An Assistant to the Practice of Conveyancing: Containing Indexes Or References to the Several Deeds, Agreements, and Other Assurances Comprised in the Several Precedent Books of Authority Now in Print; from the Time of Sir Orlando Bridgman to the Present Period. With Short Remarks on the Distinguishing Qualities of Each Precedent; and Cursory Observations on the Peculiar Merit of the Conveyancers by Whom They Were Respectively Prepared

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W. Clarke, 1796 - Conveyancing - 168 pages
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Page 183 - Pocket Book ; comprising a choice selection and great variety of the most valuable and approved Precedents in Conveyancing ; in which the modern Forms introduced by Conveyancers of the highest eminence now in practice are particularly attended to, and the efficacy of them explained : to which are also added, Preliminary Observations relative to the nature and use of each particular species of Deed, an Introductory Discourse on the subject of Deeds in general, and Conclusive Remarks on the Enurement...
Page 166 - A Will by a Feme Covert, reciting a Power given to her by her Marriage Articles.
Page 167 - ... provide for any children that he might have by her ; and in default of iffue he devifes the fame fubjeit
Page 157 - Sea ftock, which by a fettlement before marriage was covenanted to be laid out in a .purchafe of lands to be fettled.
Page 183 - Proeeedings ufed in the King's Bench and Common Pleas, from the Original Procefles, to the Judgments in both Courts.
Page 136 - A conveyance of a freehold eftate to a purchafer, by leafe and releafe, from a devifee for lite, an heir at law and other perfons,.
Page 184 - Accommodation oftlioje aha take them together, may be had, done up in one convenient Volume, under the Title of Law Selections, Price 98. in Boards, or ics. bound. la
Page 135 - ... thereof, to certain perfons for life, and after their death to divide the principal among the parties intitled thereto under a will. 3...
Page 87 - TENANT for life of meffuages, &c. and a tenant for life of manors, &c. having agreed to exchange during their joint lives ; they by this deed mutually demife their refpecUve eftates for long terms, determinable on the 'death of either of them.
Page 58 - A deed of covenants upon furrendering a copyhold eftate by way of mortgage.

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