Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Exchequer in Equity: From Trinity Term, 11 Geo. IV. to Michaelmas Term, 2 Will. IV., Both Inclusive, with Tables of the Cases and Principal Matters. [1830-1832]

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Page 13 - ... that no person or persons, shall at any time hereafter, make any entry into any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, but within twenty years next after his, or their right or title, which shall hereafter first descend or accrue to the same...
Page 433 - By the rule of law, independent of the statute, parol evidence cannot be received to contradict a written agreement. To admit it for the purpose of proving that the written instrument does not contain the real agreement would be the same as receiving it for every purpose. It was for the purpose of shutting out that inquiry that the rule of law was adopted.
Page 410 - Norton, deceased, and that an account might be taken, of all sums of money received...
Page 620 - Lives of [naming them], and the Lives and Life of the Survivors and Survivor of them...
Page 384 - That whenever an assignee shall die, or a new assignee or assignees shall be chosen as aforesaid, no action at law or suit in equity shall be thereby abated, but the court in which any action or suit is depending, may, upon the suggestion of such death or remOval, and new choice, allow the name of the surviving or new assignee or assignees...
Page 12 - ... and that all writs of formedon in descender, formedon in remainder and formedon in reverter, of any manors, lands, tenements, or other hereditaments whatsoever, at any time hereafter to be sued or brought by occasion or means of any title or cause hereafter happening, shall be sued and taken within twenty years next after the title and cause of action first descended or fallen, and at no time after the said twenty years...
Page 120 - ... law (commenced by him on the first agreement), and from commencing any other action at law against the plaintiff in respect of the said agreements or either of them. It appeared from the statements in the bill that the defendant was in March 1869...
Page 13 - Heirs, shall within ten Years next after his and their full Age, Discoverture, coming of sound Mind, Enlargement out of Prison, or coining into this Realm, or Death, take Benefit of, and sue forth the same, and at no Time after the said ten Years.
Page 432 - The purchaser ought to have had it reduced into writing at the time, if the representation then made as to the quantity swayed him to bid for the lot. If the parol evidence were admissible in this case, I know of no instance where a party may not by parol testimony superadd any term to a written agreement, which would be setting aside all written contracts, and rendering them of no effect.
Page 637 - . and interest, without any time being fixed by the proviso for payment of the money; the deed contained a covenant by A. for payment of the money on demand, and also a covenant that it should be lawful for B.

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