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" • are never imperative: they leave the act to be done at the will of the party to whom they are given. Trusts are always imperative, and are obligatory upon the conscience of the party intrusted. "
A Practical Treatise of Powers - Page 314
by Edward Burtenshaw Sugden - 1808 - 604 pages
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Notes of Opinions and Judgements Delivered in Different Courts [1757-1770]

John Eardley-Wilmot - Law reports, digests, etc - 1802 - 403 pages
...unexecutable; they are not powers, but trufts; s and there is a very eflential difference between them. Powers are never imperative: they leave the act to be done...at the will of the party, to whom they are given. Trufts are always imperative, and are obligatory upon the confcience of the party intrufted. This Court...
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A Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant

Sir Charles Harcourt Chambers, William David Evans - Landlord and tenant - 1823 - 959 pages
...Coghill, 7 Ves. 499. 12 659. Ves. 20G. HUon v. Oliver, 13 Ves. if) Doe d. Simpson r. Butcher, 114. never imperative ; they leave the act to be done at the will of the donee: trusts are always imperative, and are obligatory upon the conscience of the party intrusted....
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The Crisis: Or, Essays on the Usurpations of the Federal Government

Robert James Turnbull - State rights - 1827 - 166 pages
...and the other, is in equity, most marked and obvious. " A mere power is never imperative. It leaves the act to be done, at the will of the party to whom it is given," and hence full discretion is implied. " A trust is always imperative, and is obligatory...
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A General Abridgment and Digest of American Law: With Occasional ..., Volume 9

Nathan Dane - Law - 1829
...to numerous acts of parliament found necessary to disentangle and confirm private titles. ' Powers are never imperative ; they leave the act to be done...given. Trusts are always imperative, and are obligatory on the conscience of the party trusted,' said Lord CJ Wilmot, Wilra. 23. This well settled rule does...
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A General Abridgment and Digest of American Law: With Occasional ..., Volume 9

Nathan Dane - Law - 1829
...numerous acts of parliament found necessary to disentangle and confirm private titles. ' Powers arc never imperative ; they leave the act to be done at...given. Trusts are always imperative, and are obligatory on the conscience of the party trusted,' said Lord CJ Wilmot, Wilm. 23. This well settled rule does...
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1865
...Downing Chief Justice Willmot considers the distinction between a power and a trust. He says, "Powers are never imperative ; they leave the act to be done...obligatory upon the conscience of the party intrusted." Where trusts and powers are united together, so that the trusts can only be performed by the exercise...
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A Practical Treatise on the Law of Charities

William Robert Augustus Boyle - Charity laws and legislation - 1837 - 588 pages
...the distinction between powers and trusts as drawn by LCJ Wilmot. " Powers," said that able judge, " are never imperative : they leave the act to be done...and are obligatory upon the conscience of the party entrusted. This court supplies the defective execution of powers, but never the non-execution of them...
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A Practical Treatise on the Law of Trusts and Trustees

Thomas Lewin - Trusts and trustees - 1837 - 789 pages
...but trusts, and there is a very essential difference between them. Powers are never imperative—they leave the act to be done at the will of the party...obligatory upon the conscience of the party intrusted. This Court supplies the defective execution of powers, but never the non-execution of them, for they...
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Precedents in conveyancing: a collection of forms of assurances of ..., Volume 3

Samuel Vallis Bone, Thomas George Western - Conveyancing - 1839
...was said by LORD CHIEF JUSTICE WH.UOT, that powers are never imperative ; they leave the act to he done at the will of the party to whom they are given....obligatory upon the conscience of the party intrusted. A power of sale, with a trust for the application of the produce, is imperative. Such a power is in...
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A Practical Treatise on the Law Relating to Trustees: Their Powers, Duties ...

James Hill - Trusts and trustees - 1845 - 654 pages
...trust is sum- Distinction ciently marked and obvious. " Powers," as Lord CJ Wilrnot has ^^^ a said, " are never imperative ; they leave the act to be done at the will trust, of the party to whom they are given. Trusts are always imperative, and are obligatory upon the...
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