An Essay in a Course of Lectures on Abstracts of Title: To Facilitate the Study, and the Application of the First Principles, and General Rules of the Laws of Property ; Stating in Detail, the Duty of Solicitors in Preparing, &c., and of Counsel in Advising, on Abstracts of Title
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2dly abstract alienation applicable appointment arise assignment attestation attorney authority bargain and sale become charge circumstances commissioners common law condition consequence consideration considered contingent contract conveyance conveyed copyhold court covenant created Crown death debts deed defective determination devise directed discharge distinct dower effect enrolment equity estate-tail evidence exception execution executor express extent fact feoffment freehold give given grant ground habendum hand heirs husband important inheritance Inst instance intention interest issue judgments lands lease legal estate lien limited livery Lord means ment merely mortgage necessary notice objection observations obtained operate owner ownership paid particular parties pass person possession practice proper purchaser reason recovery release remainder rent respective reversion rules seised seisin statute sufficient surrender taken tenant in tail term tion trust unless vested wife witnesses writ
Page 172 - Frauds it is enacted, that no devise in writing of lands, tenements, or hereditaments, or any clause thereof, shall be revocable otherwise than by some other will or codicil in writing, or other writing declaring the same, or by burning, cancelling, tearing, or obliterating the same, by the testator himself, or in his presence, and by his directions and consent...
Page 202 - ... deeds to declare them. As if A tenant in tail, with reversion to himself in fee, would settle his estate on B for life, remainder to C in tail, remainder to D in fee...
Page 310 - ... be seised or possessed, in trust for him against whom execution is so sued, like as the sheriff or other officer might or ought to have done, if the said party against whom execution...
Page 424 - ... in as full, ample, and beneficial manner, to all intents and purposes, as he or she might or ought to have held or enjoyed such rights before the passing of such act, or in case the same had never been made.
Page 424 - King's Most Excellent Majesty, his heirs and successors, and to all and every other person and persons, bodies politic and corporate...
Page 171 - Kent, or the custom of any borough, or any other particular custom, shall be in writing, and signed by the party so devising the same, or by some other person in his presence, and by his express direction, and shall be attested and subscribed in the presence of the said devisor, by three or four credible witnesses, or else they shall be utterly void and of none effect...
Page 178 - that in all cases, where by the custom of any manor in England or Ireland, any copyhold tenant of such manor may by his or her last will and testament dispose of or appoint his or her copyhold tenements, the same having been surrendered to such...
Page 37 - This exception must be by apt words — 2. It must be of part of the thing granted, and not of some other thing — 3.