The House of Lords Cases on Appeals and Writs of Error, Claims of Peerage, and Divorces: During the Sessions 1847 [-1866], Volume 2

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Page 355 - Inst. 9), or the king's eldest daughter, unmarried ; or the wife of the king's eldest son nnd heir; or if a man do levy war against our lord the king in his realm ; or be adherent to the king's enemies in his realm giving them aid and comfort in the realm or elsewhere, and thereof be probably (proveablement, proveably) attainted of open deed by the people of their condition...
Page 648 - Dingwall, and the heirs of his body, whom failing, to the heirs male of the body of the...
Page 207 - If a case of fraud be established, a court of equity will set aside all transactions founded upon it, by whatever machinery they may have been effected, and notwithstanding any contrivance by which it may have been attempted to protect them. It is immaterial...
Page 25 - Money, when paid into a bank, ceases altogether to be the money of the principal ; a it is then the money of the banker, who is bound to return an equivalent by paying a similar sum to that deposited with him when he is asked for it.
Page 112 - ... intestate, or shall be advanced by the said intestate in his lifetime, by portion not equal to the share which will be due to the other children by such distribution as aforesaid, then so much of the surplusage of the estate of such intestate to be distributed to such child or children as shall have any land by settlement from the intestate, or were advanced in the lifetime of the intestate, as shall make the estate of all the said children to be equal as near as can be estimated ; but the heir...
Page 231 - Act is given to sales, and that owners intrusting agents with the possession of goods and merchandise, or of documents of title thereto, should in all cases where such owners by the said recited Act or otherwise would be bound by a contract or agreement of sale be in like manner bound by any contract or agreement of pledge or lien for any advances bond fide made on the security thereof...
Page 450 - when any person shall have been adjudged a bankrupt, all his personal estate and effects, present and future, wheresoever the same may be found or known, and all property which he may purchase, or which may revert, descend, be devised or bequeathed...
Page 527 - Bloomfield, accordingly, to hold to him, his heirs and assigns for ever, according to the custom of the said manor...
Page 450 - Bankrupt wheresoever the same may be found or known, and such Assignment shall vest the Property* Right and Interest in such Debts in such Assignees, as fully as if the Assurance whereby they are secured had been made to such Assignees...
Page 325 - ... and it was referred to the Master to take an account of the personal estate, and also to state out of what estate she was dowable.

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