Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During the Time of Lord Chancellor Eldon, Volume 1

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Joseph Butterworth and Son, 1821 - Equity
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Page 75 - ... the estates as they should think fit or conducive to the general benefit of the estates or the tenants thereof, and hold the surplus as capital, which was to be laid out in the purchase of lands to be settled to the like uses.
Page 355 - It shows, first, as before stated, that the testator, at the time of making his will, and at the time of his death...
Page 90 - Funds, and to order Distribution thereof, or Payment of the Dividends thereof, according to the respective Estate or Estates, Title or Interest, of the Body or Bodies, Person or Persons, making claim thereunto, and to make such other Order in the Premises as to the said Court shall seem just and reasonable...
Page 585 - ... all the rest, residue, and remainder of his estate and effects, whatsoever and wheresoever, and of what nature or kind soever...
Page 90 - ... empowered, in a summary way of proceeding, or otherwise, as to the said court shall seem meet, to order the same to be laid out and invested in the public funds, and...
Page 626 - Sheriffe upon trust, that they, and the survivor of them, and the executors, administrators or assigns of such survivor, should, within three months after the death of P.
Page 360 - The Company of Proprietors of the " Mersey and Irwell Navigation," and invested with the same powers as were given by the former act. The appellants and the undertakers, from whom they derive their title, have at very heavy costs and charges, and in pursuance of the powers granted to them by the...
Page 239 - When it is admitted that a party comes here properly for the discovery, the Court is never disposed to occasion a multiplicity of suits, by making him go to a Court of Law for the relief.
Page 565 - I know of no difference between an executory trust in marriage articles and in a will, except that the object and purpose of the former furnish an indication of intention which must be wanting in the latter.
Page 148 - A. and his assigns for his life with remainder to the use of his first and other sons successively, in tail male, with remainder to the use of B.

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