Modern Reports, Volume 12

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Thomas Leach
G.G.J. and J. Robinson, E. and R. Brooke, J. Butterworth, Ogilvy and Speare, 1796 - Law reports, digests, etc
 

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Page 486 - ... seised in his own right, or in the right of his wife, of lands or tenements, of an estate of inheritance, or for his or her life, within the...
Page 447 - ... the intent of the devisor is manifest and certain that his children or issues should take, and as immediate devisees they cannot take, because they are not in rerum natura, and by way of remainder they cannot take, for that was not his intent, for the gift is immediate, therefore there such words shall be taken as words of limitation, seil, as much as children or issues of his body; . . . but if a man devises land to A.
Page 486 - That all and every perfon and perfons not having lands and tenements, or fome other eftate of inheritance, in his own or his wife's right, of the clear yearly value of one hundred pounds per annum, or for term of life, or having leafe or leafes of ninety-nine years, or for any longer term, of the...
Page 109 - Manner to anfwer: And this they are ready to -verify : Wherefore for want of a fufficient...
Page 367 - ... to take the sacrament of the Lord's supper according to the rites of the church of England...
Page 146 - Willes, knight, greeting. CC.rl[c in the record, and procefs, and alfo in the giving of judgment, of the plaint which was in our court before you, and your fellows, our juftices of the bench, by our writ, between...
Page 369 - Kingston for life ; remainder to truftees to preferve contingent remainders ; remainder to his firft and other fons in tail male ; remainder to...
Page 403 - ... must be some mistake there, I do not know what it is, — " but the Court held, that for the printing such an account of the Jews, as would tend to make people believe them so barbarous as to burn a woman and her child because it was begot by a Christian, the information ouht to go. Now, as this is equally applicable to all the directors, the readers may equally apply it to any one, which is the inconveniency this court always endeavours to prevent.
Page 286 - That during the term the soap-boiler might well remove the vats he set up in relation to trade, and that he might do it by the common law (and not by virtue of any special custom) in favor of trade and to encourage industry: But after the term they become a gift in law to him in reversion, and are not removable.
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