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Page 57 - Rule in Shelley's Case is stated by Lord Coke (1 ^Coke 93)3, 1O4b, 76 Eng. Reprint 206, 234) to be that "When the ancestor, by any gift or conveyance taketh an estate of freehold, and in the same gift or conveyance an estate is limited, either mediately or immediately to his heirs In fee or in tail .... the heirs are words of limitation of the estate and not words of purchase", and by Preston on Estates (Vol.
Page 137 - ... law relating to joint-stock companies . . . Law students may well read it ; for Mr. Smith has very wisely been at the pains of giving his authority for all his statements of the law or of practice, as applied to joint-stock company business usually transacted in solicitors
Page 16 - ... who are for the time being under the settlement trustees with power of sale of the settled land, or...
Page 125 - It is, however, in our opinion, a well and carefully written little work, and should be in the hands of every student who is taking up Admiralty Law at the Final.
Page 133 - NEW CASES WITH MARCH'S TRANSLATION. In 8vo., 1873, price 4/. 4^., calf antique, BROOKE'S (Sir Robert) New Cases in the time of Henry VIII., Edward VI., and Queen Mary, collected out of Brooke's Abridgment, and...
Page 55 - not subject to a condition precedent." (c) An estate vested in any person, but liable to be overreached and brought to an end by means of an executory limitation, eg, to A and his heirs to such uses as B shall appoint...
Page 15 - The power shall not be revoked at any time, either by anything done by the donor of the power without the concurrence of the donee of the power, or by the death, marriage, lunacy, unsounduess of mind, or bankruptcy of the donor of the power...
Page 132 - The instructive chapter which precedes the cases, entitled ' A proposal for rendering the Laws of England clear and certain,' gives the volume a degree of peculiar interest, independent of the value of many of the reported cases. That chapter begins with words which ought, for the information of every people, to be printed in letters of gold. They are as follows : ' Nothing conduces more to the peace and prosperity of every nation than good laws and the due execution of mem.
Page 136 - BUCHANAN (J.), Reports of Cases decided in the Supreme Court of the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 1868, 1869, 1870-73, and 74. Bound in Three Vols. Royal Svo. 1875, 1876, 1879, etc. MENZIES' (W.), Reports of Cases decided in the Supreme Court of the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.