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

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Saunders and Benning, 1835
 

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How Offices may be granted
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Bishops c may grant Offices
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What Offices may be granted to two Persons
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And Bankrupts
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Who are disabled from presenting
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Lunatics
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Examination of the Clerk 52 Of Simony
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Procuring a Presentation for Money 63 Sale of a Presentation during a Vacancy 69 Sale of the next Presentation good
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Exception
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Resignation
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Bonds of Resignation id
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TITLE XXII
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What Offices may be granted in Reversion
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Hay
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Underwood
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Hemp Flax and Madder 32 Hops 33 Turnips
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Garden Plants
44
Mixed Tithes 45 Personal Tithes 47 What things are not Titheable
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To whom Tithes are Payable 53 Rectors or Parsons 54 Vicars
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Portionists
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The King 61 Lords of Manors
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Lay Impropriators 67 What Estate they may have 70 Of Exemptions from Tithes
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A Real Composition 75 II Prescription de modo decimandi
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Some Offices may be assigned
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Who may hold Offices
54
When exerciseable in Person and when by Deputy
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Common of Estovers
65
What Oaths c required
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Statutes against Selling or Buying Offices
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TITLE XXIV
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What Offices are not within this Statute
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Where Equity will interpose 98 How Offices may be lost
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By Forfeiture
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By Acceptance of an incompatible Office 110 By the Destruction of the principal
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How suspended 115 Officers halfpay not assignable 103 104 11 5 108 109
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TITLE XXVI
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Dignities by Tenure
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Have sometimes gone with Castles Manors
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By Letters Patent 57 By Writ
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The Person summoned must
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Are Hereditary
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Writs to the eldest Sons of Peers 83 By Letters Patent id
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CHAP II
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Not subject to Curtesy
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Cannot be aliened
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Nor surrendered
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Nor extinguished by a new Title
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An Earldom does not attract a Barony
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Dignities forfeited by attainder for Treason 1 56
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And also for Felony
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Except Dignities in tail id
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Does not extend to entailed Dignities 56 Restitution of Blood
182
A Dignity formerly lost by Poverty 183
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Not within the Statutes of Limitation
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CHAP III
186
A Chase
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PRESCRIPTION
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CHAP I
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Sect Page Sect 65 Distress
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Clause of Reentry
286
Right of Entry by way of Use
287
Actions of Debt and Covenant
288
CHAP II
289
And to Dower id
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Rents may be granted in Remainder
292
And to commence in futuro
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Are within the Statute of Uses
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Cannot be devested id
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CHAP III
297
Discharge of Rent Charge
300
Apportionment of Rent Charge
302
Apportionment of Rent Service at Law
303
By the Statute il Geo II
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TITLE XXIX
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Possession
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Right of possession
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Right of Property
314
CHAP II
318
A Title may be deduced through an Alien id
325
CHAP III
327
But Females equally
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What Acts will alter the Descent id
340
Trust Estates are within this Rule
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Sect Page 1 Go to the Heirs of the Person in whom they first vested
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A Right to a Remainder goes to the Half Blood
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An Act of Ownership operates as a Seisin
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CHAP V
385
Customary Descents
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Borough English
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Cannot be altered by Limilation
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Copyhold Descents id
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Construed strictly
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TITLE XXX
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Escheat
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For Default of Heirs
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For Corruption of Blood id
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Any Alienation prevents an Escheat
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What things Escheat
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A trust Estate does not Escheat
402
Nor an Equity of Redemption
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Nor Money to be laid out in Land id
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And to all Charters
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Office of Escheator
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Prescription by Immemorial Usage Sect 1 Origin of Prescription 6 Prescription by immemorial Usage 8 May be in the Person or in the Estate 10 Wha...
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CHAP II
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