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" God forbid, but that mischief should be obviated and prevented. I have done with the legal reasons of the case : it is fit for us here a little to observe the equitable reasons of it ; and I think this deed is good both in law and equity ; and the equity... "
Cases Argued and Decreed in the High Court of Chancery [1660-1697]. - Page 562
by Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1828
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Select Cases and Other Authorities on the Law of Property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Personal property - 1891
...deed is good both in law and equity ; and the equity in this case is much stronger, and ought to swny a man very much to incline to the making good this...was prudence in the earl to take care, that when the honor descended upon Henry, a little better support should be given to Charles, who was the next man,...
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Select Cases and Other Authorities on the Law of Property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Property - 1908
...equitable reasons of it ; and I think this deed is good both in law and equity ; and the equity in this case is much stronger, and ought to sway a man very...was prudence in the earl to take care, that when the honor descended upon Henry, a little better support should be given to Charles, who was the next man,...
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Cases on Future Interests and Illegal Conditions and Restraints: Selected ...

Albert Martin Kales - Executory interests - 1917 - 1456 pages
...equitable reasons of it; and I think this deed is good both in law and equity ; and the equity in this case is much stronger, and ought to sway a man very...was prudence in the earl to take care, that when the honor descended upon Henry, a little better support should be given to Charles, who was the next man,...
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The English Reports, Volume 4; Volume 57

Law reports, digests, etc - 1905
...an interest in the estate devised. Lord Nottingham applies his argument thus : " The equity in this case is much stronger, and ought to sway a man very...incline to the making good this settlement if he can. It was prudence in the earl to take care that, when the honour descended upon Henry, a little better...
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