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good seeds, years of the said term, with the second or last of the and manure
h said crops of grain sow and lay down the lands so the same with twelve cart- cropped with good and sufficient quantities of clover loads of dung and other proper grass seeds, and previous to the to every acre. sowing of one of the said crops, manure the said
lands with either twelve full cart-loads of good rotten muck, or eight quarters of well burnt clod lime to
every acre. Tenant in the And also, that he, the said [lessee,] his executors Lent seedness,
ss, or administrators, shall and will, at his and their own before the expiration of costs, in the Lent seedness next before the end or the lease, to expiration of this demise or lease, in a good and sow clover. husbandlike manner, and according to the custom of
the country, sow a sufficient and usual quantity of clover seed, or other grass seeds, upon so much of the said hereby demised lands as shall have been sown with Lent corn or grain, and preserve the same from harvest-time till the end of the said term, and not permit or suffer the same to be grazed or eaten by any horses, sheep, pigs, or other cattle whatsoever; such last mentioned seeds, at the market. price thereof, to be paid for by the said [lessor] or his assigns, or such other person or persons as aforesaid. And also, that he, the said [lessee,] his executors or administrators, shall and will, at Candlemas-day next before the end, expiration, or other sooner determination of this demise or lease, hay up, and deliver possession to the said [lessor] or his assigns, or such other person or persons as aforesaid, of the said demised meadows, called or known by
the names of, &c. Lessor or · And also, that it shall and may be lawful to and for tenants to the said [lessor] and his assigns, or such other person enter the Christmas
or persons as aforesaid, and his or their agents, or the preceding ex. future tenant of the said demised lands, at Christmas, piration of
or other proper season for so doing, next before the tenancy to plough.
end of the said term, to enter upon and plough up all such parts of the said demised lands as shall the preceding year have been sown with winter corn or grain.
And also, that he, the said [lessee,] his executors Lessee to sign or administrators, shall and will, from time to time, notices to
forewarn and at all times during the continuance of this demise tro
from tresor lease, at the request of the said [lessor,] his heirs passing. or assigns, sign all such notices forewarning any person or persons from trespassing, hunting, shooting, or sporting upon the said demised premises, as he, the said [lessor,] his heirs or assigns,* shall think proper : And that it shall and may be lawful to and for And to per
mit his name the said (lessor,] his heirs or assigns, to use the name
to be used in or names of him the said (lessee,] his executors or ad- actions. ministrators, in any action or actions he or they shall think proper to commence, sue, or prosecute, against any person or persons whomsoever, for hunting, coursing, shooting, or sporting upon the said demised premises, or any part thereof, (he, the said (lessor,] and his heirs or assigns, indemnifying and saving harmless the said slessee,] his executors and administrators, from and against all costs, charges, and expenses, which he or they shall or may be at, or put unto, for, or by reason, or on account of any such action being brought, commenced, or prosecuted in his or their name or names as aforesaid.)
And also, that he, the said [lessee,] his executors Not to release or administrators, shall not nor will release or dis- actions. charge any action or actions which, by the direction of the said lessor and his assigns, or such other person or persons as aforesaid, shall be so brought or commenced in the name or names of him the said [lessee,] his executors or administrators, as aforesaid.
And further, that it shall and may be lawful to and Landlord to for the said slessor] and his assigns, and such other enter and
view repairs. person or persons as aforesaid, and his and their vie agents, servants, and workmen, once or oftener in every year during the said hereby demised term, at all convenient times in the day-time, at his or their free will and pleasures, to enter into and upon the said
* These words are applicable to a lease by the owner of the fee; the reference to the lessor in the previous forms are proper in a lease by a tenant for life under a power.
demised premises, and into and upon any messuages and buildings already erected and built, or that may be erected and built thereon, to view, search, and see the state and condition of the reparations thereof, and of the hedges and fences of and belonging to the same prenuises, and to provide for, and require the performance of the covenants and agreements
herein contained. Lessor at
And also, that it shall and may be lawful to and for
the said (lessee,] his executors, administrators, or asprevious to quitting, to signs, in the Michaelmas seedness next before the end sow any quan, or other sooner determination of the said term hereby tity not exceeding granted, to sow any quantity of the said demised acres of win- lands, not exceeding acres, with winter corn, er corn.com so as the same be sown upon a summer fallow, his benefit, with room to or brush clover, properly prepared with muck or thrash, &c. lime, in an husbandlike manner; and that the said
slessee,] his executors, administrators, and assigns,
said. But leaving
And also leaving all the straw arising from the all the straw.
said crops upon the premises, for the use of the said [lessor] and his assigns, or such other person or persons as aforesaid.
The following are the general Forms of Attestation.
Signed, sealed, published, and declared by the said of a will. testator, as and for his last will and testament, in the presence of us, who in his presence, at his request, and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.
Signed, sealed, and delivered, by the within-nam- of a deed. ed A. B. in the presence of
[If the party be deaf and dumb, say,] who being If party dumb. deaf and dumb, but capable of reading; the same was first read over by him, and he seemed perfectly to understand the contents thereof.
[If an illiterate person, say, 7 the same being first Illiterate. read over and explained to him.
[If by a person blind, say,] he being blind, the Or blind. same indenture having been first carefully and audibly read over to him.
Signed, sealed, and delivered, by the within-nam- of a deed exeed A. B. by A. D., his attorney duly appointed by cuted by
attorney. the letter of attorney, under the hand and seal of the at said A. B., and hereunto annexed.”
Signed, sealed, and delivered, by the within-nam- In case of ed A. B., (the words [here copy the words] having erasures, &c. been previously interlined in the fourth and fifth lines of the first skin, (or written over obliterations,)
"For what constitutes a good delivery in general, see Shep. Touch, 57. Cru. Dig. 28.
The mode of delivery is to take the deed and say, “I deliver this as the act and deed of the within-named C. D.”
As to the effect of deeds retained in the possession of the grantor after the execution, and what is a sufficient delivery, see Doe d. Garnous v. Knight, 4 Law Journal, 162.
P If the letter of attorney concern other property, a true copy of the same should be annexed.
Attestation between (mentioning the lines and skin,] or obli of a deed
terated, [mentioning the lines and skin ;] or the where there happens to
word Henry having been previously interlined be be erasures, tween the words, &c., and the name J. H. writter or interline on an erasure or erasures in the fifth line of the se
cond skin thereof,) in the presence of