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SEC. II. Repeals conflicting laws.
Approved 5th Februáry, 1866.

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PART II.

PRIVATE AND LOCAL LAWS.

TITLE 1. ACADEMIES.

II. CITIES AND TOWNS.
III. EXILE CAMP.
IV. EXEMPTIONS.
V. INDIAN SPRING RESERVE.
VI. JUSTICES COURT.
VII. KNOXVILLE CAMP GROUND.
VIII. RELIEF

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PART II. PRIVATE AND LOCAL LAWS.

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TITLE I.

ACADEMIES, &C.

Suc. 1. 'Chatha:n Academy, Free School or Sec. 4. Arbitration in case of occupation or im-
Union Society may sell interest in

provement.
ungranted lands.

5. Acts relative to sale or lease of build2. Society purchasing may survey and

ings or lands, of Glyon county dispose of.

Academy repealed. " 3. Disputes as to existence of lines previ

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(No. 232.),

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Act to authorize the Chatham Academy, the Free School, and the

Union Society, to sell their interest in certain vacant lands in Chatham
} county, appropriated to them by an Act of the General Assembly of the
5. State of Georgia, assented to, Dec'r. 29th, 1829, and for other pur-

poses.

WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of Georgia, did, by an Act assented to, Dec. 29th, 1829, entitled an Act to ascertain, dispose of, and appropriate the ungranted lands, in the county of Chatham, and to vest the same in certain charitable socities, viz: the Chatham Academy, the Free School, and the Union Society, appropriate certain lands therein mentioned, to the Societies afore- Preamble. said ; and whereas, the benevolent intention of the State, as contemplated by said Act, has not been carried out, in consequence of the complication of the law, as well as a want of unanimity of action, on the part of the Societies; and whereas, there is a disposition on the part of one of these Societies, to purchase the interest of the others, and a disposition on the part of the others, to sell ; and whereas, there are doubts as to the legality of such purchase, an] sale, for remedy whereof:

1. Sec. I. The General Assembly of the State of Georgia do enact, That it shall, and may be lawful, for either of the aforesaid socie-societies may ties, to sell, alienate and convey, all their right, title and interest, ungranted in the above mentioned ungranted lands, unto either of the afore-lends. said societies, that may desire to purchase the same, and all the rights, privileges, and immunities, granted unto the aforesaid socie ties, by the Act assented to Dec'r 29th, 1829; also, an Act assented to March 1st, 1856, amendatory thereto, shall vest iu, and are hereby granted-unto the Society. so purchasing.

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Glynn County Academy. 2. SEC. II. That the society so purchasing shall have the right Bordo radio to survey, and dispose of the aforesaid ungranted lands, in such granted

manner, as in their judgment, will be most conducive to the inter

est of the society, and the Surveyor appointed, or chosen, by said Surveyor. society, shall be empowered, for the purpose of making his survey,

and map, and fulfilling all the duties connected therewith, to cross existing lines, without being subject to the pains and penalties, in such cases made and provided.; nor shall he be held civisly, liable for trespass.

3. SEC. III. That if any dispute shall arise between the said may require Surveyor, and other parties, as to the existence of lines previously

run, it shall, and may be lawful, for the said Surveyor to require the production of original grants and surveys, or either, in the possession, custody, or control, of the parties so claiming the existence of previous linés.

4. Sec. IV. That where any person shall be in actual occupation of said vacant lands, or has purchased the same, and improved them, it shall, and may be lawful, for the society purchasing, to appoint one disinterested freeholder, and the person in possession, another, who, if they do not agree, shall call in a third freeholder, and place a value on said lands, exclusive of the improvements so made on them, and their judgment, or decision, shall be final and conclusive, and the person in possession, shall have the right of purchasing the same, at such valuation, and on such terms as the society and the purchaser may agree upon.

Sec. V. Repeals conflicting laws.
Approved 12th March, 1866.

Sarveyor production of original grantı.

Arbitration.

(No. 283.)

An Act to repeal an Act to authorize, the Trustees of Glynn county

Academy, to lease, or sell, the Academy building, and estate of said Academy, and to protect the property, and collect the funds of the same, and for other purposes therein ni med, assented to December 22nd, 1857; also, to repeal No. 119, of !he Acts of 1858, amendatory of the above recited Act, assented to December 11th, 1858.

5. Sec. I. Be it enacted, &c., That the above recited Act, as sented to December 22nd, 1857, and the Act amendatory thereto, assented to December 11th, 1858, be, and the same are hereby repealed.

SEC. II. Repeals conflicting laws.
Approved 23rd February, 1866.

Acts repealed

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