The Practical Conveyancer, Or, The Principles of Scotch Conveyancing: Illustrated by 300 Cases of Making Up Titles to Heritable Property, According to the Methods Introduced by Recent Acts of Parliament

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T. & T. Clark, 1848 - Conveyancing - 161 pages
 

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Page 148 - Infeftment ; and I assign the Writs, and have delivered the same according to Inventory ; and I assign the Rents ; and I bind myself to free and relieve the said [here insert the name of the Disponee] and his foresaids of all Feu Duties, Casualties, and public Burdens ; and I grant Warrandice ; and I consent to Registration hereof for Preservation [or for Preservation and Execution].
Page 151 - And I consent to the registration hereof in the books of council and session, or any other judges books competent; therein to remain for preservation; and thereto I constitute my procurators, &c.
Page 157 - Payment], with a Fifth part more of Liquidate Penalty in case of f'ailure, and the Interest of said Principal Sum, at the Rate of per centum per annum, from the Date hereof to the said Term of Payment...
Page 155 - Domicile, say that the late CD [here name and design the Ancestor to whom Service is sought] died on or about the Day of...
Page 149 - ... with all right, title, interest, claim of right, property, and possession, which I, my predecessors and authors...
Page 152 - In witness whereof I have subscribed these Presents, written on this and the preceding Pages by GH, my Clerk, before these Witnesses, the said GH and JK, Accountant in Edinburgh.
Page 147 - I hereby sell, alienate, and dispone from me, my heirs and successors, to and in favour of the said B., his heirs and assignees whomsoever, heritably and irredeemably, all and whole...
Page 157 - That the petitioner is likewise heir in general, or of provision in general, or of tailzie and provision in general, or otherwise, as the case may be, of the said CD] May it therefore please your Lordship to serve the petitioner nearest and lawful heir [or heir of provision, or heir of tailzie and provision...
Page 156 - GD in the lands and others foresaid. [If the service it as heir of provision, say, that the petitioner is the eldest son (or state what other relationship or character the petitioner bears) and nearest lawful heir of provision in special of the said CD...
Page 158 - Notpay ment of the same, and that at Two Terms in the Year, Whitsunday and Martinmas, by equal Portions, beginning the First Term's Payment of the said Interest at the Term of...

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