The law of equitable mortgages: treating of the liens of vendors and purchasers, of the rights and remedies of equitable mortgagees by deposit of deeds and other securities, and particularly with reference to the claims of judgment creditors, the effect of notice with regard to equitable mortgages, and of proceedings on the bankruptcy of equitable mortgagors, with observations on the case of Whitworth v. Gaugain, and an appendix containing forms of equitable deposits, &c (Google eBook)

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S. Sweet, 1844 - Forms (Law) - 286 pages
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Page 239 - 1 & 2 VICT. c. 110. An Act for abolishing Arrest on Mesne Process in Civil Actions, except in certain Cases; for extending the Remedies of Creditors against the Property of Debtors ; and for amending the Laws for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England. [16th August, 1838.]
Page 250 - a Court of common law, and orders in bankruptcy or lunacy, which, since the passing of the said recited act of the first and second years of the reign of her present Majesty, have been registered under the provisions therein contained, or which shall hereafter be so registered, shall, after the expiration of
Page 251 - profession of the person whose estate is intended to be affected thereby, and the Court of equity, and the title of the cause or information, and the day when the bill or information was filed, shall be left with the senior master of the said Court of Common Pleas, who shall forthwith enter the same,
Page 250 - passed in the first and second years of her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled " An Act for abolishing Arrest on Mesne Process in Civil Actions, except in certain Cases; for extending the Remedies of Creditors against the Property of Debtors ; and for amending the Laws for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England,
Page 142 - at the time of entering up the judgment, or at any time afterwards, or over which such person shall at the time of entering up such judgment, or at any time afterwards, have any disposing power, which he might without the assent of any other person exercise for his own benefit. And by the 13th section of the
Page 235 - facias unto the sheriff for to levy the debt of the lands and goods; or that the sheriff shall deliver to him all the chattels of the debtor (saving only his oxen and beasts of his plough,) and the one-half of his lands until the debt be levied upon a reasonable price or extent. And
Page 124 - any time afterwards, have any disposing power, which he might, without the assent of any other person, exercise for his own benefit; and that every judgment creditor shall have the same remedies in a Court of equity against
Page 123 - or to which the debtor shall at the time of entering up such judgment, or at any time afterwards, be seised, possessed, or entitled for any estate or interest whatever, at law or in equity, whether in possession, reversion or expectancy, or over which
Page 124 - as he would be entitled to in case the person against whom such judgment should have been so entered up had power to charge the same hereditaments, and had by writing under his hand agreed to charge the same with the amount of the judgment debt and interest.
Page 235 - whom any writ or precept is or shall be directed, at the suit '""' of any person or persons, of, for and upon any judgment, statute or recognizance hereafter to be made or had, to do, make and deliver execution unto the party in that behalf suing, of such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents and hereditaments,

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