Galeage rents1 and royalties are usually due to the Crown in respect of each gale2, and are payable by the person in possession or receipt of the proceeds of the gale, whether as owner, lessee or otherwise3. Every grant of a gale must specify the dead rents and royalties4, and in case of dispute the amount is determined by arbitration5. The rents and royalties of any gale may be revised every 21 years (or, in the case of certain gales
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