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So far as regards any person adjudged a bankrupt under any such fiat as aforesaid, the provisions of the clause lastly herein-before contained shall, for the benefit of the creditors of the bankrupt, apply to lands in Ireland to be sold whether freehold or leasehold, or of any other tenure, where the money arising from the sale thereof shall be subject to be invested in the purchase of lands to be settled so that the bankrupt, if the lands where purchased, would have an estate tail therein , and also to money under the control of any court of equity in Ireland or of or to which any individuals as trustees may be possessed or entitled in Ireland, and which shall be subject to be invested in the purchase of lands to be settled so that the bankrupt, if the lands where purchased, would have an estate tail therein, as fully and effectually as if this Act had throughout extended to Ireland: Provided always, that every deed to be executed by any commissioner or protector, in pursuance of this clause, in regard to lands in Ireland to be sold as aforesaid, shall be inrolled in his Majesty’s [High court of Chancery in Ireland] within six calender months after the execution thereof; . . . F1 ; saving always the rights of the King’s most excellent Majesty, to any reversion or remainder in in the crown lands in Ireland to be sold.
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