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Page 12 - ... warrant and defend the same to the said CD, his heirs and assigns forever, against the lawful claims and demands of all persons claiming by, through, or under us, but against none other.
Page 22 - A grant made by the owner of an estate for life or years, purporting to transfer a greater estate than he could lawfully transfer, does not work a forfeiture of his estate, but passes to the grantee all the estate which the grantor could lawfully transfer.
Page 14 - The rule to be collected from the several cases decided on this subject seems to be this, that the tenant's right to remove fixtures continues during his original term, and during such further period of possession by him, as he holds the premises under a right still to consider himself as tenant.
Page 4 - Any limitation or provision, the purpose or possible effect of which is to cause an estate to commence in the future, is invalid if, as a result thereof, an estate may commence for more than twenty-one years after a life or lives in being.
Page 14 - A fixture is a thing which, though originally a chattel, is, by reason of its annexation to land, regarded as a part of the land, partaking of its character, and belonging to its owner.
Page 27 - Estates at will may be determined by either party, by three months' notice in writing for that purpose given to the other party and, when the rent reserved is payable at periods of less than three months, the time of such notice shall be sufficient if it be equal to the interval between the times of...
Page 15 - ... low water mark, where the sea doth not ebb above one hundred rods, and not more wheresoever it ebbs further.
Page 13 - The right of lateral support from adjoining land consists in having the soil in its natural condition remain in its natural position without being caused to fall away by reason of excavations or improvements made on adjacent land. . . . The right to lateral support is said to be a natural one of property, arising from the fact that in a state of nature all land is held together and supported by adjacent lands by operation of the forces of nature. Ownership of land is acquired and held subject...
Page 18 - The covenant under consideration, as it stands on the report, falls outside the limits of this rule even in the narrower form. In what way does it extend to the support of the plaintiff's quarry?