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In a purchase of residential property, there is an entry on the title from a conveyance dated 23 January 1967 whereby the land is subject to all stipulations, exceptions and reservations under the Llanfyrnach Inclosure Act 1809 (LIA 1809) or other award. Is there any information on LIA 1809 and what stipulations, exceptions and reservations could affect the land as a result of it? The title also contains a standard entry stating that mines and minerals are excepted. Is this entry applicable notwithstanding the entry relating to LIA 1809 or other award?

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  • In a purchase of residential property, there is an entry on the title from a conveyance dated 23 January 1967 whereby the land is subject to all stipulations, exceptions and reservations under the Llanfyrnach Inclosure Act 1809 (LIA 1809) or other award. Is there any information on LIA 1809 and what stipulations, exceptions and reservations could affect the land as a result of it? The title also contains a standard entry stating that mines and minerals are excepted. Is this entry applicable notwithstanding the entry relating to LIA 1809 or other award?

In a purchase of residential property, there is an entry on the title from a conveyance dated 23 January 1967 whereby the land is subject to all stipulations, exceptions and reservations under the Llanfyrnach Inclosure Act 1809 (LIA 1809) or other award. Is there any information on LIA 1809 and what stipulations, exceptions and reservations could affect the land as a result of it? The title also contains a standard entry stating that mines and minerals are excepted. Is this entry applicable notwithstanding the entry relating to LIA 1809 or other award?

Since the 12th century, 'inclosure' (an archaic form of 'enclosure') has been taking place. Land was previously divided into various strips which were farmed by tenant farmers as common land upon which each had various rights. Enclosure involved the parceling up of common land and its allocation to those who were held to have rights to it. It has its roots in the feudal system, the ending of usufructuary rights and the appropriation by lords of the manor of title to land, to which they then granted rights to farm or graze to their serfs. Enclosure is credited with bringing about the agricultural revolution, as well as, when it took hold significantly in the

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