A Reprint of Sheppard's Precedent of Precedents: Without His Old and Obsolete Forms for Deeds of Assurance

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W. M'Dowall, 1813 - Conveyancing - 80 pages
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Page 4 - A qualification or restriction annexed to a conveyance of lands, whereby it is provided that in case a particular event does or does not happen, or in case the grantor or grantee does or omits to do a particular act, an estate shall commence, be enlarged, or be defeated.
Page 18 - And when it is delivered by another that hath a good authority and doth pursue it, it is as good a deed as if it were delivered by the party himself; but, if he do not pursue his authority, then it is otherwise. And therefore, if a deed, or the contents thereof, be read or declared to a man that is to seal it, and he (being illiterate) doth deliver it to a stranger and bid him examine it, and, if it be so as it was read to him, then to deliver it as his deed, otherwise to re-deliver it to him again...

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