Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: By the Right Hon. Sir John Leach ... [and Others] Vice-chancellors of England. [1826-1852], Volume 14

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Page 514 - ... attested by two or more credible witnesses, or by her " last will and testament in writing, or any writing...
Page 150 - That it shall not be lawful to make any policy or policies on the life or lives of any person or persons, or other event or events, without inserting in such policy or policies the person or persons, name or names interested therein, or for whose use, benefit or on whose account, such policy is so made or underwrote.
Page 422 - Act, and being entrusted with the keeping of the Accounts, or having in his Hands or Possession, by virtue of his said Office or Employment, any Monies or Effects belonging to such Society, or any Deeds or Securities relating to the same, shall die, or become a Bankrupt or Insolvent...
Page 422 - Society shall appoint, and shall pay, out of the Estates, Assets, or Effects of such Person, all Sums of Money remaining due which such Person received by virtue of his or her said Office, before any of his or her other Debts are paid or satisfied...
Page 463 - It is in one way only that the sentence or judgment of the court of a foreign state is examinable in our courts, and that is when the party who claims the benefit of it applies to our courts to enforce it. When it is thus voluntarily submitted to our jurisdiction, we treat it not as obligatory to the extent to which it would be obligatory, perhaps, in the country in which it was pronounced, nor as obligatory, to the extent to which, by our law, sentences and judgments are obligatory, not as conclusive,...
Page 411 - ... heirs male of the body and bodies of all and every such son and sons lawfully issuing, the elder of such sons and the heirs male of his body...
Page 508 - ... of the marriage, with remainder to the first and other sons of Lady Boothby. by any after-taken husband, in tail male, with remainder to the daughters of Lady Boothby, equally, as tenants in common in tail, with remainder to the survivor of Sir Brooke and Lady Boothby in fee : and it- was provided that, in case there should not be any child or children of the marriage, or, there being such, all of them should die without issue...
Page 255 - Dewar as shall be living at the time of her decease, equally to be divided between them, share and share alike, if more than one ; and if but one, then the whole to such only child ; and...
Page 378 - statutory trusts ' shall be held upon the trusts and subject to the provisions following, namely, upon trust to sell the same and to stand possessed of the net proceeds of sale...
Page 276 - ... to be by her signed and published in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses...

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