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LONDON, FEBRUARY 14, 1846., giving completeness to the title; and the only object, as
between the parties, is for the mortgagor to obtain some A QUESTION of some difficulty, upon the construction slight amount of valuable consideration for his equity of of the Stamp Act, (55 Geo. 3, c. 184, sched., pt. 1), redemption, and for the mortgagee to get a conveyance arises occasionally in practice, in reference to the mea- at the least possible expense. The question then arises, sure of the ad-valorem stamp, upon a purchase of an whether, if the mortgage debt be technically kept on equity of redemption.
foot as the debt of the mortgagor, the ad-valorem Most of our readers are, of course, well aware, that, stamp must cover the mortgage debt, or whether it is according to the usual form of conveyance to pass an not sufficient if it covers merely the consideration paid equity of redemption, the vendor conveys the land to for the equity of redemption. the purchaser or his trustee, (subject to the mortgage The solution of this question depends principally debt, if the purchaser is not himself the mortgagee); upon the construction of a clause in the schedule to the and the purchaser, if he is not the mortgagee, co- Stamp Act, which is in the following words:-“ And renants with the vendor to pay the debt; or, if he is where any land or property shall be sold and conveyed, the mortgagee, releases the debt. This is the usual in consideration, wholly or in part, of any sum of motransaction whenever the equity of redemption is really ney charged thereon by way of mortgage, wadset, or worth something; or, whenever the equity of re- otherwise, and then due and owing to the purchaser, or demption being worth nothing, the mortgagee himself shall be sold and conveyed subject to any mortgage, takes a conveyance of it in consideration of the debt wadset, bond, or other debt, or to any gross or entire and interest, the mortgagee being a person to whom sum of money to be afterwards paid by the purchaser, it is practically material to be freed from the debt, if such sum of money or debt shall be deemed the purhe relinquishes the ownership of the security. When-chase or consideration money, or part of the purchase or ever this is the transaction, it is perfectly clear, that consideration money, as the case may be, in respect the ad-valorem stamp must cover the amount of the whereof the said ad valorem duty is to be paid.” mortgage-money, as well as the consideration, if any, The two questions upon this clause are, firstly, whegiven for the equity of redemption.
| ther, supposing a mortgagee to purchase an equity of Bat, occasionally, instances occur, in which the debt, redemption for any given sum, and to take a conveyby accumulation of arrears of interest, so enormously ance without releasing the debt, the transaction comes exceeds the value of the security, and in which the within the first branch of the clause; and, secondly, mortgagor is so hopelessly insolvent, that the equity of whether, if the purchase be by a stranger, who takes redemption is superfluous as a protection against the a conveyance of the equity of redemption, without right of redemption of the mortgagor, and the release of covenanting to pay the mortgage debt, the transaction the debt is perfectly devoid of any practical utility to comes within the second branch of the clause. the mortgagor, whose safety against being sued upon the
| Technically speaking, we apprehend, that, in the case bond or covenant is, that he is, and is well known to be, I debt then due and owing to the purchaser: for the debt,
first supposed, the purchase is not in consideration of a incapable of paying the debt. In this sort of case, the not being released, remains the debt of the mortgagor, only value of the equity of redemption is by way of who might, we apprehend, be sued for it.
It seems settled, that a mortgagee may, after fore- He may take the estate, but there is no personal proclosure, bring an action upon the bond or covenant con
o an action upon the bond or covenant con- perty between him and the purchaser of the equity of tained in the mortgage-deed for the debt; only he there
redemption. But, supposing the mortgagee to sue and by opens the foreclosure. (Aylett v. Hill, 2 Dick. 551;
recover against the mortgagor, leaving the estate un
001; touched, it is equally clear, that, at law, the mortgagor Dashwood v. Blythway, 1 Eq. Ca. Abr. 367"; Perry v.
has no remedy against the purchaser, who has not coveBarker, 13 Ves. 198). That is, provided he will con nanted with him to pay the debt, and has, on the consent to revive the mortgagor's right to redeem, he may trary, expressly bought the estate subject to the debt, sue for the debt, although he has taken the estate by a that is, subject to the right of the mortgagee to pay decree of foreclosure.
