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REAL PROPERTY LAW-cont nued.
VI. Charges upon-continued.

Accountant to the Crown-con.
Requisites to validity of lien,

(1.) Prior to 1839,
(2.) Prior to 1865,

(3.) Since 1st Nov., 1865 .
Annuity (see title LEGACIES AND

DEVISES)
Apportionment of
Crown debts,

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What are,

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RENTS-continued.

272
Peppercorn rent
Quit rent

299
Rack rent

301 Redditus siccus

306
Rent,

Definition of,
Varieties of,
Power of distress

.-310
Rental

310 Rent-roll

310 Rents of assise

310 Royalties

317
Sleeping rents

334
ROMAN LAW,
See title TERMS AND PHRASES, sub-

title In ROMAN LAW.
TERMS AND PHRASES,
1. In English Law:

Ac etiam billæ,

Nature of this fiction,
Object of it,
History of it,

(1.) Its origin,
(2.) Its extension,
(3.) Its extinction

10 Act of God,

What it is in law,
Its effect,

(a.) Generally,
(6.) In alternative obliga-
tions.

11 Ad damnum

12 Addition

12 Adminiculum, being subsidiary evidence

13 Æstimatio capitis

17 Agent and patient

18 Amicus curiæ

24 Amortize.

24 Armour, Arms

32 Arriage and Carriage.

34 Banco, sittings in Beyond the seas, What dominions of the Queen not deemed

44 Bill,

Various meanings of . 44-15
Caption,
Various meanings of .

53
Casual ejector,
Who was

53 Chattels, Varieties of

19 Child, Meaning of

60
Chose,
Varieties of,

(1.) Chose local,—what is,
(2.) Chose transitory,—what

is,
(3.) Chose in action,—what
is

61 Civil death,

Various causes of

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Debts,
Liability of lands for,
History of,
(a.) During life of debtor,

13 Edw. 1, c. 18,

1 & 2 Vict. c. 110,
(6.) After

decease of
debtor,
Charge of,
6 & 7 Will. 3, c. 14,

3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 104 111
Judgment debts,

What are,
Old law of,
Modern law of,

(1.) Statutes determining,
(2.) Effect of,
(3.) Registration and

registration of,
(4.) Execution upon,
(5.) Registration of execu-

tion,
(6.) Actual delivery of lands,
(7.) Priorities between judg-

ments,
(8.) Effect of notice of,
(9.) Searches for,
(10.) Judgments between con-

tract

ance,
(11.) Judgments against an-

nuitants,
(12.) Mode of realising judg-
ment

198-199
Lis pendens,
Registration of

220
Pendente lite.

272 Quietus

299 Statute-merchant

341
Statute-staple

341
See also title EQUITY LAW.
RENTS,
Assise rents

36
Farm,
Original meaning of

133
Fee farm rents.

15+
Ground rents,

What are,
How created,
Distress for

173
Lite-rent

218 Maiden-rents

223

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TERMS AND PHRASES —continued.
I. In English Law—continued.

Coram non judice,

Effect of want of jurisdiction. 92 Curtilage .

107 Deodand,

What is,
Case of infants.

116 Dictum

118 Dies non juridicus

118 Dole

123 Dome

123 Dowager

124 Dowry

124 Droit, What is droit-droit

125 Duplicate .

125 Ear-mark

126 Effluxion of time .

131 Eigné, What bastards are.

131 Eire, or Eyre (see title COURTS OF Justice)

131 Execute

149 Extinguishment

151 Falsify

153 Fiduciary

157 Forisfamiliated

160 Fungibles, What are

171 Geld

171 Gemote

171 Gladius,

Symbol of jurisdiction 172
Grace,

Description of Equity Law 173
Gross.
Hidage,
What it was

176 Idem sonantia

181 In autre droit,

Rights in,
Examples of

183 Incident

183 187

188 Instalments

191 Instanter .

191 In ventre sa mère

194 Irrepleviable

195 Jus duplicatum

203 Jus recuperandi, vel intrandi 203 Jus tertii.

203 Lathe.

208 Law-worthy

209 Legal memory

215 Le Roy le veut

215 Levy

216 Lie

218 Locus in quo

221 Lord's day

2:22 Mala in se

2:24 Mala prohibita

2:24 Matter of record .

