Decisions Under the Irish Church ACT, 1869, 32 & 33 Victoria, Cap. 42, and Details of the Annuities Ordered and Declared by the Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Ireland, with an Index

Decisions Under the Irish Church ACT, 1869, 32 & 33 Victoria, Cap. 42, and Details of the Annuities Ordered and Declared by the Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Ireland, with an Index

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...in case he is discharging other duties than those of his original curacy, he shall furnish to the Commissioners a certificate, signed by the Incumbent from whom such deduction is made, that such change in his duties was made with his consent. O 5. Each annuitant claiming to be entitled under the 16th section of the said Act, to the first and each succeeding half-yearly gale of his annuity, shall furnish to the Commissioners, if required by them, a certificate signed on behalf of the Representative Church Body, to the effect following: --In the case of a Diocesan Schoolmaster: That he continues to perform the duties of his oflice personally or by suflicient deputy, in the same school, in respect of which the annuity was granted. In the case of Clerks, Sextons, and other oflicers of the Church: (cu) That he continues to perform the duties of his oflice personally, or by suflicient deputy, in the same Cathedral, Church, or Chapel, in respect of which his annuity was granted; or, (6) That he is discharging other duties of the same kind as his original duties, which have been assigned to him by the Representative Church Body. 6. The Representative Church Body shall be bound to give such certificate to each annuitant applying for the same, or to give a statement in Writing, signed on their behalf, specifying their reasons for withholding it. DECISION AT DUBLIN QUARTER SESSIONS. RIGHT or INCUMBENTS TO RECOVER ARREARS or TITHE RENTCHARGE AFTER lsr JANUARY, 1871, BY CIVIL BILL PROCESS AT QUARTER SESSIONS. (Heard by the Hon. C. J. TRENCH, Q.C., Chairman of Dublin County Quarter Sessions, at Kilmainham Court-house, the 24th June, 1871) TOMLINSON v. BARNWELL. The plaintiff in this case, the Rev. Thomas Tomlinson, of Montpelierhill, Vicar of St. J..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236970373
  • 9781236970374