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Adelphi Estate Act 1991

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(1)In this section the expression“the signed plan” means the plan signed in triplicate by Miss Betty Boothroyd the chairman of the committee of the House of Commons to whom the Bill for this Act was referred, one copy of which has been deposited at each of the following offices:—

(a)the office of the Clerk of the Parliaments, House of Lords;

(b)the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons; and

(c)the registered office of the Company.

(2)The Act of 1771, the [1933 c. lxxxviii.] Adelphi Estate Act 1933 and the [1938 c. xi.] Adelphi Estate Act 1938 are hereby repealed so far as the same relate to the land edged red on the signed plan.

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