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I. PROPERTY IN GENERAL.

Originally in common.
Origin of government.
Transfer and descent.

Arrangement of the matter.

Premises. Conclusion.

Habendum. Reading.

Tenendum. Signing.

Reddendum. Execution.

Condition. Sealing.

Warranty. Delivering

Covenants.

3. Avoiding a Deed.

ORIGINAL CONVEYANCES.

1. Feoffment.

Livery of seisin.

Investiture.

Delivery.

2. Gift.

7. Release.

3. Grant.

8. Confirmation.

4. Lease.

9. Surrender.

5. Exchange. 10. Assignment.

6. Partition. 11. Defeazance.

CONVEYANCE UNDER STATUTE OF USES.

Origin of uses. Rules.

Effect of the Statute.

Shifting uses.

Doctrine of trusts.

Covenant to stand seized of uses.

Bargain and sale of lands.

Lease and release.

Deeds to lead or declare uses.

Deeds of revocation of uses.

Deeds to charge or discharge lands.

1. Obligation or bond.

2. Recognizance.

3. Defeazance.

XXI. ALIENATION BY RECORD.

1. Private acts of parliament.

2. King's grants, charters.

3. Fines; nature, kind, effect.

4. Common recoveries.

nature, force and effect.

XXII. ALIENATION BY SPECIAL

CUSTOM.

Copyhold lands.

Surrender and transfer.

Presentment and admittance.

XXIII. ALIENATION BY DEVISE.

Accumulation of estates.

Statute of wills.

Witnesses.

After acquired lands.

Rules for construing wills and deeds.

XXIV. THINGS PERSONAL.

Chattels real.

Chattels personal.

XXV. PERSONAL PROPERTY.

1. In possession absolute.

2. Qualified property.

XXXII. BY TESTAMENT AND AD. V. ECCLESIASTICAL, MILITARY,
MINISTRATION.

MARITIME COURTS.

1. Antiquity of wills.

VI. COURTS OF SPECIAL JURIS-

Origin of administrations.

DICTION

2. The testator.

VII. COGNIZANCE OF PRIVATE

If infant, prisoner or vicious.

3. Incidents to a will.

WRONGS.

Codicils.

1. Ecclesiastical courts.

Requisites.

2. Miiitary or of chivalry.

Nuncupative wills.

3. Maritime or of admiralty.

4. Courts of common law.

Disinheriting a child.

Jurisdiction.

4. Erecutors and administrators.

Procedendo.

Admr. with will annexed.

Mandamus.

Who can administer.

Process and judgment.

Admr. de bonis non.

Writ of prohibition.

5. Duties of exrs. and admrs.

VIII. WRONGS AND REMEDIES.

1. Pay funeral expenses.

Real, personal mixed actions.

2. Probate the will.

3. File inventory.

1. Injuries to personal security.
4. Collect assets.

To life, limbs, health.

5. Pay decedent's debts.

Reputation.

6. Pay legacies.

Slander and libel.

7. Distribute residue.

Malicious prosecution.

Donatio causa mortis.

Advancements, customs.

2. Injuries to personal liberty.

Effect of jointure.

False imprisonment.

Executor de son tort.

Writ of habeas corpus.

The Habeas Corpus Act.

3. Injuries to private property.

BOOK III.

INJURIES TO PERSONS.

1. To a husband.

PRIVATE WRONGS.

Abduction.

Adultery.

Beating the wife.

2. To a parent.

WRONGS AND THEIR REMEDIES.

Abduction.

Marrying without consent.

I. REDRESS BY ACT OF PARTIES.

3. To guardian or ward.

1. Act of injured party.

4. To master or servant.

Self-defence.

IX. INJURIES TO PERSONAL

Recaption.

Reprisal.

Entry.

Abatement.

PROPERTY.

Distress.

Replevin. 1. Property in possession.

2. From joint act of parties.

UNLAWFUL TAKING.

Accord.

Arbitration.

Replevin.

Distress.

II. REDRESS BY OPERATION OF

UNJUST DETAINER.

LAW.

Detinue.

Trover.

Retainer.

Remitter.

2. Things in action.

III. COURTS IN GENERAL.

EXPRESS CONTRAOTS.

Of record and not of record.

Debts.

Covenants.

Advocates and attorneys.

Promises.

IV. COMMON LAW AND EQUITY.

Promissory notes.

Under statute of frauds.

1. Piepoudre. 5. Common Pleas.

IMPLIED CONTRACTS.

2. Court baron. 6. King's Bench.

3. Hundred. 7. Exchequer.

Qui tam actions.

4. County. 8. Chancery.

On quantum meruit.

9. Exchequer chamber.

Action of account or deceit.

10. House of Peers.

Liability for negligence.

11. Assize and Nisi Prius.

Warranty

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Jury of view

Challenges to jurors.

Statements of counsel.

Evidence and witnesses.

Demurrer to evidence.

Bill of exceptions.

Judge's charge.

Special verdict.

Eulogy on jury trials.

Subpæna duces tecum.

Depositions.

Change of venue.

XXIV. JUDGMENT AND ITS IN-

CIDENTS.

New trial.

Amended verdict.

Arrest of judgment.

Defects, cured by verdict.

Kinds of judgments.

Writ of inquiry.

Fines and costs.

XXV. PROCEEDINGS IN APPEALS.

Writs of attaint.

Audita querela.

Deceit. Error.

XXVI. EXECUTION.

1. Capias ad satisfaciendum.

2. Fieri facias.

3. Levari facias.

4. Elegit.

5. Extendi facias.

XXVII. COURTS OF EQUITY.

1. Infants.

2. Idiots and lunatics.

3. Charities.

4. Bankrupts.

Cases of fraud or mistake.

Cases of accident or trust.

Bill.

Answer.

Injunction. Cross bill.

Attachment. Depositions.

Demurrer. Decree.

Plea.

Costs.

BOOK IV.

PUBLIC WRONGS.

I. CRIMES, NATURE AND PUN-

ISHMENT

Defects in criminal law.

Power.

Object.

Grades.

PUNISHMENTS.

Death penalty.

Measure.

Variety.

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