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" In point of fact, and agreeable to natural reason, free from artificial deductions, the husband and wife are distinct and individual persons; and accordingly, when lands are granted to them as tenants in common, thereby treating them without any respect... "
An elementary treatise on estates: ... with preliminary observations on the ... - Page 132
by Richard Preston - 1820
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A treatise on the law of real estate: and of the mode of alienation thereof ...

John Willard - Law - 1861 - 710 pages
...distinct individual persons. If a grant of land be made to them, as tenants in common, without regard to their social union, they will hold by moieties,...as other distinct and individual persons would do. (1 Preston on Estates, 132. 2 Preston on Abstracts, 41.) There are several modes by which an estate...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 28

Law - 1884
...the other hand, Preston in his work on "Estates" says: "When lands are granted to husband and wife as tenants in common, thereby treating them without...union they will hold by moieties as other distinct individual persons would do." To sustain this position he cites 1 Inst. 187 b., which several of our...
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Cotenancy and Partition: A Treatise on the Law of Co-ownership as it Exists ...

Abraham Clark Freeman - Joint tenancy - 1874 - 655 pages
...and wife can take an wtate other than by entireties. In that treatise, the assertion was made, that " in point of fact, and agreeable to natural reason,...moieties, as other distinct and individual persons would do."4 Clear as this language is, and logical as it seems to be, it has the peculiarity of being the...
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The Southern Law Review, Volume 4

Law - 1879
...brought to confront it squarely, he candidly says : " In point of fact, and agreeable to natural reason, the husband and wife are distinct and individual persons; and, accordingly, when lands are granted to them without respect to their social union, they will hold by moieties, as other distinct and individual...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 4

Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...half a century has been regarded as authority : "In point of fact, and agreeable to natural reason, the husband and wife are distinct and individual persons;...other distinct and individual persons would do.", 1 Prest. Estate, 132. The language employed in the deed under examination plainly declares that Isaac...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 104

Indiana. Supreme Court, Horace E. Carter, Albert Gallatin Porter, Gordon Tanner, Benjamin Harrison, Michael Crawford Kerr, James Buckley Black, Augustus Newton Martin, Francis Marion Dice, John Worth Kern, John Lewis Griffiths, Sidney Romelee Moon, Charles Frederick Remy - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...whose work for more than half a century has been Hadlock et ul. v. Gray. regarded as authority : " In point of fact, and agreeable to natural reason,...as other distinct and individual persons would do." 1 Preston Estates, 132. The language employed in the deed under examination plainly declares that Isaac...
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The American Law Register, Volume 25

Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...than half a century has been regarded as authority, "In point of fact and agreeable to natural reason, the husband and wife are distinct and individual persons;...as other distinct and individual persons would do:" 1 Prest. Estate 132. The language employed in the deed under examination, plainly declares that Isaac...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 40

John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...support of this Mr. Preston in his first volume on estates, p. 132, has been cited, where he Ľays: "In point of fact and agreeable to natural reason,...are distinct and individual persons; and accordingly where lands are granted to them as tenants in common, thereby treating them without any respect to...
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