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" Now the ultimum quod sit, or the utmost limitation of a fee upon a fee, is not yet plainly determined, but it will be soon found out, if men shall set their wits on work to contrive by contingencies, to do that which the law has so long labored against,... "
Cases Argued and Decreed in the High Court of Chancery [1660-1697]. - Page 561
by Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1828
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Shower's Cases in Parliament Resolved and Adjudged Upon Petitions and Writs ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Sir Bartholomew Shower - Law reports, digests, etc - 1876 - 317 pages
...may be a Contingent Fee-jimple arije out of the firjl Fee ; that the ultimum quod fit, or the utmojl Limitation of a Fee upon a Fee is not yet plainly determined ; that tho' it be impojjible to limit a Remainder of a Fee upon a Fee, yet 'tis not impojjible to limit...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Law - 1891
...fee-simple*, yet there may be a contingent fee-simple arise out of the first fee ; that the ullimum quod sit, or the utmost limitation of a fee upon a fee, is not yet plainly determined ; that though it be impossible to limit a remainder of a fee upon a fee, yet 't is not impossible to...
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The law of perpetuities in British India

Sir Asutosh Mookerjee - Law - 1902 - 316 pages
...limited after a fee-simple, vet there may be a contingent fee-simple arise out of the first fee ; that the utmost limitation of a fee upon a fee is not yet plainly determined ; that there could not in reason be any difference between a contingency to happen during life or lives,...
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Select cases and other authorities on the law of property, Volume 5

John Chipman Gray - Property - 1908
...then to B. is s/naughty\-emaindcr, that is Pelfs and Brown'a Case. ^-~. ^ Now the ultimum quod s, or the utmost limitation of a fee upon a fee, is not...contingencies, to do that which the law has so long labored against, the thing will make itself evident, where it is inconvenient, and God forbid, but...
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Decisions, statutes, etc., concerning the law of estates in land

Estates (Law) - 1909 - 447 pages
...fie die without issue living B, then to B, is a naughty remainder; that fe Pells and Brown's Cane. Now the ultimum quod sit, or the utmost limitation...contingencies, to do that which the law has so long labored against. * * Therefore my present thoughts are that the trust of this term was well limited...
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Cases on Future Interests and Illegal Conditions and Restraints: Selected ...

Albert Martin Kales - Executory interests - 1917 - 1456 pages
...any inconvenience, any danger of a perpetuity; and whenever you stop at the limitation of a fee upon a fee, there we will stop in the limitation of a term...contingencies, to do that which the law has so long labored against, the thing will make itself evident, where it is inconvenient, and God forbid, but...
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The English Reports: House of Lords (1677-1865), Volume 1; Volume 4

Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...Fee-simple, yet there may be a Contingent Fee-simple arise out of the first Fee: that the alt im um quod git, or the utmost Limitation of a Fee upon a Fee is not yet plainly determined ; that tho' it be impossible to limit a Remainder of a Fee upon a Fee, yet 'tis not impossible to limit...
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