A Digest of the Laws of England: Respecting Real Property, Volume 3

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Alsop, Brannan and Alsop, City-hotel, Broad-way., 1808 - Real property
 

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Contents

The King and Queen id
12
Marriage Contracts by female Infants
13
By male Infants
17
Infant Trustees may convey _ id
20
Persons attainted
21
Conveyances to charitable Uses
22
Consideration
24
Reading
25
Signing and sealing id
26
of the Form and orderly Parts of a Deed PAGE The Premises
30
Attestatien
31
Recital
37
24 Grant
38
Description of Things granted id
45
Habendum id
46
Condition
48
CHAP IV
50
Lineal Warranty
52
Assets
53
Collateral Warranty
54
Statute of Gloucester
56
Statute de Domis id
59
A collateral Warranty bars Estates Tail
61
Statute 11 Hen VII c 20
62
CHAP V
65
Implied Covenants
66
Joint and several Covenants id
67
Covenants real
68
Bind all claiming under the Grantee
69
And all claiming under the Grantor
74
Covenants for the Title to Lands
77
Usually restrained to the Acts of the Vendor
81
Who are held to claim through the Vendor
84
Or by his Default
85
Covenants for preduction of TitleDeeds id
86
Who are bound to enter into these Covenants
92
Conclusion
99
CHAP VI
100
Of Livery of Seisin
101
Who may convey by Feoffment
106
Creates a Discontinuance
110
No technical Words necessary
112
CHAP VII
116
Jointtenants Coparceners and Tenants in Common id
119
Husbands seised jure uxoris
120
Ecclesiasticks seised jure ecclesiae id
121
Tenants for Life
128
Tenants in Dower and by the Curtesy
129
F xecutors and Administrators id
130
Of void and voidable Leases id
131
CHAP VIII
139
Can only be between two Parties
141
Who may exchange
142
Of a Partition
143
Of a Release id
145
Mitter le Droit
147
By Extinguishment
150
Of a Confirmation 152
151
CHAP IX
156
What Estate necessary
158
Of an assignment
160
No technical Words necessary w
161
CHAP X
165
Effect of a Bond as to the Obligor
167
Statute of Fraudulent Devises
168
Where the Remedy may exceed the Penalty id
168
CHAP XI
168
Of a Bargain and Sale
173
Who may convey by Bargain and Sale 174
175
What may be conveyed by
176
What Consideration necessary
178
Must be inrolled
179
ExceptionLands in Cities and Boroughs 182
180
Relation of the Inrolment
183
CHAP XII
185
What Consideration necessary 188
192
A Bargain and Sale and Covenant to stand seised do not devest any Estate
193
No Uses can be declared on these Conveyances
194
CHAP XIII
195
Who may convey by and what 198
What Consideration necessary 199
CHAP XVI
261
CHAP XVII
291
Power to limit a Jointure proportioned to the Wifes Fortune
293
CHAP XVIII
296
3d As to the Time when the Lease is to commence
303
A general Power only authorises Leases in Possession
304
4th As to the Duration of the Lease id
308
5th As to the Rent 313
47
An Appºintment to Persons not objects of the Power
50
6th As to the Clauses and Covenants 320
is void 269
4
CHAP XIX
4
Where there is Fraud 329
6
Where a complete Execution is prevented by Accident id
6
CHAP XX
8
A Fine or Recovery 334
8
Powers to Lease not barred by a Charge on the Land 336
9
Powers collateral not barred by Release or Convey ance 337
10
Person id
11
Register Acts 343
11
CHAP XXII
Whether Copyholds are within these Statutes id
Duress 406
CHAP XXIII
4
2
19
Particular Rules 429
37
Habendum 431
40
Where repugnant to Premises 433
11
Where it is not controlled by the Premises 436
17
CHAP XXIV
21
These Rules applicable to Declarations of Trust
27
Limitation to M and his Wife and the Heirs of
29
Body of A or of his Wife 446
33
Effect of a Limitation to the Heirs of the Body of M 449
35
Usual Modes of Limiting Estates Tail 451
45
CHAP XXV
Mode in which Limitations are vested 474
Both the Estates must be created by the same Instrument 478
2
It is the same where the Ancestor takes by ºplation 480
4
Nor to the Word Heir in the Singular Number 481
5
CHAP xxvi
12
History of Settlements 493
14
This Rule applied to springing and shifting Uses 496
17
Pace
20
But not to Remainders after Estates Tail 503
21
Terms for Years 505
23
TITLE XXXIII
29
Some Cases in which private Acts may be obtained 513
33
Will bar an Estate Tail and all Remainders over 520
36
As to Bills relative to Estates in Ireland 560
54
TITLE XXXIV
54
Of the Kings private Property 566
65
of the Manner of levying Fines
65
Ancient Manner of levying Fines 10
75
Concord 23
75
Foot or Chirograph id
75
CHAP III
75
17 Fines sur Cognizance de Droit tantum 50
75
Fines sur Concessit 52
75
CHAP IV
57
Of the County Palatine of Lancaster 58
59
Of the County of the City of Chester 60
60
Of the County Palatine of Durham 61
61
Of the Great Sessions in Wales 62
62
Courts of Cities and Corporate Towns 65
66
Judges of Assize 70
69
How the Acknowledgment is to be certified 71
71
Rules of Court respecting the taking of Fines by Dedimus 74
79
CHAP V
80
The King 4 The Queen id
81
Coparceners JointTenants and Tenants in common 84
84
Who are disabled from levying Fines id
92
Infant Trustees may levy Fines 93
93
Idiots and Lunaticks 94
94
Corporations
97
CHAP VI
99
Tithes 100
100
New River Shares 101
101
By what Descriptions 102
102
CHAP VII
109
Entry of the Kings Silver 111
111

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