HL Deb 30 July 1896 vol 43 cc993-4

The site and soil of the road and footpaths or portions thereof by this Act authorised to be diverted, stopped up and discontinued, and the fee simple and inheritance thereof shall (except where by this Act otherwise provided), if the Company are, or if and when under the powers of this Act or of any other Act relating to the Company already passed they become the owners of the lands on both sides thereof be from the time of the stopping up thereof, respectively.

wholly and absolutely vested in the Company for the purposes of their undertaking, subject to the provisions of the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, with respect to mines lying under or near to the railway.

The Earl of DENBIGH

rose to move after Clause 26, to insert the following clause:—