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of hindrance, interruption, claim or demand what- PURCHASES. soever, by or from the said (vendors) or any or Tint

Joint tenants, either of them, or their or any or either of their fr. to Purchaser. heirs, or any person or persons now or hereafter lawfully or equitably entitled to the said hereditaments and premises, or any part thereof, or any estate or interest therein, from, through, under, or in trust for them, or any or either of them (1). And that free and clear, and clearly and abso- Free from in. lutely discharged and exonerated, or otherwise, by and at the expense of the said (vendors) thcir or some or one of their heirs, executors, or administrators, effectually protected, and indemnified from, and against all former and other [feoffments, gifts, grants, bargains and sales, releases, settlements, mortgages, demises, leases, contracts, devises, wills,] conveyances, assurances, [descents, uses, trusts, limitations, entails, conditions, estate, right and title of or to dower, remainders, reversions in the crown or elsewhere, judgments, decrees, recognizances, statutes, extents, executions, sequestrations, elegits, debts of record, debts due to the king or any of his predecessors, legacies, portions, annuities, rents of all kinds, forfeitures, rights of entry, and cause and causes thereof, fines, amerciaments, and all and singular other] estates, rights, titles, interests, charges, liens, and


(1) If the vendor took by devise, voluntary conveyance, or Vendor taking

by devise, ac. descent, see ante, p. 66, n. (2).


further assurance.

PURCHASES. incumbrances whatsoever, which at any time or Joint-tenants, times heretofore have been, or at any time here

· after shall or may be made, executed, committed,

created, occasioned, or knowingly suffered by the said (vendors) or any or either of them, or any person or persons claiming or entitled to claim any estate, right, title, or interest, either at law or in equity, from, through, under, or in trust for them, or any or either of them, or by or through his, their,

or any or either of their acts, means, or defaults. Covenant for And moreover that they the said (vendors) (1),

and each and every of them, their and his heirs, and all and every person and persons, now or at any time hereafter rightfully claiming, or entitled to claim any estate, or interest, at law or in equity, in, to, out of, upon, or relating to the hereditaments and premises, hereby granted and released, or otherwise assured, or intended so to be, or any part thereof, from, through, under, or in trust for them, or any or either of them respectively, or by or through their or any or either of their acts, means, or defaults (2), shall and will from time to time, and at all times hereafter, upon the request, and at the costs and expense of the said (purchaser) his heirs or assigns, make, do, acknowledge, levy, suffer, execute, and perfect, [or cause and procure

(1) Or the parties may covenant severally, as ante, p. 65, n. (1).

(2) If the premises be on lease, see ante, No. XXXI. p. 27, n.


to be made, done, acknowledged, levied, suffered, purchases. executed, and perfected,] with all proper expedi. tion, all and every such further and other lawful Purchaser. and reasonable acts, deeds, conveyances, assurances, matters and things whatsoever, (whether by feoffment, fine or fines, with or without proclamations, common recovery or recoveries, cleed or deeds enrolled or otherwise, release, confirmation, limitation or declaration of or to any use or uses, or other assurance or assurances, of record or not of record,] for the further, better, and more perfectly, fully, and effectually, or satisfactorily conveying, and assuring the same hereditaments and premises, and every or any part thereof, and the possession, reversion, and inheritance of the same, with their and every of their rights, members, appendants, and appurtenances, unto, and to and for the use, behoof, and benefit of the said (purchaser) his heirs and assigns, in such manner and form as he or they, or his or their counsel in the law, (being of the degree of a barrister) shall advise and require (1). IN WITNESS, &c.


(1) If a full form be desired, add here as in No. XXXI. Full form. p. 26.

If there be an outstanding term, which is to be assigned or Outstanding surrendered, see ante, No. XXXI. p. 34.

term. If any of the title deeds are retained by the vendor or his pre- Production of decessors in title, add a covenant for their production or other- deeds. wise as directed, Vol. I. No. XVI. p. 183. in notes, and p. 196.

For various covenants, provisoes, clauses, &c. to be inserted Prorisoes, &c. when required by particular circumstances attending the title,

PURCHASES. or by agreement of parties, see variations, Vol. I. No. XVI. p.

188, et seg. Joint-lenants, &c. to Purchaser.

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*** As to the stanıp to be impressed, see Vol. I. INTRODUCTION, p. xcvi.

Execution, &c.

As to the execution, attestation, receipt for consideration money, &c. &c. see Vol I. No. XV. p. 158. n. (82); No. XVI. p. 184. n. 28. et seq.; and see also INTRODUCTION, Vol. I. p. xliv. and lxxxiv. et seq.


Vendor and Dower-Trustee,

(Old Form).


Conveyance by a Vendor and his Trustee to bar

Dower, in the old form (1), to a Purchaser (2).

Variations where the Conveyance is made to uses to

bar Dower.

THIS INDENTURE of three parts, made the
day of , in the year of the reign, &c.
and in the year of our Lord . BETWEEN Parties.
(the vendor) of, &c. of the first part, (the
vendor's trustee) of, &c.

of the second part, and (the purchaser) of, &c.

of the third part (3). Whereas by indentures of lease

Recital of con

vendor and his trustee.


(1) Although the old form of limitation for preventing dower Old form to bar has, among good conveyancers, been entirely superseded by the modern form, see ante, Vol. I. p. 442, n. (1). Yet, as it is frequently met with in titles which have not been very recently brought forward, I have thought it right to give the form of a conveyance from a vendor taking under such limitation.

(2) If the vendor be entitled in remainder or reversion, see Reversion, &c. ib. No. XXIV.

If the conveyance be of an equity of redemption only, see ib. Equity of reNo. XXV.

demption. If a moiety or other undivided part, see ib. No. XXVI.

Moiety, &c. (3) If the purchaser be married, and his wife dowable, make Wife of pura trustee party, as,


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