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action affidavit afterwards agreed agreement alleged allowed amend amount answer appear application appointed argued asked assigned authority Beavan benefit bill called cause Chancellor charged circumstances claim common Company consideration considered costs course Court dated death debt deceased decree deed Defendant demurrer directed discharge effect entered entitled evidence executed executors expenses filed fund further give given granted ground hearing held husband intended interest issue land lease legacy Lord March Master means ment motion necessary notice objection obtained opinion paid parties payment petition Plaintiff possession present proceedings proper purchase question Railway reason received referred relief respect Rolls rule settlement share solicitor sufficient suit taken taxation tenant thereof tion trustees Turner whole wife writ
Page lvi - We command you, that within [here insert a sufficient number of days within which the defendant might appear, with reference to the distance he may be at from England] days after the service of this writ on you, inclusive of the day of such service, you do cause an appearance to be entered for you in our court...
Page lxiii - ... and of the rents and profits, or dividends, interest, or other proceeds received by such person, or by any other person by his order or for his use in case he shall have been in possession of the property over which the mortgage...
Page lviii - That (') or (4) heirs, executors, or administrators, will pay to the said the said sum of together with interest thereon at the rate of per cent.
Page xxxv - ... legacies after the rate of four per cent, per annum from the end of one year after the deceased's death, unless any other time of payment or rate of interest is directed by the will...
Page l - AB. the above-named plaintiff, states as follows : — 1. By an agreement, dated the day of and signed by the above-named defendant CD, he the said CD, contracted to buy of [or, sell to] him certain immoveable property therein described and referred to, for the sum of rupees.
Page 238 - ... subject only to the payment of my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses, and the charge of proving and registering this my Will.
Page 116 - The simple proposition is this, that one man is not entitled to sell his goods under such circumstances, by the name, or the packet, or the mode of making up the article, or in such a way as to induce the public to believe that they are the manufacture of some one else.
Page lxii - ... under any deed or will, such property shall, subject and without prejudice to the trusts of any settlement affecting the same, belong to the woman for her separate use, and her receipts alone shall be a good discharge for the same.