An Essay on the Learning of Contingent Remainders and Executory Devises: Of executory devises

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A. Strahan and W. Woodfall, 1791 - Executory interests
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Page 16 - and the lands go immediately to the remainder-man or his heirs—or a limitation to A. for life, remainder to B. for life, remainder to C. and the heirs of his body, remainder to D. in fee, with a
Page 477 - equally to be divided between or among them, if more than one, fhare and fhare alike, if but one then to that one his or her heirs for ever ; the daughter had no child at the
Page 3 - as to depend on an event or condition which may never happen or be performed, or which may not happen or be performed till after the determination of the preceding
Page 476 - and her children on her body begotten, or to be begotten by her then hufband, and their heirs for ever ; the daughter at the time of the will had one child, and others afterwards. It was held, the mother and all the children took jointly in fee, it being ftated, that at the time of the will,
Page 420 - confent; which was properly a conditional limitation, and not a condition : for if it were a condition, it would defcend to the heir at law, and he might enter for breach of it, and defeat the limitation over ; and it was therefore agreed that the marriage without confent determined her
Page 32 - and a mediate remainder to his right heirs, that all the intermediate eftates between that and the limitation to his heirs, as well as his own eftate, may determine during his life, in that cafe the limitation to his heirs is in abeyance •, becaufe he can have no heir to take the remainder;
Page 408 - during the term of their natural lives and the life of the longer liver of them, in equal proportions (hare and
Page 93 - his wife during their natural lives, and the life of the longer liver of them, and after the deceafe of the
Page 5 - Williams and the faid infant lawfully begotten, or to be begotten." " The remainder to my daughters for and during the term of their natural lives, equally to be divided between them."
Page 160 - But where both articles and fettlement are previous to the marriage, at a time when all parties are at liberty, the fettlement differing from the articles, will be taken as a new agreement between them, and

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