A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Volume 6

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A. Strahan, 1818 - Real property
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Contents

And Equities of Redemption
256
CHAP XL
259
The Word Estate jgg
266
Devise to Trustees for Purposes requiring a Fee
284
What Words pass the whole Interest in a Chattel
286
CHAP XII
288
CHAP XIII
319
A Devise without any Words of Limitation
326
Though charged with a Payment out of the Estate devised
336
Or an Annuity during the Life of the Devisee
340
The King
341
The Word Hereditament
342
Where the general Intention requires it
343
What Words create a Term for Years
344
45 And uncertain Interests
345
Though the Limitation to the Heirs be only mediate
346
Sons or Children
365
Or to Heirs with Words of Explanation
367
Or to the Word Heir with Words of Limitation
371
Or to Heirs with Words limiting an Estate of a par ticular Nature
372
Or to the Heir for Life
374
Or to Issue with Words of Limitation
375
305
377
Or where a Trust is created and a Conveyance directed
386
Or where the Estates are of different Natures
394
Case of Perrin v Blake
395
All my Real Property f jQ 35 The Words Right Title and Interest id
396
General Observations on the Rule
412
CHAP XV
417
What Words create a Tenancy in Common
426
What Words create Cross Remainders
434
Formerly not implied between more than Two
436
This Doctrine somewhat altered
438
Construction What Words crtatea Condition and male Lands Rabk
447
CHAP XVII
461
A Devise after a general Failure of Heirs or Issue
469
i2 Exceptions1 a Devise of a Reversion
484
Executory Devises of Terms for Tears
495
Nor between a Devise for Life and an indefinite Devise
516
Of Trusts of Accumulation
518

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