himself out of it, if he prefers the security of the estate
to the personal liability of the mortgagor. It is true, We are not apprised of any decision, that a mort
that, in that case, equity will hold the purchaser liable gagee, having purchased the equity of redemption, may to indemnify the mortgagor; for, as Lord Eldon exsue upon the debt, if it has not been released; but we pressed it in Waring v. Ward, (7 Ves. 337), “ This submit to our readers, that there seems no reason why court would, if he (the purchaser) receives possession, the doctrine applicable to the cases where he has ob- and has the profits, independent of contract, raise upon
his conscience an obligation to indemnify the vendor tained the equity of redemption by foreclosure, would
against the personal obligation to pay the money due not be equally applicable to the case where he has ob
upon the vendor's transaction of mortgage; for, being betained it by purchase and conveyance. The doctrine come the owner of the estate, he must be supposed to of estoppel is out of the question, as the conveyance intend to indemnify the vendor against the mortgage." of the estate has nothing to do with the covenant to
But what is this liability of the purchaser? It is not pay the debt; the question, whether the estate is or is
is an immediate liability, either at law or in equity, to not a security for the debt, being, in fact, a question debt in all events, afterwards to be paid by the purchaser,
pay the debt; not a liability which makes the debt a purely of equity. And when we find the debt left, in but merely an equitable liability, -a species of implied point of form and at law, subsisting, upon a conveyance contract in equity,—that, if the mortgagor is made to of the equity of redemption, the inference to be col- pay out of his personal estate, the purchaser of his selected from the deed itself, so far from shewing any
curity shall then, and only on that contingency, be
bound, not to pay the debt, but to compensate the intention of the parties to treat the debt as the consi
mortgagor for having paid the debt. We submit that deration, shews, on the contrary, an intention not to such à liability does not make the mortgage debt a debt relinquish the debt as a subsisting claim; but, to re- to be afterwards paid by the purchaser, and, therefore, serve to the purchaser his character of mortgagee, and that it does not form the consideration for the purchase his right, as such, still to proceed for the debt, if at of the estate, within the meaning of the Stamp Act. any time he shall prefer doing so, subject to the condition of waiving his right to the equity of redemption
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. of the estate. It may be very true, that, in substance, the debt is the consideration for the estate, thus far; Feb. 12.-The court delivered judgment in the folthat, so long as the debt remains unpaid, the estate | lowing cases :remains the creditor's; and that the creditor cannot
be creditor's: and that the creditor cannot | Bond v. Nurse-Rule nisi. have the estate absolutely without giving up the debt;
| Page v. Hatchett-Rule refused on the first count; rule nisi without giving up the debt; on the count in trover, unless plaintiff elects to abandon the but that is only, in other words, to say that the relation issues on that count within a fortnight. of mortgagor and mortgagee is not absolutely destroyed; | Lovelock v. Franklyn-Rule nisi. and the question ultimately comes back to this, whether
Yates v. Watson-Rule refused.
| Topping v. Heyter-Rule absolute for new trial. a creditor, purchasing an estate of his debtor, not by Paine v. The Guardians of the Strand Union-Rule absolute absolutely giving up his claim, but by keeping, as it for nonsuit. were, his right to sue only in abeyance, and reserving a | Doe d. Angell v. Angell-Rule absolute for new trial on pay.
ment of costs. right to sue if and when he chooses to give up the ab
Taylor v. Tenant-Rule refused. solute ownership of the estate, can be said, strictly, to Ambler v. Turner-Rule refused. have given his debt as the consideration of the estate. Gale o. Lewis--Rule absolute for new trial. If the debt cannot be said, in the strictest and fullest Feb. 13.—The court delivered judgment in sense, to be the consideration, we apprehend the Stamp Reg. v. The North Midland Railway Company-Inquisition Act does not apply, as we must recollect that it is in quashed. the nature of a penal act, and is always construed ! On Saturday, Feb. 14, the court will deliver judgmost strictly, sometimes, indeed, with absurd strictness. / ment in the following cases :against the revenue.
Reg. v. The Inhabitants of Birmingham.
