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Page 177 - preserve contingent Remainders; Remainder to her first and other Sons in Tail Male; Remainder to her Daughter and her first and other Sons, and to D. and his first and other Sons, successively in the same Manner; and gave to B. and C. other Benefits by his Will; and gave the Residue to D.; who filed a
Page 123 - Bequest in Trust for such Objects of Benevolence and Liberality as the Trustee in his own Discretion shall most approve, cannot be supported as a charitable Legacy; and is therefore a Trust for the next of Kin. Morice v. The Bishop of Durham.
Page 124 - Bequest, in Trust for such Objects of Benevolence and Liberality as the Trustee in his own Discretion shall most approve, cannot be supported as a charitable Legacy; and is therefore a Trust for the next of Kin. Morice v. The Bishop of Durham.
Page 292 - not applicable to the second Marriage of a Daughter, who had married between the Date of the Will and the Death of the Testator, and was a Widow at his Death.
Page 221 - Voluntary Settlement by a Widow upon a Clergyman and his Family set aside; as obtained by undue Influence and abused Confidence in the Defendant, as an Agent undertaking the .Management of her Affairs; upon the Principle of public Policy and Utility, applicable to the Relation of Guardian and Ward, &c. -Hiiguenin v.
Page 70 - upon a Loan of Stock, to secure a Retransfer and the Dividends in the mean Time. The Obligor becoming a Bankrupt after the Day mentioned in the Condition, Proof was admitted for the Amount of the Dividends due before the Bankruptcy, and the Value of the Stock at the Date of the Commission,
Page 492 - to be settled in strict Settlement; and that the Interest of such Residue should accumulate, and be laid out in Lands to be settled in like Manner. Various Circumstances having delayed the Collection and Investment of the personal Estate, the Tenant for Life was held entitled to the Interest from the End of a Year after
Page 529 - Testator by his Will gave Legacies to A. and B. describing them as Grand-Children of C. and their Residence in America: by a Codicil he revoked these Legacies, giving as a Reason, that the Legatees were dead : the Fact not being true, they were held entitled upon Proof of Identity. Campbell v. French.
Page 314 - Patrice, to control the Right of a Father to the Possession of his Child under Circumstances. Order, restraining him from removing the Child, or doing any Act towards, or for the Purpose of, removing it, out of the Jurisdiction. The Court would not give the Possession to the Mother, having withdrawn from her Husband. De Manneville v. De