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Duchy of Cornwall (No. 2) Act 1844

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LIX When the Person in possession, &c. is under Disability or unknown, Compensation to be paid into the Court of the Vice Warden of the Stannaries.E+W+S+N.I.

Provided always nevertheless, when the Person for the Time being in possession or in the receipt of the Rents and Profits of the Lands and Tenements or Water to which Damage shall be done as aforesaid shall be a married Woman, or an Infant, or a [F1person of unsound mind] or Idiot, or shall be under any other Disability, or shall be unknown or uncertain, or where Notice shall be given in Writing by or on behalf of any Person claiming any Estate or Interest in such Lands or Tenements or Water to the Person liable to pay any Money for Compensation for Damages done to such Lands or Tenements or Water, requiring that such Money be not paid to the Person in possession or in the receipt of the Rents and Profits of the same Lands or Tenements or Water, then and in any of such Cases, or in any other Case in which the same shall seem expedient, it shall be lawful for the Person liable to pay such Compensation to pay the same into the Hands of the Registrar of the Court of the Vice Warden of the Stannaries, for the Benefit of the Persons interested therein, according to their several Estates and Interests, as the said Vice Warden shall direct; and the Receipt of the said Registrar shall be a sufficient Discharge for the Compensation aforesaid, and shall exonerate the Person paying the same from being bound to see to the Application thereof; and the Rights, Estates, and Interests of all or any the Persons interested in such Compensation shall be determined by the said Vice Warden upon the Application of such Persons, or any of them, by Petition or otherwise.

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F1Words substituted by virtue of Mental Treatment Act 1930 (c. 23), s. 20(5)

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