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" ... in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner, to all intents and purposes, as they might have done before the passing of this act, and in case the same had never been passed. "
Transactions of the Associated Apothecaries and Surgeon- Apothecaries of ... - Page lv
1823
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The Compleat Modern Conveyancer: Being a Selection of Draughts : Drawn by ...

Conveyancing - 1778 - 865 pages
...all the reft and refidue then to come and uncxpired, of the faid feveral terms and eftates therein, in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner, to all intents and purpofcs whatfoever, a : s the faid F. E, might or could have enjoyed the fame, f the faid laft mentioned...
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The New Pocket Conveyancer, Or, Attorney's Complete Pocket-book: Comprising ...

James Barry Bird - 1796
...from henceforth for and during all the reft and refidue of the faid term of 1000 years yet unexpired, in as full, ample and beneficial a manner, to all intents and purpofes whatfoever as the faid AB his executors or admi"iftrators could or might have done, if this...
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Original Precedents in Conveyancing: Selected from the Manuscript ..., Volume 6

John Joseph Powell, Charles Barton - Conveyancing - 1802
...upon, have, and enjoy my faid real eftates, for fuch eftate and eftates, intereft and interefts, and in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner, to all intents and purpofes, as- if the perfon fo refufing or neglecting, being tenant for life, were actually dead, or...
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A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Volume 4

William Cruise - Real property - 1804
...lord or the lady " thereof for the time being, incident, belonging, or ** appertaining, and the fame in as full, ample, and ** beneficial a manner, to all intents and purpofes, as " fhe or they might or could have held or enjoyed the " fame, in cafe this aft had not...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Durham: With Observations ...

Great Britain. Board of Agriculture, John Bailey - Agriculture - 1810 - 412 pages
...such powers and liberties of win" ning, working, leading, taking, and carrying away the " same, and in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner, " to all intents and purposes, as the Bishop is now en" titled to, he and they making full satisfaction for the " damage or spoil of...
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Original Precedents in Conveyancing: Selected from the Manuscript Collection ...

John Joseph Powell - Conveyancing - 1810
...otherwife, as to the faid DE, GO and AY or the furvivor of them fhall feem requifite or expedient, in as full, ample and beneficial a manner to all intents and purpofes as the fame FR could or might have done in cak he were perfonally prefent, or as if thofe...
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A Digested Abridgment, and Comparative View, of the Statute Law of ..., Volume 1

Joseph Gabbett - Law reports, digests, etc - 1812
...that nothing herein shall prevent papists from taking any interest in lands in any manor or borough, as they might have done before the * passing of this act. And provided also (s, 4.) that nothing herein shall affect the right of any eldest son and heir of a popish...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, George Maule, William Selwyn, Henry Leigh, Richard Bowerman - Law reports, digests, etc - 1815
...respectively, as lord or lords of the said manor, or otherwise) in and upon the two commons to be inclosed, in as full ample and beneficial a manner to all intents and purposes as lie or they could or might have held and enjoyed the same in case that act bad not been made. The premises...
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A Supplement to Mr. Barton's Modern Precedents in Conveyancing: With a ...

James Barry Bird, Charles Barton - Conveyancing - 1815 - 562 pages
...of the said term yet to come and unexpired. without impeachment of or for any manner of waste, and in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner, to all intents and purposes, as the said (mortgagee) might or could have held or enjoyed the same if these presentshadnotbeen made,...
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A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Volume 5

William Cruise - Real property - 1818
...the lord or the lady thereof for the time being, incident, belonging, or appertaining; and the same in as full, ample, and beneficial a manner to all intents and purposes, as she or they might or could have held or enjoyed the same, in case the act had not been made." Before...
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