A New Treatise on the Laws Concerning Tithes: Containing All the Statutes, Adjudged Cases, Resolutions and Judgments Relative Thereto ...

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His Majesty's law-printers, 1766 - Tithes - 298 pages
 

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Page 177 - Quakers against whom such complaint shall be made, and after his or their appearance, or upon default of appearance, the said warning or summons being proved before them upon oath, to proceed to hear and determine the said complaint, and to make such order therein as in the...
Page 173 - Order for diflreft tnen decree the fame by order of feflions, and fhall alfo proceed to give fuch cofts againft the appellant, to be levied by diftrefs and fale of the goods and chattels of the faid appellant, as to them...
Page 214 - That from henceforth all leases, gifts, grants, feoffments, conveyances or estates to be made, had, done, or suffered by any master and fellows of any college, dean and chapter of any cathedral or collegiate church, master or guardian of any hospital...
Page 181 - ... that where any tenant for life shall happen to die before or on the day on which any rent was reserved or made payable upon any demise or lease of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, which...
Page 182 - ... or other incorporeal hereditaments only, which lie in grant and not in livery, for one, two, or three lives, or for any term or terms of years not exceeding twentyone...
Page 183 - ... bishops, masters and fellows, or other heads and members of colleges or halls, deans, chapters, precentors, prebendaries...
Page 238 - ... be made. After which compofition fo made, there was an act of common council made in the 14 Edw. 4. in London for the confirmation of the bull granted by pope Nicholas. But the citizens of London finding, that by the Common laws of the realm, no bull of the pope, nor arbitrary compofition, nor act of common council could bind them in fuch things as concerned their inheritance; they ftili wreftled with the clergy, and would not condefcend to the payment of the faid 11d.
Page 159 - ... and happen, in such manner and form as hath been of right yielded and paid within forty years next before the making of this aet, or of right or custom ought to have been paid.
Page 17 - ... from henceforth, after the end and term of seven years next after such improvement fully ended and determined, pay tithe for the corn and hay growing upon the same, &c.
Page 241 - ... by the commandment of the Mayor of London for the time being, and in his default or negligence, by the Lord Chancellor of England...

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