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THEORY AND PRACTICE;
UPON THE STUDY OF THAT SCIENCE;
OBSERVATIONS AND DIRECTIONS
RELATIVE TO THE
PRACTICE OF CONVEYANCING.
THE SECOND EDITION,
By CHARLES BARTON, Esq. .
OF CUSTOMARY ESTATES.
Page. 1.--Of the Nature and Origin of an Estate by Copy
of Court-Roll - - - - - - 2 II.- Who may grant Lands, to be holden by Copy of
Court-Roll - - - - - - - 20 III.- What Things may be granted to be holden by
Copy of Court-Roll - . . - 31 IV.--To whom a Grant of Copyhold may be made - 33 y.-The Estates and Interests a Copyholder may have
in his Copyhold, and the Power he has over it 34 VI.-The Power and Authority a Tenant by Copy
has over his Estate - - -.; . 58 VII. Of the Surrender, Presentment, and Admittance
to Copyholds - - - - - - 68 VIII.-Of Fines and Heriots payable in respect of
Copyholds - - - - - - 129 IX.-What Acts of Parliament extend to Copyholds,
and what not - - - - - . - 166 X.-The Means by which Copyholds may be lost or destroyed - : - - - - - - 174