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" ... a man cannot raise a fee-simple to his own right heirs by the name of heirs, as a purchase, neither by conveyance of land, nor by use, nor by devise. "
Lex Testamentaria: Or, A Compendious System of All the Laws of England : as ... - Page 436
by William Nelson - 1714 - 532 pages
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 2

John Tracy Atkyns, Philip Yorke Earl of Hardwicke, William Newnam - Equity - 1781
...pofi- '"!* the feui • f с г \ i • • debts» tive rule, that a man cannot raile a fee- limpie to his own right heirs by the name of heirs, as a purchafe, by any form of conveyance whatfoever. The fame cafe is reported in Meere 860, but the point is wrong...
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A Treatise on the Construction of the Statues: 13 Eliz. C. 5, and 27 Eliz. C ...

William Roberts - Conveyancing - 1800 - 668 pages
...be the fubjecT: of difpute upon the ftatute 27 Eliz. It is a pofitive rule of law, that no man can raife a fee fimple to his ' own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as purchasers, either by conveyance of land, or by ufe, or by devife (i). Notwithftand- (OHob.3«. ing...
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A General Abridgement of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested ..., Volume 18

Charles Viner - Law - 1805
...fale. 2 Atk. 105. Dec. 1740. Rhhubt v. Earl of Plytrtotith. 6. A man cannot, by any form of conveyance, raife a fee fimple to his own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as a purchafe, fo as to prevent the reverfion from being aflets to fatisfy the fon's debts. 2 >Л£. 57- Ofī. 1740....
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Elements of Conveyancing: With Cursory Remarks Upon the Study of ..., Volume 5

Charles Barton - Conveyancing - 1822
...purchaser, and the descent consequently will not be changed. A person cannot, therefore, raise a fee-simple to his own right heirs (by the name of heirs) as a purchaser or purchasers, unless he parts with his whole estate, for if the reversion expectant on the...
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Comyns Digest of the Laws of England

Sir John Comyns, Anthony Hammond - Law reports, digests, etc - 1822
...applied before lands specifically devised. Ibid. 3 PW 365.] [A man cannot possibly raise a fee simple to his own right heirs by the name of heirs as a purchase, so as to prevent the reversion being assets. 2 Atk. 57.] [If administrator de bonis non finding...
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An Inquiry Into the Effect of Limitations to Heirs of the Body in Devises ...

William Hayes - Remainders (Estates) - 1824 - 398 pages
...some or other of these great fundamental principles ; such -as., that a man cannot raise a fee simple to his own right heirs by the name of heirs as a purchase; or to bring it home to the case then .before the Court, that a devise of lands to a man for...
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The Law of Real Property, in Its Present State: Practically ..., Volumes 1-2

Real property - 1846
...purpurchase and descent, that a man could not by any form of conveyance whatever raise a fee-simple to his own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as a purchase, so as to prevent the reversion from being assets (a) ; so, lands in ancient de- Lands in...
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Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Volume 14

Law reports, digests, etc - 1864
...that the devise to the heirs cannot be supported. The rule of law is, that a person cannot raise a fee to his own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as a purchase, unless he parts with his whole estate. So, if he makes a devise to them, without changing...
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Select Cases and Other Authorities on the Law of Property, Volume 4

John Chipman Gray - Personal property - 1890
...reversion, and will vest also in the son ; for it is a positive rule, that a man cannot raise a fee-simple to his own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as a purchase, by any form of conveyance whatsoever. The same case is reported in Moore 860, but the point...
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Ruling Cases Arranged, Annotated and Edited, Volume 10

Robert Campbell, Irving Browne - Annotations and citations (Law) - 1896
...some or other of these great fundamental principles. Such as, that a man cannot raise a fee-simple to his own right heirs, by the name of heirs, as a purchase ; or, to bring it home to the case now before the Court, that a devise of lands to a man for...
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