The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

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Saunders and Benning, 1852 - Law

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Page 141 - Action may plead the General Issue and give the special Matter in Evidence...
Page 10 - Charlton for life, with remainder to his first and other sons successively in tail male, with remainders over.
Page 49 - ... covenant to pay an annuity to the Plaintiff, and A. covenanted that if he should survive his father, he would create a term in the estate for securing the annuity.
Page 293 - Terms for the Bar, and that I will not, either directly or indirectly, apply for, or take out, any Certificate to practise, directly or indirectly, as a Special Pleader, or Conveyancer, or Draftsman in Equity, without the special permission of the Masters of the Bench of the said Society.
Page 30 - Knowledge and mere motion given and granted and by these presents Do Give and Grant...
Page 28 - ... when there is an executory contract for the manufacturing and supply of goods from time to time, to be paid for after delivery, if the purchaser, having accepted and paid for a portion of the goods contracted for, gives notice to the vendor not to manufacture any more as he has no occasion for them and will not accept or pay for them, the vendor having been desirous and able to complete the contract, he may, without manufacturing and tendering the rest of the goods, maintain an action against...
Page 69 - And where the same respectively shall be made as a security for the repayment of money to be thereafter lent, advanced or paid, or which may become due upon an account current, together with any sum already advanced or due, or without, as the case may be...
Page 52 - Bridgewater, devised his freehold estates to trustees, in trust to convey them to the use of Lord Alford, his greatnephew, for 99 years, if he should so long live; remainder to trustees and their heirs during the , life of Lord Alford, in trust to preserve contingent remainders : remainder to the use of the heirs male of the body of...
Page 141 - ... may plead the general issue, and give this act and the special matter in evidence...
Page 85 - By the deed of trust founding the institution, and by the laws, it was declared to be instituted as a central repository of objects of professional art, science and natural history, and for books and documents relating to those studies, or of general information and the delivery of lectures on appropriate subjects.

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