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Section: Estates tail abolished
Whenever any conveyance, will or instrument in writing shall hereafter be made, whereby any grantee, devisee or other person shall become seized in law or in equity of such estate in any real estate, as under the Statute of the Thirteenth of Edward I (called the Statute of Entails), would have been held an estate in fee tail of any type or character, such conveyance, will or instrument shall vest an estate in fee simple in such grantee, devisee or other person.
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