The Law Times, Volume 25

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Page 26 - ... shall be thereby given or made, such devise, legacy, estate, interest, gift, or appointment shall, so far only as concerns such person attesting the execution of such will, or the wife or husband of such person, or any person claiming under such person or...
Page 156 - That all contracts, dealings, and transactions by and with any bankrupt really and bona fide made and entered into before the date and issuing of the fiat against him, and all executions and attachments against the lands and tenements, or goods and chattels of such bankrupt...
Page 109 - Common Pleas within five years before the execution of the conveyance settlement mortgage lease or other deed or instrument vesting or transferring the legal or equitable right title estate or interest in or to any such purchaser or mortgagee for valuable consideration, or as to creditors, within five years before the right of such creditors accrued, and so, toties quoties, at the expiration of every succeeding five years...
Page 22 - AND be it enacted, that if any person against whom the company shall have any claim or demand become bankrupt, or take the benefit of any Act for the relief of insolvent debtors...
Page 127 - ... years from thence next ensuing, and fully to be complete and ended. By virtue of which said demise, the said John Doe entered into...
Page 154 - ... along it, might be illegal, still, if the proximate cause of the injury was attributable to the want of proper conduct on the part of the driver of the...
Page 13 - ... sums of money arising by virtue of the said Act, and all the Estate, Right, Title, and interest of the Company in the same ; to hold unto the said AB, his Executors, Administrators, and...
Page 140 - Patteshall was admissible in evidence, and I think it was, not on the ground that it was an entry...
Page 42 - ... or suspicion, arising from the fault of the ship taken, and other circumstances of the case, costs to be paid, or not to be received, by the claimant, in case of acquittal and restitution.
Page 149 - any other person not named in such writ, shall, by leave of the Court or a Judge, be allowed to appear and defend, on filing an affidavit showing that he is in possession of the land either by himself or his tenant.

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