The Law and Practice of Ejectments: Being a Compendious Treatise of the Common and Statute Law Relating Thereto (Google eBook)

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R. and B. Nutt and F. Gosling, 1741 - Ejectment - 360 pages
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Page 206 - ... 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), ALL THAT [parcels, general words : All the estate clause].
Page 126 - March then laft paft, to the full end and term of five years from thence next enfuing, and fully to be compleat and ended ; by virtue of which...
Page 199 - TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said tract of land and all and singular other the premises hereby granted and released and every part and parcel thereof with their and every of their appurtenances...
Page 214 - September then laft part, to the full End and Term of five Years from thence next enfuing and fully to be compleat and ended ; by Virtue of which...
Page 130 - Westminster, by some attorney of that court, and then and there, by a rule to be made of the same court, to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead ; otherwise I shall suffer judgment to be entered against me, and you will be turned out of possession.
Page 204 - Francis prays a writ of the lord the king, to be directed to the sheriff of the county aforesaid, to cause him to have full seisin of the tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenances : and it is granted unto him, returnable here without delay.
Page 268 - Saunders. by their attorneys within contained ; and the jurors of the jury whereof mention is within made being called, certain of them, to wit, Charles...
Page 289 - September in the year of our Lord according to the Computation of the Church of England one thousand...
Page 156 - Years, from thence next enfuing, and fully to be compleat and ended, if the faid CDE his Wife, and C.
Page 195 - And whereupon they say tliat they were seised of the tenements aforesaid with appurtenances in their demesne as of fee and right in time of peace in the time of Our Lord the King that now is by taking the profits thereof, to the value &c.

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