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100. Covenants for Production of Title Deeds 301. Covenants for Renewal of Leases

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CHAP. XXVI.

How Deeds may be avoided.

1. Disclaimer or Disagreement 6. Duress 8. Erasure or Interlineation 12. Breaking off the Seal 14. Cancelling 19. Averment of Usury 23. Equity avoids Deeds obtained by Fraud 34. Or made in Derogation of the Rights of Marriage 44. Or for an immoral Consideration 54. All Deeds are void as to Crown Debts 61. The Crown entitled to a Term attendant

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CHAP. XXVII,

What Deeds are void as to Creditors and Purchasers.

515 516 id.

517 518 519 id.

1. Statutes in Favour of Creditors and Purchasers
3. What Deeds are void by these Statutes
4. Deeds made with an Intent to defraud Creditors
9. Or to defraud Purchasers
12. Notice is immaterial
15. Voluntary Conveyances void against Creditors
18. Except where the Grantor is not indebted at the Time
23. Voluntary Conveyances void against Purchasers
28. Though with Notice
31. And Conveyances with Power of Revocation
39. Who are deemed Purchasers
45. Voluntary Conveyances binding on the Parties
48. And good as to subsequent voluntary Deeds
51. And also as to Wills
54. Proviso in Favour of Deeds made on good Considera-

520 522 525 527 529 id.

530

tion 57. Settlements before Marriage 67. How far the Consideration of Marriage extends 72. Settlement by a Widow on her Children

531 532 534 536

CHAP. XXVIII.

of registering and enrolling Deeds.

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538 542

2. Register Acts
12. An Appointment must be registered
14. Registering an Assignment is not a Register of the

Lease
16. Registering is not Notice
20 Notice takes away the Effect of Registering
25. The Notice must be fully proved
28. Utility of the Register Acts
30. Register of Annuities
31. Register of the Bedford Level
32. Enrolment of Deeds

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A DIGEST

OF

The Laws of England

RESPECTING

REAL PROPERTY.

TITLE XXXII.

DEED.

CHAP. I.
Of the Origin and Nature of Deeds.

CHAP. II.

Of the Circumstances necessary to a Deed.

CHAP. III.
Of the Statute of Frauds and Perjuries.

CHAP. IV.
Of a Feoffment, Gift, and Grant.

CHAP. V.
Of a Lease.

CHAP. VI. Of an Exchange, Partition, Release, and Confirmation.

CHAP. VII.

Of a Surrender, Assignment, and Defeazance. ,
Vol. IV.

B

CHAP. VIII.
Of a Bond and Recognizance.

CHAP. IX.

Of a Bargain and Sale.

CHAP. X.
Of a Covenant to stand seised.

CHAP. XI.

Of a Lease and Release.

CHAP. XII.

Of a Declaration of Uses.

CHAP. XIII.
Of Powers of Revocation and Appointment.

CHAP. XIV.
Of Powers to jointure.

CHAP. XV.
Of Powers to lease.

CHAP. XVI.

Of the Execution of Powers.

CHAP. XVII. Where Equity will support a defective Execution.

CHAP. XVIII. How Powers are extinguished and destroyed.

CHAP. XIX.
Of the Construction of Deeds.

CHAP. XX.

Construction of the formal Parts of a Deed.

CHAP. XXI. Construction by what words different Estates may

be created.

CHAP. XXII.
Construction of the Rule in Shelley's Case.

CHAP. XXIII.
Construction--of Perpetuities.

CHAP. XXIV. Construction of the Reddendum, Condition, and

Warranty.

CHAP. XXV.
Construction-of Covenants.

CHAP. XXVI.

How Deeds may be avoided.

CHAP. XXVII: What Deeds are void as to Creditors and Purchasers.

CHAP. XXVIII.
Of registering and enrolling Deeds.

CHAP. I. Of the Origin and Nature of Deeds. 1. Alienation of Lands. 24. Indenture. 7. Subinfeudation.

29. A Deed transfers the Estate 14. Fines for Alienation.

without the Assent of the 18. Different kinds of Assurances. Grantee. 19. Of a Deed.

31. Article of Agreement. 23. Deed Poll.

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