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Page 13 - ... however plainly inconsistent with an estate of inheritance, nor any declaration however express or emphatic of the devisor, can be allowed, either by inference or by the force of express direction, to qualify or abridge the estate in fee, or in tail, as the case may be, into which, upon a gift to a man for life, with remainder to his heirs, or the heirs of his body, the law inexorably converts the entire *devise in favour of the ancestor, notwithstanding the [ **98 ] clearest indication of the...
Page 4 - Chiswick Press: — Charles Whittingham and Co. | Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London. | , i leaf; Dedication, on reverse being: Copyright, July 1899.
Page 17 - ... from causing or permitting any sounds or noises in his house so as to vex or annoy the occupants of the adjoining houses : Christie v.
Page 17 - Held, not to constitute a legal nuisance of which the occupier of the adjoining house was entitled to complain. But an injunction was granted to restrain the occupier of the adjoining house from causing or permitting any sounds or noise in his house, so as to vex or annoy the occupier of the first house...