A Practical Treatise on the Law Concerning Lunatics, Idiots, and Persons of Unsound Mind (Google eBook)

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S. Sweet and Stevens & Sons, 1833 - Insanity (Law) - 866 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER II
9
Cases of doubtful evidence are to be tried by
10
Emmett In re
12
Ludlow Ex parte 202 228
13
Of the jurisdiction of the Court of Chan
15
HI ofthe jurisdiction in Scotland
28
CHAPTER III
35
Partial insanity
41
Eccentricity usually accompanies partial insanity
47
Parkers case 461
50
Length of timebefore sanity of party is ques
56
How far suicide is to be considered as evidence
57
Walker
59
Rhodes 296
62
Inquisitions of lunacy how far evidence of insanity
64
Cole v Robins 411
70
CHAPTER IV
74
Prosser 240
81
ofthe circumstances under which the com
86
Beaumont 189
87
Grant 197
89
Flint In re
91
Fraser 285
93
ofthe execution of the commission of
95
Scott 410
99
Frank In re 100 105 128 146
100
Matthew In re
107
Of the inquisition under the commission
108
Dawson 395
109
Eyre 288
119
Cooper 336
123
CHAPTER V
130
Pettys case 245
131
Bernet t Taylor 285 494
133
Gallwey others v Christie 439
136
ofthe committee of the person
137
natics estate
145
Webb 337
148
Bacon 237
149
Alderson In re
154
Of the removal of committees
166
In re
173
Calcraft
174
Kersey 284 285
178
of the estate
179
Sellars 54 338
180
Garnets case 23
189
Ross al Russ v Chester 324
200
Holyland Ex parte 52
206
tates and transfer of the funds belong
208
Jeyes 89
214
Ives 285
222
Of the conversion of the real and personal
226
Wilbraham 424 425
232
Parke
237
Rustons case 495
241
CHAPTER VI
242
Annandale Ex parte 19 226 375
245
Burrows 401
252
ofalienation by deed
255
Annesley In re 163
262
Of proceedings in Courts of Equity
265
Dawson Chater
270
Glover Exparte 126 206
271
CHAPTER VII
274
The capacity of testators as to real estate is
281
Jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Courts in deter
305
Huntsman In re 384
308
Degge Ex parte 236
312
Neals case 137 144
316
Tyrrell Harding v Marsh
332
Gordon 495
334
C
337
Jenner
338
CHAPTER VIII
339
Cadogan In re
343
Grove In re
349
Deller In re
357
Hodgeson 284 287
366
Iredale In re
371
Newport In re 135
374
ofconveyances of estates and the trans
375
Cant Ex parte
389
De Lisle In re 150 676
396
Johnston 5 417 427 435
397
Meech 320 325
405
Norman
407
Collett
408
CHAPTER X
415
King 313
417
Eagleton Coventry v Kingston
422
Hahn In re 213
431
and Thwaites t Farley 333
434
Bird 313
437
CHAPTER XI
446
CHAPTER XII
458
Chandos Duchess of In re 21374
461
Offords case
463
Cook 285
470
Knox 123
471
Hampson 265
486
CHAPTER XIII
488
Lacey Ex parte 371
493
Tatham r Wright 55
495
PART I
497
Insolvent lunatic debtors 7 Geo 4 c 57 13
525
County lunatic asylums in England 9 Geo 4 c 40
532
Lunatic asylums in Ireland 1 2 Geo 4 c 33
566
Hardstone In bonis 338
584
List of houses licensed by the Metropolitan Commis
622
Wright 240
623
Commission of lunacy and proceedings relating thereto
630
AFFIDAVITS
637
In support of petitions to supersede commissions
648
PETITIONS IN LUNACY AND ORDERS THEREON
655
Baker In re 127 204 381
657
After the return of the inquisition
662
Harris In re 203
694
As to passing the accounts of committees
700
Respecting the wills of lunatics
709
To supersede a commission to avoid a marriage
715
Relating to the sale and purchase of estates
727
Of a curator
738
Relating to lunatic trustees and mortgagees not found
747
General orders in lunacy
756
Lease by the owner of one moiety of an estate and
765
Reconveyance of lands vested in a mortgagee of
770
ASSIGNMENT
777
PART IV
784
Addenda
798
Index
807
Barker 414
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Page 235 - that nothing was better established than this principle, that money directed to be employed in the purchase of land, and land directed to be sold and turned into money, are to be considered as that species of property into which they are directed to be converted...
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Page 405 - ... shall have expired, make an entry or distress, or bring an action to recover such land or interest at any time within five years next after the passing of this Act.
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