A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Volym 3–4

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Collins & Hannay, 1827
 

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Where the remedy may exceed the Penalty
14
Discontin Possession
15
Bonds to the King
16
Implied Warranty
17
Does not devest any Estate
18
Who may present
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Page
21
Lineal Warranty
22
Infants
24
And be of the same Nature
25
Idiots and Lunaticks
26
Joint Tenants
27
Only binds the Heir where he has Assets
28
Coparceners
29
Rectors or Parsons
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Nor to Marriage Articles
32
id
33
Tenants in Common
35
Effects of a Partition
36
Portionists
37
Mortgagors may nominate
38
The King 67 Lords of Manors 68 Lay Impropriators
39
And Tenants by Statute Merchant
40
What Estate they have 78 Of exemptions from tithes 79 Real Composition
41
Who are disabled from presenting
42
Conveyances to Charitable Uses
43
Nonpayment of Tithes cannot be pleaded against a Layman
44
deg Consideration
46
Lunatics
47
Examination of the Clerk
48
Settlements in pursuance of Articles rectified
49
104
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And exclusion of the Half Blood
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Different kinds
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TITLE XXIII
54
Of Simony
55
The Rule not formerly applied in cases of Terms
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Common of Pasture 3 Appendant 11 Appurtenant 16 Because of Vicinage 20 In Gross
57
Procuring a Presentation for Money
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Common of Turbary 37 Common of Piscary
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A proper Stamp
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Common annexed to Copyholds 42 A Right to Common cannot be divestod 43 Common may be apportioned 48 Rights of the Lord 55 Rights of the...
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Approvement of Common
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Formal Parts
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Sale of the Presentation during a Vacatcy
65
Trust Estates are within the Rule
66
Remedies for Recovery of Rents
67
By Enfranchisement of Copyholds 100 Common may be Revived 106
70
Sale of the next Presentation good
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112
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Mode of tracing an Heir at Law
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Exception
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119
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Bonds of Resignation
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TITLE XXII
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deg Delivery
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Observations on Blackstones Doctrine of Descent
83
id
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Delivery as an Escrow
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187
93
142
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id
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147
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TITLE XXVI
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103
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163
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113
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174
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id
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178
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id
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CHAP II
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Page
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Not within the the Statutes of Limitation 192
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195
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id
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200
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202
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CHAP III
136
A Park Page 22 A Free Warren 254
166
In what Deeds inserted
171
Reunion in the Crown id
182
TITLE XXVIII
185
TITHES
188
An Estate Tail
200
Of the Statute of Frauds
201
CHAP III
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I
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TITLE XXIX
216
id
217
Of Consanguinity
222
CHAP III
228
Possession
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366
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375
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377
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380
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Construction of Perpetuities
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в
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CHAP IV
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CHAP V
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426
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428
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429
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431
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ESCHEAT 435
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436
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id
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440
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441
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id
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Construction Of Covenants
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450
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451
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453
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455
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457
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The Lord by Escheat may distrain for Rent 462
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Entitled to a Term to attend id
303
TITLE XXXI
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Date
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Negative Prescription 478
314
id
315
504
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Dignities are real Property
1
TITLE XXXII
3
What Estate may be had therein
4
What amounts to an agreement
5
Origin and Nature of 5 Different kinds
6
Livery of Seisin
7
The Crown may terminate the Abeyance
18
But they must be properly executed 238
20
21
21
By Male infants
22
Parties
23
Modes of terminating an Abeyance
24
Underwood
25
What Estate may be had in an Office
26
Cases of Claims to a Goheirship
28
Grant or Release
29
5th CanonCollateral Descents
30
Where only one Heir the Abeyance terminates
33
ExceptionUndertenants
34
The Heir must be descended from the first Purchaser id
36
Hemp Flax
37
The Assignor is still liable
38
Agistment
39
Cases of claims by a surviving Heir
40
What Offices may be granted in Reversion
41
Introductory Acts not a Part Performance
42
Livery in Deed 16 May be by attorney 18 Livery sometimes presumed 19 And supplied in Equity 21 A Feoffment cannot commence in futuro 24 ...
43
General and specific Covenants
44
Gardens
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Usual Covenants for the Title
46
What Offices may be entailed
47
Of what Things mixed Tithes are
48
When subject to Curtesy and Dower
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Of what Things personal Tithes are
