Exercises on Abstracts of Title Arranged for the Use of Law Students and Articled Clerks

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Reeves & Turner, 1895 - Abstracts of title - 315 pages

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Page 118 - Dornton, who, being a son or sons, should live to attain the age of twenty-one years, or, being a daughter or daughters, should live to attain that age, or be married under that age, and, if more than one, in equal shares and for their respective heirs as tenants in common, and, if only one such child, in trust for such one child and his or her heirs.
Page 135 - ... sealed and delivered in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 292 - Under a contract to grant or assign a term of years, whether derived or to be derived out of a freehold or leasehold estate, the intended lessee or assign shall not be entitled to call for the title to the freehold.
Page 198 - ... for her life, for her separate use, without power of anticipation, and after her death...
Page 159 - Fourth (chapter seventyfour), "for the abolition of fines and recoveries, and " for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance...
Page 72 - ... such issue, to the use of the heirs of the body of the...
Page 300 - ... exonerate the person paying, transferring, or delivering the same from seeing to the application or being answerable for any loss or misapplication thereof.
Page 128 - Dodds the younger and Adam Dodds, their heirs and assigns for ever, in equal shares as tenants in common...
Page 182 - Robinson, during her life, for her sole and separate use ; and after her decease...
Page 294 - Recitals, statements, and descriptions of facts, matters, and parties contained in deeds, instruments, Acts of Parliament, or statutory declarations, twenty years old at the date of the contract, shall, unless and except so far as they shall be proved to be inaccurate, be taken to be sufficient evidence of the truth of such facts, matters, and descriptions.

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