Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, from the Year M DCC LXXXIX to M DCCC XVII: With a Digested Index, Volume 19 (Google eBook)

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C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1845 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 67 - Hickes have and enjoy one full moiety of his estate and effects in such manner as is thereinafter mentioned, did thereby for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators, covenant, promise and agree, to and with James Glassford and James Gaboman, their executors, &c., that from and immediately after the
Page 516 - sums of money as shall be sufficient to pay all costs and expenses which shall or may at any time or times hereafter be incurred or paid by my said trustees and 'executors, or any of them, their, or any of their heirs, executors, or administrators, or by any other person or persons, in whose
Page 169 - to the use of the Plaintiff and his assigns for and during the term of his natural life, without impeachment of waste; and from and after his decease to the heirs of his body, to
Page 169 - DEVISE to the use of the devisor's second son, A. for life without impeachment of waste, and from and, after his decease to the heirs of his body, to take as tenants in common and not as joint tenants; and in case of his decease without issue
Page 493 - that if any trader at the time he becomes bankrupt shall, by the consent and permission of the true owner, have in his possession, order, or disposition, any goods or chattels whereof
Page 70 - husband, and her children by him, should at the death of Robert Hickes have a full moiety of all the real and personal estate, of which he should die seised or possessed, it is clear, that he could not defeat the effect of that covenant by any testamentary act. The question is, whether he could
Page 293 - trade and necessary household furniture, and the wearing apparel of himself, his wife and children), shall vest in the Assignees under the Commission; who shall be entitled to seize the same in like manner as
Page 619 - that the head of mischief, that sort of material injury to the comfort of the existence of those, who dwell in the neighboring house, requiring the application of a power to prevent, as well as remedy, an evil, for which damages, more or less,
Page 514 - messuages, lands, hereditaments, and land-tax, hereby devised to them, for all or any part of the said term of 1000 years, or by and out of the rents and profits thereof, or by such other means' as to them shall seem proper, to raise from time to time such sum or sums of money as
Page 517 - clear, that it is not enough that the real estate is charged with, or devoted in any form to, the payment of the debts; but the construction must be one, that aims at finding, not that the real estate is charged, but that the personal estate is discharged ; and

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