De Medina v. Grove. The case of a purchaser of an equity of redemption,
Milner v. Meyers. when the mortgage debt is in a third person, the pur
Foster v. The Bank of England. chaser not covenanting with the mortgagor to pay the
Rogers v. Brenton. debt, must be dealt with in reference to the second
Reg. v. Campbell. branch of the clause of the Stamp Act above referred to; and the question will be, whether, in such a case, MASTERS IN CHANCERY.—The Lord Chancellor has the consideration is a mortgage debt, to be afterwards appointed the following gentlemen Masters Extraordipaid by the purchaser. Now, we contend, in the first nary in the high Court of Chancery :-Thomas Husplace, that the statute, by these last words, must be in- band Gill, of Devonport, in the county of Devon; Thotended to mean not a debt which the purchaser may, mas Amphlett, of Sutton Coldfield, in the county of in events, have to pay, but a debt which he is immedi-Warwick; James Philcox the younger, of Burwash, ately liable to pay and to be sued for. That the mort- in the county of Sussex; Thomas Nicks, of Warwick; gagee cannot sue the purchaser for the debt, is clear, I William Knight, of Tamworth,
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Parramore d. Greenslade coal fitter, dealer and chapman, Feb. 20 at 12, and March Maugham 0. Maugham Baynton v. Manning
24 at 2, District Court of Bankruptcy, Newcastle-uponGrigg v. Sturgis Starkey v. Underhill
Tyne: Off. Ass. Baker; Sols. Wawn, Stockton-on-Tees; Freer v. Binney Chapman v. Cannon
Harle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; Wright, 8, New Inn, Strand. Seward v. Yates Nicholson v. Smith
--Fiat dated Jan. 28. Maugham v. Maugham (2 ca.) | Hammond o. Smith
WILLIAM BEYNON, Birmingham, button, cabinet, brass End of Causes transferred.
and gilt toy manufacturer, metal roller, and manufacturing
chemist, Feb. 24 at 12, and March 24 at half.past 11, DisFreeman v. Tatham
| Bishop o. Wise Donaldson v. Fairfax (F D, Tilleard v. Pay (F D, C)
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Christie ;
Sol. James, Birmingham.-- Fiat dated Jan. 29.
Wm. W. Yeld and Wm. B. Dawes, Rugeley, Staffordshire, London Gazettes.
brewers, Feb. 26 at I, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir. mingham, ch. ass.—Hen. Rowbotham and Robert J. Ken.
worthy, Brinksway, near Stockport, Cheshire, and Manches. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10.
ter, calico printers, Feb. 18 at 11, District Court of Bank. BANKRUPTS.
ruptcy, Manchester, last ex.- Isaac Blackburn, Minories, and RICHARD ENSOLL, Broad-street, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, Northumberland-alley, Fenchurch-street, London, engineer,
draper, dealer and chapman, Feb. 20 at half-past il, and March 3 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. ac. - Thos. March 27 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Ratnett, Cambridge, tailor, March 4 at 11, Court of BankOff. Ass. Alsager ; Sols. Mardon & Prichard, Christchurch- ruptcy, London, aud. ac. and div.-- Benj. Jones, City-road, chambers, Newgate-st.-Fiat dated Feb. 5.
Middlesex, draper, March 3 at half-past 2, Court of BankJOHN THOMAS PASCOE, High-street, Mile-end New. ruptcy, London, aud. ac.- Moss Davids, Paternoster-row,
town, and Heneage-street, Spitalfields, Middlesex, metal London, fishmonger, March 3 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, refiner, Feb. 27 at half-past i, and March 27 at 12, Court London, aud. ac.—Lucy Lang and Ann B. Smith, Charterof Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Alsager; Sol. Smith, house-square, Charterhouse-st., Middlesex, private boardingFinsbury-terrace.--Fiat dated Feb. 2.
house keepers, March 4 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, THOMAS FRANCIS SAUNDERS, Burton-upon-Trent, aud. ac. Sam. Phillips, Kingston-upon-Hull, hatter, March
Staffordshire, brewer, Feb. 17 at 11, and March 20 at 2,6 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.-Wm. Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Sol. Senior, Sheffield, Yorkshire, hosier, March 6 at 11, District
Seaman, 12, Pancras.lane, Cheapside.-Fiat dated Feb. 9. Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, aud. ac.; March 9 at 11, div.WILLIAM BURROWS, Grove-street, Hampstead-road, John Burton, Levenshulme, Lancashire, victualler, March 5
Middlesex, builder, Feb. 17 and March 18 at 1, Court of at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac.Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sol. Roberts, 2, Hen. C. M. Dyer, Manchester, and New Broad-st., London, Bride-court, Fleet-st.--Fiat dated Feb. 6.
