City Tattersall’s Club Act of 1912 (Private Act)
Current version for 8 January 2010 to date (accessed 20 December 2014 at 16:10)
Section 8

8   Real and personal property of the club to be vested in the chairman

All lands, tenements, and hereditaments, and all personal chattels and effects which are now held by the club or by any person in trust for or on behalf of the club or the members thereof, shall immediately upon the passing of this Act become and be vested in and be held by the chairman and his successors in such office in trust for the club, and in the like manner as if such chairman and his respective successors in such office were in law a corporation sole, and as if the personalty were real estate and all lands, tenements, and hereditaments real and personal, and all personal chattels and effects which may hereafter be contracted for or be acquired by or belong to the club or the members thereof collectively may be conveyed, assigned, and assured to, and shall therefrom become vested in the chairman and his successors in such office in trust for the club, and in like manner as if such chairman and his successors in such office were in law a corporation sole, and as if the personalty were real estate.
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