A Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant (Google eBook)

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J. Butterworth, 1823 - Landlord and tenant - 959 pages
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Contents

On the mode of falsifying collusive recoveries suffered by
60
Of remitters since the statute of uses
66
Of the execution of leases
71
Of specific performance in favour of persons succeeding
84
On grants of ancient offices by ecclesiastical persons
86
Of the qualifications of the lessor to make a freehold lease
99
Of the exercise of powers by femes covert and infants
100
Of the exercise of powers by assignees of insolvents
101
On the durability of leases with reference to the interest
102
General observations with reference to avoiding or affirming
133
Of the action of replevin
140
On the extent of the relief in equity on setting aside charity
142
On the qualifications of lessees
143
Of the distinction between avoiding deeds by the common law
152
General cases of fraud
159
Lessee must in general be a party to the lease
166
On the limitation
167
Of agreements
176
on objections to the landlords title
210
of specific performance against a party not competent
217
of specific performance of agreements made by tenant
223
on the doctrine of laches
231
Of agreements as present demises
263
Of assignments
269
On the construction and execution of leases
282
Of collateral agreements
288
On operative words of grant
293
on estovers
337
on emblements i 310
343
on exceptions
349
Of covenants
394
of specific performance after an act amounting
398
distinction between exceptions and reservations
404
Of farming covenants
410
Of covenants relating to tithes
429
Of joint joint and several or several covenants
435
How covenants may be discharged
441
Of covenants in leases by spiritual persons under the stat
449
Of the confirmation of leases made by spiritual persons
465
CHAPTER IV
473
Of confirmation of voidable estates
479
On the demand necessary for rent
595
on the right of recoverors in a common recovery
603
of the nature of the property which is distrainable
610
of goods in possession of the assignees of a bankrupt
618
of rescous and pound breach
624
Of the sale of the distress
660
Of the costs to be taken in cases of distress for rents under
668
On the action of debt
677
On the action of debt
679
distinction between rent and sums in gross as to
688
of specific performance in favour of tenants in pos
694
when local and when transitory
697
eviction
703
On the remedy in equity by injunction to restrain breaches
709
On relief at law and in equity against the penalties of such
715
On Injunctions o restrain waste
720
On trover against executors for waste by their testator
727
CHAPTER VI
728
on reentry for omitting to insure
737
on waiver of forfeiture
747
Of forfeitureby feoffment or otherwise
765
On notice to quit
768
On trespass for mesne profits
811
On merger
817
On the law of landlord and tenant as it relates
825
On the vacating leases by nonresidence
835
Statutes relating to plantations in Ireland
842
The bankers act
848
On possessory bills
858
Assignments
861
Agreement for the sale of leasehold premises
864
Indenture offeoffment
865
For payment of rent and taxes
871
Covenants to renew
877
A building and repairing lease
880
Form of lease in schedule D of the slat 52 Geo III
886
Assignment of a lease for twentyone years after a sale
892
Covenants
893
EXPRESS SURRENDERS
903
of the bequest of renewed and renewable leases
948
On the action on the case in nature of waste 722
951

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Page 124 - I do direct that the receipt and receipts of my said trustees, and the survivor of them, and the heirs and assigns of such survivor...
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Page 168 - A copyholder in fee, who had paid a fine on his original admission, surrendered to the use of himself for life, remainder to his wife for life, remainder over.
Page 625 - ... premises chargeable with such rents or services, or to any distress or seizure, sale or disposal of any goods or chattels thereupon ; it shall and may be lawful to and for the defendant or defendants in such actions to plead the general issue, and give the special matter in evidence...
Page 798 - ... shall actually find security, by the recognizance of himself and two sufficient sureties, in such reasonable sum as the judge shall direct, conditioned not to commit any waste, or act in the nature of waste, or other wilful damage, and not to sell or carry off any standing crops, hay, straw, or manure produced or made (if any) upon the premises, and which may happen to be thereupon, from the day on which the verdict shall have been given to the day on which execution shall finally be made upon...
Page 889 - Hedrick at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold, and by these presents...
Page 890 - HATH granted bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed, and by these Presents, DOTH grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm...
Page 288 - g reements (1677) no action shall be brought whereby to charge any executor or administrator upon any special promise to answer damages out of his own estate...
Page 661 - ... and the tenant or owner of the goods so distrained shall not, within five days next after such distress taken, and notice thereof (with the cause of such taking) left at the chief mansion-house, or other most notorious place on the premises charged with the rent distrained for, replevy the same, with sufficient security to be given to the sheriff according to law...
Page 150 - ... be made by deed indented, sealed, and delivered in the presence of two or more credible...

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