merchant, March 5 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, ManJOSEPH JOHNS, Grosvenor-st., Pimlico, Middlesex, cook chester, aud. ac.-John M. Knott, Aston-nigh-Birmingham,
and confectioner, Feb. 17 and March 18 at half-past 12, Warwickshire, wholesale stationer, March 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Johnson.-- Fiat Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.-Eliz. Glover, dated Feb. 5.
Shelton, Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, publican, March 2 JAMES BLYTH, Chelmsford, Essex, grocer and cheese-at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac.monger, dealer and chapman, Feb. 16 at half-past 11, and Jos. Gould, Sheen, Staffordshire, cheese factor, March 2 at 11,
t 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London : Off. Ass. | District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, aud. ac. and div. Follett; Sol. Heath, Nag's Head-court, Gracechurch-street. – John Yates, Guernsey, and York-road, Lambeth, Surrey, Fiat dated Feb. 3.
shipowner, March 3 at i, Court of Bankruptcy, London, dir. WALTER SPIERS, North Audley-st., Oxford-st., Middle. - John Mortimer, Adelaide-street, West Strand, Middlesex, sex, printer, dealer and chapman, Feb. 19 at 1, and March bookseller, March 4 at half-past 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, 24 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Tur. div.-W. Williams, High-st., St. Giles's, Middlesex, victual.
quand; Sol. Hepburn, Copthall.court.--Fiat dated Feb. 4. ler, March 4 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-- James GEORGE GODDARD, Leicester, tea dealer and grocer, | Mabbs the younger, Chichester, Sussex, baker,
Feb. 19 at 12, and March 24 at half-past 11, Court of half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Joseph Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Graham; Sols. Hill & Moore, Tamworth, Warwickshire, draper, March 4 at 12, Mathews, St. Mary Axe.- Fiat dated Feb. 3.
Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Ch. Tapp, Wigmore-st., SAMUEL PURSELL, Strand, Middlesex, ironmonger, dealer St. Mary-le-bone, Middlesex, coach maker, March 4 at half
and chapman, Feb. 20 at 2, and March 20 at 12, Court of past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Wm. Henry Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Edwards; Sol, Hughes, Blackmore, Dean-street, Soho-square, Middlesex, plumber, Bedford-st., Covent-garden.--Fiat dated Feb. 7.
March 4 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. - John COOPER EWBANK, Manchester, share broker, dealer and Smith, Liverpool, licensed victualler, March 3 at half-past
chapman, Feb. 21 and March 19 at 12, District Court of 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, div.-John Bankruptcy, Manchester : Of. Ass. Hobson; Sols. Binney, Burton, Levenshulme, Lancashire, victualler, March 6 at 12,
Manchester ; Capes & Co., Gray's Inn.- Fiat dated Feb. 5. District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, first and fin. div. WILLIAM JAMES DUNSFORD, Bristol, surgeon and - Betty Thorniley, Broadbottom, Mottram in Longendale,
apothecary, Feb. 24 and March 24 at 11, District Court of Cheshire, grocer, March 3 at 12, District Court of BankBankruptcy, Bristol: Off. Ass. Acraman; Sol. Smith, ruptcy, Manchester, fin. div.-John Dyson, Abby Dale Bristol. -Fiat dated Feb. 5.
Works, Sheffield, Yorkshire, scythe manufacturer, March 5 RICHARD ALLERTON, Bootle-cum-Linacre, Lancashire, at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, div.-James
wheelwright, dealer and chapman, Feb. 27 and March 24 at Crich, Sheffield, Yorkshire, maltster, March 5 at 11, District 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, div.-Geo. Holdsworth, NorthMorgan ; Sols. Bradley, Liverpool; Walker, Furnival's Inn, owram, Halifax, Yorkshire, worsted spinner, March 5 at 11, London.-Fiat dated Feb. 6.
| District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds, div.-John King,