Nonconformists' Chapels Act 1844

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In the face of disputes between Presbyterians and Unitarians, the Act laid down that where no particular religious doctrine or mode of worship was prescribed by the trust deed, the usage of the previous 25 years was to be taken as evidence of what might properly be done in meeting houses. It was repealed in 1960.

Subjects: Christianity.

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