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Oxford and Cambridge Act 1571

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VI Proviso for Titles of Strangers, Lessees, &c.E+W

Savinge to all and every person and persons and Bodies Politike and Incorporate their Heyres and Successors, and the Heirs and Successors of every of them, other then to the Quenes Majestie her Heires & Successors, all such Rightes Titles Interests Entrees Leases Conditions Charges and Demaundes, which they and every of them had might or should have had, of in or to any the Mannors Lordshippes Rectories Personages Landes Tenementes Rents Services Annuyties Advousons of Churches Pencions Porcions Hereditamentes, and all other Things in the said lettres Patentes or in any of them mencioned or comprysed, by reason of any Right Title Charge Interest or Condicion, to them or any of them or to the Auncestors or Predecessors of them o any of them devolute or growne, before the several Dates of the same lettres Patents, or by reason of any Gyfte Graunte Demyse or other Acte or Actes at any tyme made or don betwene the said Ch uncelor Maisters and Schollers of either of the said Universities of Cambridge and Oxford or any of them & others, by what Name or Names soever the same were made or don, in like manner and fourme as they and every of them had or might have had the same before the making of this Acte; Any Thinge, &c.

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