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In any case in which the consent or concurrence of the patron of any benefice, or of the lord for the time being of any manor, is hereby required, and the patron of such benefice, or the lord for the time being of such manor, as the case may be, shall be a minor, idiot, [F1person of unsound mind], or feme covert, or beyond seas, it shall be lawful for the guardian, committee, husband, or attorney, as the case may be, of such patron or lord, but in case of a feme covert not being a minor, idiot, or [F1person of unsound mind], or beyond the seas, with her consent in writing, to execute the instrument by which such consent or concurrence is to be testified, in testimony of the consent or concurrence of such patron or lord; and such execution shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed and taken to be an execution by the patron of the benefice, or by the lord of the manor, as the case may be.
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