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This Act was passed in the immediate aftermath of the plot being discovered hence the vitriolic language of the title. Under English law the act of attainder declared a person or a group of persons guilty of a serious crime and punished them without the benefit of a judicial trial. Also the person could no longer own property or pass property to his family by will or testament.
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