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In the matter of the Inclosure.
We, , the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales, by virtue of the M1Inclosure Act 1845 and in consideration of the sum of paid into our hands by , being the purchase money of the hereditaments herein-after described, do by these presents convey unto , his heirs and assigns, all that [here describe the premises], with the appurtenances to hold the same unto the said , his heirs and assigns [here state the uses, trusts, or purposes of the conveyance, as the case may require]. In witness whereof we have hereunto affixed, our seal, this day of
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Form of Summons.
To of of , field reeve of to wit. I, esquire, one of her Majesty’s justices of the peace in and for the said county of, do hereby summon you personally to be and appear before such two of her Majesty’s justices of the peace as shall be present at, in the said county, on the, day of next, at the hour of in the noon of the same day, to answer the complaint of A.B. that [he is refused reasonable compensation for dimunution of his right of pasture in the regulated pasture in], or [that the said A.B. is charged with an excessive payment for increase of his right of pasture in the regulated pasture of ], otherwise the complaint will be proceeded with as if you had appeared. Given under my hand and seal, this day of in the year .
Form of Order.
The order ofand , to wit. esquires, two of her Majesty’s justices of the peace in and for the said county, made at, in the said county of, the day of in the year .
Whereas complaint hath been made to us by A.B. for that he [state the complaint as in the summons]; we do declare that [the yearly sum of is a reasonable compensation for the diminution of the right of pasture of the said A.B.], or [the yearly sum of is a reasonable payment for increase of the right of pasture of the said A.B.], and do order that such yearly sum be paid, according to the directions of the statute in that behalf. Given under our hands and seals, this day of in the year .
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