A Digest of the Laws of England, Respecting Real Property, Volume 1

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Alsop, Brannan and Alsop, City-Hotel, Broadway., 1808 - Real property
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Contents

Subject to Dower and Curtesy 38
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Tenant in Tail not bound to pay off Incumbrances
39
Has a right to the Title Deeds
40
CHAP II
41
The Issue not bound by his Ancestors Acts
42
Unless he confirms them
44
Alienations by Tenant in Tail not ipso facto void
45
Tenant in Tail cannot create an Estate to commence after his own Death 47
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The Issue not subject to Incumbrances id
49
A Tenant in Tail may make Leases
50
feiture 364
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And to Forfeiture for Treason
52
Warranty
53
Common Recovery
54
Which cannot be restrained
56
TITLE III
59
But cannot commit Waste
62
Opening Pits or Mines id
67
Permissive Waste id
68
Court of Equity 72
71
The Timber belongs to the Person entitled to the In heritance 73
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Of Waste by Corporations Sole 78
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Of the Clause without Impeachment of Waste 8O 62 Does not extend to malicious Waste id
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Tenants for Life are entitled to Emblements 87
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Estates for Life are subject to merger id
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Power of Tenant for Life over his Estate What Acts amount to a Forfeiture
64
TITLE IV
64
It has some Qualities of an Estate Tail 99
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TITLE V
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Description of 106
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It must be born alive id
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Death of the Wife 1 13
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CHAP II
64
Afterwards extended to all Estates in Fee 1 16
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Estates Tail 117
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Estates in Common but not in Jointtenancy 120
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Equities of Redemption 12 l
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What hings are not liable to Curtesy 122
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Nature of this Estate id
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Subject to the Charges of the Wife 125
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DOWER CHAP I
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Dower at Common Law 131
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Dower by Custom 132
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133
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Dower a moral Right id
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CHAP II
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How the Fact of Marriage must be tried 1 37
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Seisin of the Husband 140
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Death of the Husband 145
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Who may be endowed id
64
Jewesses 146
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Estates in Feesimple 147
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It must take Effect from the Death of the Husband id
64
And be for the Life of the Wife
64
It must be limited to the Wife herself 20
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It must be in Satisfaction of the whole Dower
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And so expressed id
160
Cases where a Widow takes the Estate and Dower 208
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A Rent Charge is now usually limited as a Join
160
ture 210
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CHAP V
172
CHAP III
172
TITLE VIII
6
A Freehold cannot be derived from an Estate
6
Women stolen
34
TITLE IX
36
A Jointure not forfeited by Attainder of the Hus
38
279
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TITLE X
48
CHAP II
57
CHAP III
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But cannot commit Waste r 325
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Not entitled to Common 326
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Copyholds are descendible 327
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In what Cases the Widow may enter 330
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Forfeited by Incontinency id
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Copyholders cannot vote at Elections 336
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May alien by Custom 337
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What Statutes extend to Copyholds id
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CHAP IV
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Fines due upon Devise id
57
band id
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Admittance of the Tenant for Life sufficient 346
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No Fine due unless there is an Alteration of the Tenant 347
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How much may be demanded as a Fine 352
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When Fines are payable id
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Remedies for recovering Fines id
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CHAP V
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Attainder of Treason or Felony 361
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Waste 366
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Disclaiming Tenure id
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Nonappearance of a Surrenderee
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Nonappearance of a Devisee id
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Refusal to pay Fines 374
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Extent of Forfeiture 376
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Where Presentment is necessary 377
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Where Equity relieves 380
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CHAP VI
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Release to the Lord 386
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Enfranchisement 387
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When the Lands cease to be demisable by Copy 389
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Qf the Origin of Uses 1 Origin of Uses 391
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Invention of the Writ of Subpoena 396
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Attainder of the Wife
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