The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York

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Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009 - 590 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1850. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... TITLE XII. OF MISCELLANEOUS PROCEEDINGS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS. Chaptbr I. Disposition of the real property of infants. II. Discovering the death of a person on whose life an estate depends. III. The collection and remission of fines and forfeitures. IV. General provisions. CHAPTER I. DISPOSITION OF THE REAL PROPERTY OF INFANTS. Sbction 1629. Conveyance of Infants' estates under previous contract. 1630. Sale of infant's estate when necessary. 1631. Manner of application and service of notice. 1632. Special guardian to be appointed. 1633. Guardian to give security. 1634. What security required. 1635. Court to hear evidence, or may refer. 1636. Order to be made, its contents. 16T7. Report of sale to be confirmed. 1638. Court to direct disposition of proceeds. 1639. Proceeding when property is subject to dower. 1640. Several infants included in one application. 1641. Costs limited. 1629. A conveyance by an infant, of real property, owned or held by him, may be ordered by the supreme court in an action in either of the following cases: 1. When the property is held in trust for another: 2. When an agreement to convey the property has been made, and the agreement ought to be specifically performed by the infant. When so ordered, the conveyance is as effectual as if the infant were of full age. B: it nothing in this chapter affects a sale of infants' estate when made, as provided in special statutes, by an executor or administrator, upon an order of the surrogate's court. 1630. The real property and leasehold estate of an infant, may he sold or mortgaged under the direction of the supreme court, or the county court of the county in a special proceeding, on the application in writing of the general guardian or some person next of kin of the infant, for him, ...

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