A Practical Treatise of the Law of Vendors & Purchasers of Estates

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Page 82 - by him authorised. And that as to goods, some note, or memorandum in writing of the bargain, shall be made and signed by the parties to be charged by such contracts, or their agents, thereunto authorised. And
Page 566 - or conveyance is directed by the acts to be under the hand and seal of some or one of the grantors or grantees, his or their heirs, executors, or administrators, guardians, or trustees, attested by two witnesses, one whereof to be one of the witnesses to the execution of the deed; which witness shall, upon
Page 57 - no action shall be brought, whereby to charge any, person upon any agreement made upon any contract, or sale of lauds, tenements, or hereditaments, or any interest in, or concerning them
Page 582 - protestant, during the life, or until the conformity of such papist. And by this act papists were rendered incapable of purchasing lands either in their own names, or in the names of trustees; and all estates made to them were declared to be utterly void and of none effect, to all intents, constructions, and purposes •whatsoever. To remedy the
Page 212 - Lord Eldon appears to have been of opinion, that no such distinction exists. His Lordship said, that unless the inadequacy of price is such as shocks the conscience, and amounts in itself to conclusive and decisive evidence of fraud in the transaction, it is not a sufficient ground for refusing a specific performance.
Page 50 - at any time or times during his life, by any deed or deeds, writing or writings, with or without power of revocation, to be scaled and delivered, in the presence of,
Page 413 - 3. Where the trust is for payment of debts generally, a purchaser is not bound to see to the application of the purchase-money, although he has notice of the debts ; for a purchaser cannot be expected to see to the due observance of a trust so
Page 497 - WHERE two or more persons purchase lands, and advance the money in equal proportions, and take a conveyance to them and their heirs, this is a joint tenancy, that is, a purchase by them jointly of the chance of survivorship, which may happen to the one of them as well as to the other (a)
Page 57 - or created by livery and seisin only, or by parol, and not put in writing by the parties so making or creating the same, or their agents thereunto lawfully authorized by writing, shall have the effect of leases or estates at will, any consideration for making any such parol leases or estates
Page 7 - into the secret recesses of the other's heart, so as to know whether he did or did not recollect the fact; and therefore, it is no excuse in the party, who made the representation, to say, that though he had received information of the fact, he did not, at that time, recollect it

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