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Inclosure Act 1846

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VAnd Allotments to Lord of Manor for Right of Soil, &c.

And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the Commissioners, by their Provisional Order in the Matter of any Inclosure, to make it a Condition that there shall be awarded to the Lord of the Manor, instead of the whole or any Part of the Share or Proportion of the Residue of the Land to which it shall be thereby declared he would have been otherwise entitled in respect of his Right and Interest as Lord in the Soil, and also, if they shall think fit, in lieu of any other Allotment or Allotments to which he may be found entitled in respect of any other Rights or Interests in the Land proposed to be inclosed, such perpetual Rent-charge or Rent-charges of such aggregate Amount as shall in the Judgment of the Valuer be equal to such Share or Proportion of the Residue and such other Allotment or Allotments as aforesaid, as the Case may be, and such Rent-charge or Rent-charges shall be awarded accordingly, and shall be recoverable by the same Means "as are by the Act of the Seventh Year of King William the Fourth, for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales, or any Act amending the same, given for recovering Rent-charges charged under the last-mentioned Act; and the aggregate Amount of Rent-charge to which the Lord shall be found entitled under this Provision shall be charged by the Valuer, as he shall deem convenient, as separate Rent-charges or as One Rent-charge, on the Allotments or Allotment to be allotted and awarded to any Persons or Person who shall consent thereto; and the Valuer shall award to the Person whose Allotment shall be made liable to any such Rent-charge, and as a Portion of his Allotment so charged, such Addition in Land as the Valuer shall deem equivalent to such Rent-charge; but in case such aggregate Amount of Rent-charge shall not be so charged, with Consent as aforesaid, the Valuer shall charge separate Rent-charges making together the aggregate Amount of Rent-charge on all the Allotments except the Allotments for public Purposes, in proportion to the Value, in the Judgment of the Valuer, of the respective Allotments.

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