Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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[12 October, 1652.]
Be it Enacted by this present Parliament, and by the Authority thereof, That the Commissioners named in one Act of Parliament, (Entituled An Act For Transferring the Powers of the Committees for Obstructions) or any Four of them, be hereby Authorized and Required to hear and determine all Claims and Causes (as yet not fully determined) upon Petitions Formerly made to the said Commissioners, or to the late Committee of Parliament For removing of Obstructions in the sale of any Manors, Lands, Tenements, or Hereditaments, by any Act or Ordinance of this present Parliament directed to be sold. Provided always, That the said Petitions were presented in time, according to the re spective times by the several Acts, Ordinances or Orders of Parliament in such Cases limited and appointed. And be it Further Enacted, That all such Reports of particular Cases as by the late Committees of Parliament For Obstructions were ordered to be made to the Parliament, together with the Depositions and Papers concerning the same, be Transferred to the said Commissioners, who are hereby Authorized and Impowered to hear and determine the same as also to hear and determine all such Cases as by the said Commissioners have been Ordered, or as are appointed to to be Reported to the Parliament.