A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Tom 1

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A. Strahan, 1818
 

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Incidents to
26
And das bessons in Reversion
28
In what Cases the Statute operates
31
Aids
33
Reliefs
34
Primer Seisin
35
Wardship
36
Marriage 39 Fines for Alienation 40 Escheat 41 Tenure by Grand Serjeanty
37
Abolition of Military Tenures
38
CHAP III
39
The Statute then transfers the actual Seisin
40
Of a Devisee
42
Who may forfeit
45
Changes in Socage by Stat 12 Charles II
47
Superior and Inferior Manors
50
Where Presentment is necessary
52
How Manors are destroyed šo Tenure in Villenage Ś1 Copyholds
53
What dispenses with a Forfeiture
54
Free Copyholds 60 Tenure in Frankalmoign olds TITLE I
57
Who may take Advantage of a Forfeiture
61
Where Equity relieves
63
How contracted
67
Bind the Lands when contracted
72
Into whose Hands soever they pass
75
How discharged
76
Estates in Fee forfeited for Treason 80 And for Disclaimer
80
Qualified Fees
81
Can only alien for his own Life
94
Tenants in Tail may make Leases
106
Are subject to the Bankrupt Laws id
107
But not for Felony
109
TITLE III
113
How created
114
Held of the Grantor
115
Not entailable id
118
May pray in Aid
120
Not bound to pay off Incumbrances 30 But must keep down the Interest 31 May alien their Estates 33 When they may keep the Title Deeds
121
What Acts create a Forfeiture
122
Of General Occupancy
124
Estates pour auter vie vest in Executors ecutors 52 Of Special Occupancy
125
Ecclesiastical Persons are quasi Tenants for Life
127
CHAP II
129
Felling Timber
130
The Timber belongs to the Person entitled to
138
Pulling down Houses
146
Of Accidents by Fire
152
Page 419
156
CURTESY
158
2 Seisin
160
3º Issue
162
4º Death of the Wife
164
CHAP II
166
Estates Tail
167
Estates in Coparcenary and Common
169
Money to be laid out in Land 15 Equities of Redemption 16 Incorporeal Hereditaments
170
DOWER
174
369
180
376
263
398 399
264
424
277
401
283
Acceptance of Single Rent no Bar to Recovery
289
Of Fines and Heriots
291
And demised or demisable by Copy
298
And Estates Tail
304
Page
307
CHAP IV
322
Fines upon Descent
337
CHAP V
356
Surrender to the Lord 5 Release to the Lord 7 Conveyance by the Lord to the Copyholder 10 Enfranchisement 17 Escheat or Forfeiture 19 When th...
379
Vol I
385
USE CHAP I
386
389
389
Nature of a Use 8 Necessity of Confidence in the Person 12 And of Privity of Estate 15 Who might be seised to Uses
394
What might be conveyed to Uses
400
Rules by which Uses were governed
401
Could not be raised without a Consideration 23 Were alienable 27 Without Words of Limitation
402
Might change by Matter subsequent 29 Might commence in futuro 30 Were revocable 31 Not an Object of Tenure
403
Not subject to Dower or Curtesy 35 Not extendible or Assets 36 Devisable 38 Descendible
405
CHAP III
409
Estate for Life
417
What may be conveyed to Uses 26 2º A Cestui que Use in esse
418
430 431 433 436 438 Of the Modern Doctrine of Uses 1 Construction of the Statute 3 Of Contingent Uses 4 Uses arising upon the Execution of Po...
429
What Use results to a Tenant in Tail
442
TITLE XII
451
But not for Felony
483
No general Occupancy of Coyyholds
487
Not subject to Escheat
493
And to Debts due to private Persons id
494
Where a Legal Estate is a Bar in Ejectment
495
Where a Reconveyance will be presumed
496
Of a Surrendere
498
CHAP III
499
Terms attendant on the Inheritance
500
How Terms become attendant
502
When a Term is in Gross
506
A Term attendant may become a Term in Gross
509
A Term attendant is Part of the Inheritance
510
Not forfeited for Felony
511
And also from Dower
515
Must be assigned to a Trustee for the Purchaser
516
A Term will not protect the Heir against Dower
519
Nor the Assignees of a Bankrupt
520
Neither Jointure nor Curtesy barred by a Term id
521
Of the Estate and Duty of Trustees 1 Estate of Trustees
523
Duty of Trustees
524
Their Acts shall not prejudice the Trust
525
ExceptionConveyance without Notice id
526
Where the Receipt of the Trustees is sufficient
530
Trustees have equal Power
532
Can derive no Benefit from the Trust
533
Bound to reimburse the Cestui que trust id
534
But allowed all Costs and Expences
535
Refusing to act must release or disclaim
539

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