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" ... is not only contrary to the statute of frauds and perjuries, but to the rule of common law before that statute was in being. "
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery in ... - Page 29
by Ireland. High Court of Chancery, John Schoales, Thomas Langlois Lefroy - 1808
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A Treatise on Deeds

Robert Frederick Norton, Robert Hay Dun, Digby Latimer Francis Koe - Deeds - 1906 - 694 pages
...a. "To add anything to an agreement in writing by admitting parol evidence, which would affect land, is not only contrary to the Statute of Frauds and Perjuries, but to the rule of Common Law, before that statute was in being : " per Lord Hardwicke, C., Parteriehe v. Powlet (1742;,...
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The Statute of Frauds Section Four in the Light of Its Judicial Interpretation

James Williams - 1932
...632: "To add anything to an agreement in writing by admitting parol evidence, which would affect land, is not only contrary to the Statute of Frauds and Perjuries, but to the rule of common law, before the Statute was in being ". therefore suggests itself of whether the exclusion of...
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A Selection Of Cases on The English Law Of Contract

1886
..."to add any thing to an agreement in writing, by admitting parol evidence, which would affect land, is not only contrary to the statute of frauds and perjuries, but to the rule of common law before that statute was in being." Assuming, however, that an agreement for the purchase...
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