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" 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... "
The Jurist - Página 94
1847
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Commentaries on the Laws of England Applicable to Real Property

William Blackstone, Alexander Leith, James Frederick Smith - 1880 - 604 páginas
...lands of which the wife was not actually seised : 'viz., that' in order to entitle himself to such estate, he must have begotten issue that may be heir...the wife: but no one, by the standing rule of law 'prior to 4th Wm. IV.c. 1,' could be heir to the ancestor, of any lands whereof the ancestor was not...
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Principles of the Law of Real Property: Intended as a First Book for the Use ...

Joshua Williams - 1886 - 437 páginas
...any lands of which the wife was not actually seised ; becanse, in order to entitle himself to such estate, he must have begotten issue that may be heir...not actually seised ; and, therefore, as the husband had never begotten *any issue that can be heir to those lands, he shall not be tenant of them by the...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England ...

William Blackstone, William Gardiner Hammond - 1890
...of which the wife was not actually seised, * because, in order to entitle himself to such estate, ho must have begotten issue that may be heir to the wife...husband hath never begotten any issue that can be heir to those lands, he shall not be tenant of them by the curtesy." And hence we may observe with how much...
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Abridgment of Blackstone's Commentaries

William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague - 1893 - 533 páginas
...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...not actually seised ; and therefore as the husband Imtli never begotten any issue that can be heir to those lands, he shall not be tenant of them by the...
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Principles of the Law of Real Property: Intended as a First Book for the Use ...

Joshua Williams, Thomas Cyprian Williams - 1896 - 711 páginas
...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...wife ; but no one, by the standing rule of law, can Litt. s. 52. (e) 8 Rep. 36 a. Co. Litt. 40 a. (/) 2 Black. Comrn. 128. be heir to the ancestor of any...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England in One Volume Together with a Copious ...

William Blackstone (Sir) - 1897 - 808 páginas
...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. Question of Time. The time when the issue was born is immaterial, provided it was during the coverture...
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Blackstone's Commentaries Abridged

William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague - 1899 - 544 páginas
...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...husband hath never begotten any issue that can be heir to those lands, he shall not be tenant of them by the curtesy. The time when the issue was born is...
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Readings in the Law of Real Property: An Elementary Collection of ...

George Washington Kirchwey - 1900 - 555 páginas
...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...husband hath never begotten any issue that can be heir to those lands, he shall not be tenant of them by the curtesy. And hence we may observe with how much...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Libro 2

William Blackstone - 1902 - 2021 páginas
...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:(s6) but no one, by the standing rule of law, can be heir to the ancestor of any land, whereof...
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Selected Cases on the Law of Property in Land

William Albert Finch - 1904 - 1355 páginas
...any lands of which the wife was not actually seised, because, in order to entitle himself to such an estate, he must have begotten issue that may be heir...land, whereof the ancestor was not actually seised." 2 Bla. Com. 128. In a subsequent passage, he suggests an additional reason. It is as follows: " A seisin...
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