232 Matter in deed

232

Pais
Passing accounts
Peace of God and the Church
Per curiam
Per totam curiam
Peremptory
Personal
Personal property
Personalty
Plight.
Posteriority
Prefer, to
Prescribe
Pro rata
Protest
Purview
Putting in suit
Quash.
Querelâ
Qui tam
Quoad .
Quorum

• 173

269
271

273 • 273 . 273 • 276 · 276

276 279 282 285 286 294 295 297 297 298 299 299 300 300 301 308 310 312 313 316 320 323 324 325 325 328

Re.

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Consequences of

135-136 Expropriation,

What it is,
Mode of effecting,

What property it extends to 151 Gage

171 Garantie,

Its equivalent in English Law,
For peaceful possession,

Against undisclosed defects 171
Hypothèque,
Varieties of

180 Immeubles, Varieties of

181 Imputation des paiemens. 183 Interdiction,

Causes of,
Effect of

191 Juges d'Instruction,

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TERMS AND PHRASES-Continued.
I. In English Law-continued.
Surmise

352 Suspense, suspension

353 Toll

362 Utter, to

375 Venter

377 Vert

378 Wadset

381 Without day

389 Writing

390 Yea and nay

390 Year and day:

390 See also title FEUDAL LAW, II. In French Law:

Absence,

Declaration of,
Effect of such declaration,
Return of absentee,
Consequences regarding his

property,
Consequences to his wife who
has remarried

4 Actes

11 Actes de Décès

11 Mariage

11 Actes de Naissance

11 Adoption,

Rules of, and restrictions upon 15
Ameublissement,
Bringing immoveables into
community

24 Antichrèse

26 Assassination

34 Pail à cheptel.

41 Bail à ferme

41 Bail à loyer

41 Bénéfice d'inventaire, Its equivalent in Roman Law

English Law 44 Bourse de Commerce

49 Cautionnement,

Its equivalent in English Law 53
Cession des biens,
Its equivalent in English

Law,
Varieties of

55 Commandite

69
Compensation,
Its equivalent in English
Law

72
Condition,
Varieties of,

(1.) Casuelle,
(2.) Potestative,
(3.) Mixte,
(4.) Suspensive,
(5.) Resolutoire

72
Confusion,
Its equivalent in English
Law.

78 Conseil de famille,

Acts requiring consent of . 78 Conseil judiciare,

Its utility :

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Who are,

Mode of appointment,
Duties of

201 Lesion,

Effect of, upon contracts . . 215 Louage, Varieties of,

(1.) Things, sub-varieties of,

(2.) Persons, sub-varieties of 223 Loyer .

223 Mandat

225 Meubles

238 Meubles meublans

238 Mort civile,

Nature of,
Abolition of,
Present law

243 Nantissement

247 Obligation solidaire

258 Ouverture des successions,

What is,
Persons entitled at,
Case of bastards,
widows

262 Paraphernaux biens

264 Partage

265 Portion disponible

281 Præciput conventionnel

284

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TERMS AND PHRASES—continued.
II, In French Law—continued.
Prêt

287 Procureur du Roy .

292 Procureur-Général

292 Propriété

294
Puissance paternelle,
Rights of

296
Rachat.
Rapports
Reduction

306 Régime dotal,

What is,
Rights of spouses

. 307 Régime en commu

munauté,
What is,
Varieties of,
Rights of spouses

307 Réméré

309 Remise de la dette

309 Séquestre

325
Services fonciers
Société,
Varieties of .

334
Subrogation,
Varieties of .

345
Transaction,
Its equivalent in English Law,

Roman Law
Tribunaux de Commerce,

Constitution of,
Jurisdiction of

365 Tuteur officieux

373 Tuteur subrogé

373 Usage

374 Usafruit

375 Viagère, rente

378 III. In Roman Law :

Accessio,
Meaning of maxim“ Accessio

cedit principali,”
Application of same maxim,
(1.) To law of fixtures,

(2.) To general law, Varieties of

6 Adjudicatio

12 Agnati

18 Alluvio

22 Civil Law

63 Confusio

78
Emphyteusis,
Its equivalent in English

Law,
Rights of emphyteutica-
rius

136 Fideicommissarius,

Equivalent in English Law 157
Fidejussor,

What he was,
How distinguished from fide-

promissor and sponsor,
His right to recoupment,
His want of right to contri-
bution

157 Fiduciary

157

TERMS AND PHRASES —continued.
III. In Roman Law-continued.

