Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey, Volume 2

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Page 245 - Illinois, administrator of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits, which were of the said...
Page 195 - An act making lands liable to be sold for the payment of debts...
Page 435 - There is no principle better established in this court, nor one founded on more solid considerations of equity and public utility, than that which declares, that if one man, knowingly, though he does it passively, by looking on, suffers another to purchase and expend money on land, under an erroneous opinion of title, without making known his claim, he shall not afterwards be permitted to exercise his legal right against such person. It would be an act of fraud and injustice, and his conscience is...
Page 425 - ... be made before the said company, or any person under their direction or employ, shall enter upon or break ground in the premises, except for the purpose of surveying and laying out said road or roads, unless the consent of the owner or owners of such lands be first had and obtained.
Page 526 - Frauds; and that a court of equity will not decree the specific performance of a parol agreement to convey lands where the purchaser has not entered into possession under the contract.
Page 322 - Premises hereby granted, and has good right, full power, and lawful authority, to sell and convey the same in manner and form aforesaid...
Page 156 - Defendant afterwards, under leave, reserved at the trial, moved for and obtained a rule to show cause why the verdict should not be set aside...
Page 244 - ... have any right, title or interest, in law or equity, in or to any part of the rents...
Page 208 - Plaintiff has been guilty of a degree of misrepresentation, operating to a certain, though a small, extent, that misrepresentation disqualifies him from calling for the aid of a Court of Equity ; where he must come, as it is said, with clean hands.
Page 340 - The Governor and Council form a Court of Appeals, in the last resort in all causes of law; and they possess the power of granting pardon to criminals after condemnation. The...

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