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No lease granted or to be hereafter granted by any archbishop, bishop, ecclesiastical corporation sole or aggregate, dignitary, canon, prebendary, spiritual person, . . . F1 shall be deemed or taken to be void under the provisions of the said Act by reason only of its not containing such recital or statement as therein mentioned: Provided always, that whenever any archbishop, bishop, ecclesiastical corporation sole or aggregate, dignitary, canon, prebendary, spiritual person, . . . . F1 shall hereafter grant any renewed lease of any manor, messuage, land, tithes, or hereditaments, parcel of the possessions of his or their see, chapter, dignity, canonry, prebend, benefice, or hospital, and such lease shall contain such recital or statement as in the said Act is mentioned, every such recital or statement shall, so far as relates to the validity of the lease so to be granted, be deemed and taken to be conclusive evidence of the truth of the matter so recited.
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