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" Westminster-Hall stands ? where will you stop if you do not stop here? I will tell you where I will stop: I will stop wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of a fee-simple upon a fee-simple are not yet determined, but the... "
Cases Argued and Decreed in the High Court of Chancery [1660-1697]. - Page 573
by Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1828
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1854
...wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of a fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined ; but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regulate that." So that your 311 Lordships will see that that question was precisely germane to this. The question...
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The House of Lords Cases on Appeals and Writs of Error, Claims of ..., Volume 4

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Charles Clark, William Finnelly - Law reports, digests, etc - 1870
...wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of a fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined ; but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regulate it." So that your Lordships will see that that question was precisely germane to this. The question was...
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The rule against perpetuities

John Chipman Gray - Perpetuities - 1886 - 499 pages
...wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of a , fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined, but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regulate it." 2 170. The Duke of Norfolk's Case marks the close of the first stage in the history of the Rule...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Law - 1891
...: what if it lie limited, if such a one die without issue within twenty -one years, or one hundred years, or while Westminster-Hall stands? where will...is no inconvenience in this settlement, no tendency to a perpetuity in tliis limitation, and no rule of law broken by the conveyance, what should make...
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Reports of State Trials: New Series... 1820 to [1858]...

Sir John Macdonnell, Sir John Edward Power Wallis - Trials - 1898
...will stop, I will stop wherever I any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of n fee-simple upon a fee-simple are not yet determined ; but the first inconvenience that nriseth upon it will regulate that." So that your lordships will sec that that : question was precisely...
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Ruling Cases, Volume 24

Irving Browne, Leonard Augustus Jones, James Tower Keen, Edward Manson, John Melville Gould - Law reports, digests, etc - 1901
...wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear; for the just bounds of a fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined ; but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regu[*418] late that." So that your * Lordships will see that that question was precisely germane to...
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The law of perpetuities in British India

Sir Asutosh Mookerjee - Law - 1902 - 316 pages
...wherever any visible inconvenience doth appear ; for the just bounds of a fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined, but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it, will regulate it ; " and, " whenever you stop at the limitation of a fee upon a fee, there will we stop in the limitation...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Property - 1908
...appear; forTIie just r \^^ bounds of a fee-simple upon a fee-shnple~5re~nol~yet cTelerrmned, out ~ the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will...is no inconvenience in this settlement, no tendency to a perpetuity in this limitation, and no rule of law broken by the conve3'ance, what should make...
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Decisions, statutes, etc., concerning the law of estates in land

Estates (Law) - 1909 - 447 pages
...for, as I said before, when I first delivered my opinion, it was resolved to be a good limitation, 19 Eliz., in the case of Hinde and Lyon, 3 Leonard 64;...first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regulate that. First of all then, I would fain have anyone answer me, where there is no inconvenience in this...
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Law and Business ...

William Homer Spencer - Commercial law - 1911
...whenever any visible inconvenience doth appear, for the just bounds of a fee simple upon a fee simple are not yet determined, but the first inconvenience that ariseth upon it will regulate it." In 1736, about sixty years later, the case of Stephens v. Stephens, reported in Cas. Temp. Talb. 228,...
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