Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: By the Right Hon. Sir J. L. Knight Bruce, Vice-chancellor, Volume 2

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Page 621 - That when any land shall have been devised by any testator who shall die after the Thirty-first day of December, One thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, to the heir or to the person who shall be the heir of such testator, such heir shall be considered to have acquired the land as a devisee, and not by descent...
Page 439 - ... the right to make such entry or distress or to bring such action shall have first accrued to the person making or bringing the same.
Page 623 - And as to all my moneys, stocks and funds in the Bank of England, and all my ready moneys, and securities for money, arrears of rent and of dividends, and all and singular other my personal estate and effects, whatsoever and wheresoever...
Page 218 - Lives of [naming them], and the Lives and Life of the Survivors and Survivor of them...
Page 255 - CD shall from time to time by any deed or deeds instrument or instruments in writing with or without power of revocation and new appointment to be by him sealed and delivered in the presence of and to be attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 559 - That if any Action or Suit shall be commenced against any Person or Persons for any thing done in pursuance of this Act...
Page 439 - December, 1833, no person shall make an entry or distress, or bring an action to recover any land or rent, but within twenty years next after the time at which the right to make such entry or distress or to bring such action shall have first accrued to some person through whom he claims...
Page 440 - ... for the recovery whereof such entry, distress, action, or suit respectively might have been made or brought within such period, shall be extinguished.
Page 559 - And be it further enacted, That if any Person or Persons shall think himself, herself or themselves aggrieved by any Thing done in pursuance of this Act...
Page 516 - The settlor conveys it to the use of himself for life, and after his death to the use that his widow may receive a rent charge (or jointure, as it is called).

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