Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: From the Year 1789 to 1817, 29 to 57 Geo. III, Volume 20 (Google eBook)

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S. Sweet and Stevens and Sons, 1827 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 711 - ... to the use of Sir Jacob Gcrrard Doiening, for life, remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, remainder to the use of his first and other sons successively...
Page 401 - Philip the son for life, remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, remainder to his first and other sons in tail male, remainder to...
Page 265 - ... but one should die without issue, or there should be but one such daughter, then to the use of such only daughter in tail...
Page 782 - ... remainder to the first and other sons of the marriage in tail male; remainder to the first and other...
Page 363 - A., and to be paid on attaining 23, with a gift over in the event of the death of all the children under...
Page 572 - Sheriff', or his certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, for which payment to be well and truly made we bind ourselves, and each and every of us in the whole, our and each and every of our heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals.
Page 568 - Johnson, and her assigns, for and during the term of her natural life...
Page 346 - ... real and personal estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, and of what nature or kind soever...
Page 487 - Chancellor directed a case to be made for the opinion of the Court of King's Bench...
Page 240 - The affairs of the partnership may be very much involved ; but if they are arrested, they would pay it It is not stated as a case, where there are no joint effects. Here it is only, that there are two funds. Their proper fund is the joint estate, and they must get as much as they can from that first I have no difficulty in ordering them to be admitted to prove, but not to receive a dividend.

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