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may be at liberty to proceed for the recovery of such property; whereupon such proceedings shall be staid accordingly until His Excellency the Governor General shall, through the Provincial Secretary, declare it to be Her Majesty's pleasure that the Heirs, Devisees or Assigns of the said Aaron Stevens be permitted to proceed for the recovery of such property; whereupon every such Court shall order such proceedings to be continued as if the Order to stay the same had not been made : Provided always, never- Proviso: Governor
General may attach theless, firstly, that it shall and may be lawful for the Governor General, in the Instru- certain conditio ment granting permission to the Heirs, Devisees or Assigns of the said Aaron Stevens such permission. to proceed for the recovery of such property, to impose any and such Conditions upon the Heirs, Devisees or Assigas of the said Aaron Stevens, as in his discretion he may think fit; and the Court in which such proceedings shall be pending, shall enforce the performance of such Condition, before allowing such proceedings to be continued : And Proviso: this coction provided also, secondly, that nothing in this Section contained shall extend or be not to apply to promote construed to extend to any proceedings that the Heirs, Devisees or Assigns of the said in possession. Aaron Stevens shall or may be driven to adopt after having once obtained, by due process of Law or otherwise, the quiet and peaceable possession of any of such Lands or Tenements.
III. And be it enacted, That this Act and the reversal of the Attainder of the said Act, &c. to be Aaron Stevens, herein referred to, shall be construed and taken in the most large and strued beneficially. beneficial sense and manner in favour of the Heirs, Devisees and Assigns of the said Aaron Stevens.
FOURTH SESSION, THIRD PARLIAMENT.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
I. An Act to repeal the several Acts of the Parliaments of Lower and Upper Canada now in
force for the trial of controverted Parliamentary Elections in the two sections of the
VI. An Act to abolish the Right of Primogeniture in the succession to Real Estate held in fee
simple or for the life of another, in Upper Canada, and to provide for the division thereof
- - 1801
Act to simplify the transfer of real property in Upper Canada, and to render certain rights
- - - 1805
XXIII. An Act to amend an Act to encourage the establishment of Building Societies in Lower
- - - - - - Ibid.
XXVIII. An Act to transfer the place of holding the meetings of the Municipal Council of the
Municipality of Drummond, Number Two, from “French Village" in the Township of
Kingsey, to the Village of Stanfold in the said Municipality, - - - - - Ibid.
- - - Ibid.
XXXI. An Act to indemnify the Municipal Councillors of the County of Peterborough and
others, for passing a certain By-law of the Municipal Council of the said County, which was
XXXIX. An Act to vest a certain allowance for Road, in the Township of York, in certain .
- - - Ibid.