Juridical Arguments and Collections, Volume 2

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G.G. and J. Robinson, 1799 - Law

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Page 61 - ... by executory devise or by deed of trust; as effectually as estates of inheritance, if it is not attempted to render them unalienable beyond the duration of lives in being and twenty-one years after, and perhaps in the case of a posthumous child a few months more; a limitation of time, not arbitrarily...
Page 61 - ... autre vie limited to one and the heirs of his body, " as it is in the cafe of a conditional fee, from which the mode " of barring by alienation was evidently borrowed. The man...
Page 46 - Some years previously in Goring v. Bickerstaff* (1664), it had been decided in the case of a chattel, that "the limitation of a term to several persons in remainder one after another, if they be all in being and alive together is good, and doth in no sort tend to the perpetuity of a chattel...

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