51
What Things are not Titheable
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Is the same as that of the antient Barony
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Who may hold Offices
56
Descent of Dignities created by Letters Patent
57
To whom Tithes are payable
58
Tenants in Dower and by the Curtesy
59
Free from Incumbrances
60
Circumstances required in these Leases 56 Parsons and Vicars
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Tenants for Life
62
How to be exercised
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Vol III
65
Who are incapable of making Leases
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Infants 69 Married Women 70 Of void and voidable Leases 86 Who may be Lessees
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CHAP VI
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96
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Qualifications required
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id
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101
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102
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103
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Statute against Selling or Buying Offices
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CHAP VII
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108
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109
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111
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214
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Inclosure of Commons
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119
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120
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121
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Must be enrolled 37 ExceptionsLands in Cities 38 And Terms for Years
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126
90
129
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130
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id
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Nature of 9 Who may covenant to stand seised 10 What may be conveyed by 13 What Consideration necessary 27 A Use only arises to the Persons ...
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Covenants in Assignments of Leaseholds
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The Estate continues till a Use arises i no 32 A Rent may be created
100
No Estate is devested by this Conveyance or by a Bar gain and Sale
103
Must be by Deed or Writing
107
Extinguishment of Common
108
Married Women
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118
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e contra 174
120
183
129
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186
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CHAP XIV
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Restriction as to clear yearly Value id
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Restriction annexed to 202
142
216
151
223
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225
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Or direct a Sale and appoint the Money
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170
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TITLE XXVII
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CHAP XVIII
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CHAP XIX
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FRANCHISES 250
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A Qualification destructive of a Power dispensed with 204
204
3º As to the Time when a Lease is to commence 210
210
A general Power only authorizes Leases in Possession 211
211
Unless the Estate is reversionary 212
212
Does not authorize a Lease to commence after a subsist ing Lease 213
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But concurrent Leases are good 216
216
Of Powers to lease in Reversion 217
217
4º As to the Duration of the Lease 218
218
5º As to the Rent to be reserved 220
220
Nature
222
A Forest
223
What is the ancient Rent id
225
What is the best Rent 226
226
Limitation to A and his Heirs with a remainder over 340
234
459
241
What Acts have not that effect
250
A Chace 251
251
253
253
What Words create an Estate for Life 348
257
What Words create Gross Remainders
273
Perpetuities created by Act of Parliament 424
276
Cases of Marriage Articles
283
CHAP XXIV
291
ConditionBy what Words created
297
437
298
438
299
Covenants for Production of Title Deeds Page 480
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460
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463
315
464
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466
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468
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471
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480
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CHAP XXVI
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Or made in Derogation of the Rights of Marriage 502
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An Appointment must be registered 542
368
tility of the Register Acts 558
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Sida 31 - ... or upon any agreement that is not to be performed within the space of one year from the making thereof; unless the agreement upon which such action shall be brought, or some memorandum or note thereof, shall be in writing, and signed by the party to be charged therewith...
Sida 107 - All declarations or creations of trusts or confidences, of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, shall be manifested and proved by some writing signed by the party who is by law enabled to declare such trusts, or by his last will in writing, or else they shall be utterly void and of none effect.
Sida 260 - ... and for default of such issue to the princess Anne of Denmark, and the heirs of her body ; and for default of such issue to the heirs of the body of the said Prince of Orange.
Sida 265 - RG, were parties, and by a recovery suffered in pursuance thereof, the estates were limited to the use of the husband for life, remainder to the wife...
Sida 2 - Co. of the said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, to wit : " Tadeuskund, the Last King of the Lenape. An Historical Tale." In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States...
Sida 207 - ... when the party by his own contract creates a duty or charge upon himself he is bound to make it good, if he may, notwithstanding any accident by inevitable necessity, because he might have provided against it by his contract.
Sida 280 - Graves, for life ; remainder to his first and other sons in tail male ; remainder to the...
Sida 279 - C., for life ; remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders ; remainder to the first and other sons of the said Lord C.
Sida 78 - Offices, which are a right to exercise a public or private employment, and to take the fees and emoluments thereunto belonging, are also incorporeal hereditaments, whether public, as those of magistrates, or private, as of bailiffs, receivers, and the like.
Sida 98 - ... covenanted to stand seised, to the use of himself for life, remainder to the use of his wife for life, remainder to the use of his daughter for life, remainder to her first and other sons in tail, reversion to his own right heirs.

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