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40.—(1) The rights of the Lord of the Manor under section 79 of the Watchet Harbour Act 1860 to pass and repass upon and over the bed of the harbour and the land vested in the Council below the level of high water and any other seignorial or manorial rights of the Lord of Manor over the harbour, subject as mentioned below, shall only be exercisable so far as the works which may be executed by the Council under the powers of this Order may permit and so as not to interfere with the operation of the harbour.
(2) The rights referred to in paragraph (1) above shall be exercisable over the slipway provided for by Work No. 5 and over no other slipway.
(3) In this article “Lord of the Manor” means the Lord of the Manor of Watchet, the devisees in trust of and all other persons claiming under the will of George late Earl of Egremont and their employees, servants or agents as mentioned in section 79 of the Watchet Harbour Act 1860.
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