The Jurist, Volumen10,Parte2

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S. Sweet, 1847
 

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Página 312 - ... from the day next before the day of the date of the same indenture of bargain and sale and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs (/) ALL that messuage or tenement situate lying and being at &c.
Página 260 - COMPRISING ITS RISE, PROGRESS AND FINAL ESTABLISHMENT. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, WITH A VIEW TO THE ELUCIDATION OF THE MAIN SUBJECT, A CONCISE ACCOUNT OF THE LEADING DOCTRINES OF THE COMMON LAW, AND OF THE COURSE OF PROCEDURE IN THE COURTS OF COMMON LAW, WITH REGARD TO CIVIL RIGHTS; WITH AN ATTEMPT TO TRACE THEM TO THEIR SOURCES; AND IN WHICH THE VARIOUS ALTERATIONS MADE BY THE ' LEGISLATURE DOWN TO THE PRESENT DAY ARE NOTICED.
Página 224 - ... when any person shall die seised of or entitled to any estate or interest in lands, tenements, or hereditaments, corporeal or incorporeal, or other real estate whether freehold, customaryhold, or copyhold, which he shall not by his last will have charged with or devised subject to the payment of his debts...
Página 264 - Hall whilst the courts are sitting, and shall shew him at the bar of every of the three courts within the Hall, and then shall take him back again to the Fleet and keep him prisoner until he shall have paid ten pounds to Her Majesty for a fine, and twenty nobles to the defendant for his costs in respect of the aforesaid abuse...
Página 94 - Tenant by the curtesie of England is where a man taketh a wife aeiaed in fee simple or in fee tail general, or seised as heir in tail especial, and hath issue by the same wife, male or female, born alive, albeit the issue after dieth or liveth, yet, if the wife dies, the husband shall hold the land during his life by the law of England.
Página 114 - The lineal descendants, in infinitum, of any person deceased shall represent their ancestor ; that is, shall stand in the same place as the person himself would have done had he been living.
Página 2 - And therefore if all the reason that is dispersed into so many several heads were united into one, yet could he not make such a law as the law of England is...
Página 100 - HILL ON TRUSTEES. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE LAW RELATING TO TRUSTEES, THEIR POWERS, DUTIES, PRIVILEGES AND LIABILITIES. BY JAMES HILL, ESQ., Of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. EDITED BY FRANCIS J. TROUBAT, Of the Philadelphia Bar. In one large octavo volume, best law sheep, raised bands.
Página 94 - And this seems to be the principal reason why the husband cannot be tenant by the curtesy of any lands of which the wife was not actually seised; because, in order to entitle himself to such estate, he must have begotten issue that may be heir to the wife; but no one, by the standing rule of law, can be heir to the ancestor of any land, whereof the ancestor was not actually seised...
Página 325 - An Act to attach certain conditions to the construction of future railways authorised or to be authorised by any Act of the present or succeeding sessions of Parliament ; and for other purposes in relation to railways.

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