12 Accuracy of maps may be certified.E+W+S+N.I.
. . . . . . F1 Every new survey, map, or plan which is used for the purposes of any inclosure under the said Act shall be signed by the said Inclosure Commissioners, after examination of the accuracy thereof under their direction, and sealed with their official seal in testimony of such examination.
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