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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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368 Assembly Proceedings, August 19-September 6, 1/31.

Session
Laws


five acres by Conveyance from Master Edward Warner of London
Since which time James Husbands of Cecill County Eldest son to the
Said William Husbands deceased by Deed Duly Executed and
Recorded hath Purchased the Right of his Brother Thomas Hus-
bands in the said Lands but the said James Husbands apprehending
his Right in the Same to be Precarious by Reasen of the Defects in
the Deed from the said Warner to his Deceased Father William Hus-
bands Also by reason of the Defective Acknowledgment aforesaid
and for want of its appearing that the Power of Attorney to the
before mencond James Harris and James Heath and the Deed before
mencond were not duly Proved as the Laws of this Province Directed
Altho the Said Deed from the said Edward Warner to the Aforesaid
William Husbands is Recorded amongst the Records of Cecill
County Court with an Acknowledgment by the aforesaid James
Harris Esqr By Reason of which said Defects the Title of the said
James Husbands in the said Lands may be precarious for Prevention
whereof it is Prayed that it may be Enacted. And be it Enacted by
the Right Honourable the Lord Propry by and with the advice and
Consent of his Lordships Governours and the Upper and Lower
Houses of Assembly and the Authority of the Same that the said
Deed from Edward Warner to the Said William Husbands De-
ceased shall be as good Effectuall and Available in Law to Barr the
heir or heirs of the said Edward Warner Deceased from any Claim
Estate or Demand of in or to the aforesaid Two Tracts of Land and
to Invest the aforesaid James Husbands and Willm Husbands sons
of the said William Husbands Deceased with the Same Estate in the
said Two Tracts of Land as if the same Deed had been Executed
according to the Directions of the Act of Assembly for Quieting
Possessions Enrolling Conveyances and Secureing the Estates of
Purchasers within Six months after the Date thereof any Defect or
Omission in the Execution thereof or any Law usage or Custom to
the Contrary notwithstanding. Saving To his most Sacred Majesty
his heirs and Successors, The Right Honourable the Lord Proprie-
tary his heirs and Successors and all Bodies Politick and Corporate
and all Others not mentioned in this Act their Severall and Respec-
tive Rights.



 
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