The Law of Landlord and Tenant: To which is Added an Appendix of Precedents

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J. Butterworth, 1822 - Landlord and tenant - 668 pages
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Page 581 - AND lastly, it is hereby declared and agreed by and between the said parties to these presents, that in case the said...
Page 197 - Living by ; and also to raise weekly or otherwise (by Taxation of every Inhabitant, Parson, Vicar, and other, and of every Occupier of Lands, Houses, Tithes Impropriate, Propriations of Tithes, Coal Mines or saleable Underwoods in the said Parish, in such competent Sum and Sums of Money as they shall think fit...
Page 145 - Except nevertheless all leases not exceeding the term of three years from the making thereof, whereupon the rent reserved to the landlord, during such term, shall amount unto two third parts at the least of the full improved value of the thing demised.
Page 436 - ... in ejectment for the recovery of the demised premises ; or in case the same cannot be legally served, or no tenant be in actual possession of the premises, then...
Page 197 - ... stock of flax, hemp, wool, thread, iron and other necessary ware and stuff to set the poor on work, and also competent sums of money for and towards the necessary relief of the lame, impotent, old, blind and such other among them being poor and not able to work, and also for the putting out of such children to be apprentices, to be gathered out of the same parish...
Page 436 - ... was served, and that no sufficient distress was to be found on the demised premises countervailing the arrears then due, and that the lessor...
Page 486 - ... to the House of Correction, there to be kept to hard labour for any time not exceeding three calendar months...
Page 271 - Parliament ? this is the difference, viz., where H. covenants not to do an act or thing which was lawful to do, and an Act of Parliament comes after, and compels him to do it, the statute repeals the covenant; so, if H. covenants to do a thing which is lawful, and an Act of Parliament comes in and hinders him from doing it, the covenant is repealed.
Page 197 - ... for setting to work all such persons, married or unmarried, having no means to maintain them, and use no ordinary and daily trade of life to get their living by...
Page 353 - G. 2., c. 19, sec. 14, by which it was enacted, that, " it shall be lawful for a landlord, where the agreement is not by deed, to recover a reasonable satisfaction for the lands, tenements, or hereditaments, held or occupied by the defendant, in an action on the case, for the use and occupation of what was so held or enjoyed...

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