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A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property - Page 41
by William Cruise - 1824
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A practical treatise of the law of vendors and purchasers of estates

Edward Burtenshaw Sugden - Law - 1805 - 461 pages
...thereby (y). An agreement, however, will not be considered as partly executed, unless the acts done are such as could be done with no other view,* or design, than to perform the agreement ; and if it do not appear but that the acts done might be done with other views, the agreement will...
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A Treatise of Equity, Volume 1

Henry Ballow - Equity - 1820
...distinctions upon the question, what acts amount to a part performance. The general rule is, that the acts must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not such as are merely introductory or ancillary to it ; Gunter v. Halsey, Amb. 586. Whitbread...
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The Law of Landlord and Tenant: To which is Added an Appendix of Precedents

William Woodfall - Landlord and tenant - 1822 - 668 pages
...is binding (g). As to what acts amount to a part performance, the general rule is, (b) that the acts must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not such as are merely introductory or ancillary to it. A tender of conveyances, therefore, is...
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Sheppard's Precedent of Precedents: Or One General Precedent for Common ...

Thomas Walter Williams, William Sheppard - Conveyancing - 1825 - 579 pages
...ilmt such contract was never made. 1 Fonbl. B. 1. c.3. s. 8. And the general rule is, that the acts must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not such as are merely introductory or ancillary. The giving possession is therefore to be considered...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: From ...

Martin John West, Philip Yorke Earl of Hardwicke - Equity - 1827 - 764 pages
...there were queries in the margin, though no proof who made them. As to the acts done in performance, they must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement ; and said, in this case it did not appear but that the acts done by the defendant might be done with...
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Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, Charles Ambler, Great Britain. Courts - Equity - 1828 - 961 pages
...there were queries in the margin, though no proof who made them. As to the acts done in performance, they must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform torn v. Tunbridgc, 2 Mau. & Sel. 434. Ramsboltom v. Morlletl, ib. 445. See Whilchurch v. Bevis, 2 Bro....
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A New Abridgement of the Law, Volume 1

Matthew Bacon - Law - 1832
...not a part performance. Cooth v. Jackson, 6 Ves. 41 .|j [Acts done in part performance, must be ach as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not inch as are merely introductory or ancillary to it. Ex parts Hooper, 19 Ves. 479. 1 Meriv....
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The Law-dictionary, Explaining the Rise, Progress, and Present ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Edlyne Tomlins, Thomas Colpitts Granger - Law - 1835
...Bevis, 2 Bro. Rep. 566. As to what acts amount to a part performance, the general rule is, that the acts must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not such as are merely introductory, or ancillary to it. Gunter v. Halsey, Amb. 586: Whitbread...
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Commentaries on Colonial and Foreign Laws Generally: And in Their ..., Volume 2

William Burge - Comparative law - 1838
...statute to be guilty of fraud. (6) It is not considered as partly executed, unless the acts done are such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, or perhaps, to speak more correctly, with the view of the agreement being performed. When it does not...
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A New Abridgment of the Law with Large Additions and Corrections, Volume 1

Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwilliam, Charles Edward Dodd, John Bouvier - Law - 1846
...surveying, &c., are not a part performance. Cooth T. Jackson, 6 Ves. 41.|| [Acts done in part performance, must be such as could be done with no other view or design than to perform the agreement, and not such as are merely introductory or ancillary to it. Ex parts Hooper, 19 Ves. 479 ; 1 Meriv....
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