Gestio pro hærede,
What is

172
Hypotheca,
Its equivalent in English

Law,
How distinguished from
pignus

180 Usucapio,

Its nature,
Its effect,
Its equivalent in English
Law

375 Torts, (A.) Generally considered :

Tort,

Nature of,
Varieties of,

(1.) Nonfeasance,
(2.) Misfeasance,

(3.) Malfeasance,
Actions for

362 Tort-feasor.

362 Wrong

390 (B.) Particularly considered :

1. To real property,

Abatement of possession . 2
Clausum fregit,

Trespass
Damage-feasant,

What is,
Remedy for .

108 Deforcement,

What is,
How distinguished from

intrusion,
How distinguished from

disseisin,
How distinguished from
abatement

113 Detainer

117 Discontinuance, Causes of

119 Disseisin,

What is,
Requisites to,
Remedy for.

120 Disturbance,

What is,
Varieties of.

122 Eviction,

What is,
Covenant for quiet en-

joyment,
What amounts to an
eviction

145 Intrusion

194 Purpresture

297 Re-disseisin

306 Slander of title

334
Subtraction,
Varieties of,

(1.) Suit,
(2.) Tithes,

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TORTs-continued.
(B.) Particularly considered—contd.
I. To real property_continued.

Subtraction, varieties of
continued.

(3.) Conjugal rights,
(4.) Legacies,

(5.) Church rates . 345 Trespass,

Ground of action. 365
Usurpation of advowson 375
II. To personal property:

Accidental death,
Compensation for, under

Lord Campbell's Act,
Procedure under

Act,
Procedure under Amend-

ment Act (27 & 28 Vict.
c. 95)

7 Adultery,

What it is,
Its two varieties,
Rights of husband, upon

adultery of wife,
Rights of wife, upon adul-
tery of husband

16
Animals,
With known mischievous
propensity

25 Campbell's (Lord) Act, Compensation for acci.

dents causing death,
How death must have re-

sulted,
For whose benefit com-

pensation is given,
Persons to sue,
Time for suing,
Appointment of arbitra-

tor,
Damages purely compen-
satory

25
Cattle,
Selling diseased

53 Conversion,

Gist of action of trover 83
Criminal conversation,
Petition in lieu of, for
damages

104 Damages,

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Torts-continued.
(B.) Particularly considered-contd.
II. To personal property-cont.
Damages, varieties of-contd.

(5.) Direct,
(6.) Remote,
Rule limiting reco-

108-109 Damnum absque injuriâ,

What is,
Not actionable,
Examples of

109
Deceit,
Writ of

111 Devastavit, By executor or administrator

118 Dogs, Without proof of scienter

123 Escape,

Definition of,
Varieties of,

(a.) Negligent,

(6.) Voluntary,
Remedy for,
Effect of 32 & 33 Vict.

140 Extortion

151 False representation

153 Seduction,

Ground of action,
Damages for

323 Trespass.

Ground of action .
III. To the person, including repu-

tation :
Assault and battery

34
Battery
Defamation

113 Dogs, Proof of scienter

123 False imprisonment,

Requisites to action for
Libel,
Functions of judge and

jury,
(1.) Formerly,
(2.) At present

217 Malicious prosecution,

Requisites to verdict for . 224
Misfeasance,
Distinguished from non-

feasance,
Six Carpenters' case 240
Negligence,

When a ground of action,
Mode of judging,

Where contributory 248
Non-feasance

252 Nuisance,

What is,
Varieties of,
Remedies for

257 Ousted

261

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153

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What are,

Rule in contract and in tort,
Varieties of,

(1.) Nominal,
(2.) Substantial,

(a.) Unliquidated,
(6.) Liquidated,
(aa.) Being a pe-

nalty,
(lb.) Not being a

penalty,
(3.) General,
(4.) Special,

Mode of pleading,

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