be it declared and enacted, that the said terms, wherever they occur, either in the recital, or in the enactments of either of the said recited Acts, or in any scheme, or any order of Her Majesty in council, prepared and issued under the authority of those Acts, or either of them, shall respectively be construed to include and comprehend lands, tithes, tenements, and other hereditaments, except any right of ecclesiastical patronage; and that the said first-mentioned terms, and also the term “lands, tithes, tenements, or other hereditaments,” in any part of either of the said recited Acts or in this Act or in any such scheme or order in council contained, shall be construed to apply and extend to lands, tithes, tenements, and other hereditaments, as well in reversion as in possession, and to any leasehold interest therein; and that the term “tithes” in either of the said Acts or in this Act contained shall extend to and comprehend rent-charges allotted or assigned in lieu of tithes; and the ecclesiastical commissioners shall, in respect of all lands, tithes, tenements, or other hereditaments, endowments, or emoluments, already vested or liable to be vested in them by or under the provisions of either of the said Acts or of this Act, be deemed to be the owners or joint owners thereof respectively, as the case may be, for all the purposes of the Tithe M1Act 1836 and of the several Acts to explain and amend the same.
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