The Law and Practice Respecting the Registration of Deeds in the County of Middlesex Under the Middlesex Deeds Acts: Containing General Instructions as to Procedure on All Dealings with Land in Middlesex, Also the Acts and Rules, with Notes Containing the Law as to Validity and Priority of Memorials, Fee Order, Official Regulations, Forms, and Precedents

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Waterlow & Sons, 1892 - Deeds - 82 pages
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Page 27 - ... and shall grant a certificate, either upon such mortgage or assurance or separately to the like effect, which certificate shall be received in evidence in all courts and proceedings without further proof...
Page 39 - An Act to abolish certain offices in the Superior Courts of Common Law, and to make provision for a more effective and uniform establishment of officers in those courts. An Act for abolishing certain offices of the High Court of Chancery in England.
Page 32 - Provided that such repeal shall not affect anything done or suffered, or any right, title, or interest acquired or accrued before the commencement of this act or any legal proceeding or remedy in respect of any such thing, right, title, or interest.
Page 35 - means a place for which a separate poor rate is or can be made, or for which a separate overseer is or can be appointed...
Page 45 - Where a solicitor obtains an office copy certificate of result of search under this section, he shall not be answerable in respect of any loss that may arise from error in the certificate.
Page 32 - Act, 1871, shall be repealed after the commencement of this Act to the extent in the third column of the Second Schedule to this Act mentioned. Provided that any sample of petroleum taken before the commencement of this...
Page 12 - Whereas, by the different and secret ways of conveying lands, &c., such as are ill-disposed have it in their power to commit frauds, and frequently do so, by means whereof several persons have been undone in their purchases and mortgages, by prior and secret conveyances, and fraudulent incumbrances.
Page 13 - ... and that every such deed or conveyance that shall at any time after the said 29th of September be made and executed shall be adjudged fraudulent and void () against any subsequent purchaser or mortgagee for valuable consideration, unless...
Page 45 - Where the solicitor is acting for trustees, executors, or other persons in a fiduciary position, those persons shall also be protected in like manner. (4.) Where such persons are acting without a solicitor, they shall also be protected in like manner.
Page 82 - THE BILLS OF EXCHANGE ACT, 1882.— An Act to Codify the Law relating to Bills of Exchange, Cheques, and Promissory Notes.

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