Martin's Practice of Conveyancing: With Forms of Assurances, Volume 2

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A. Maxwell & Son, 1844 - Conveyancing
 

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Contents

Where part paid and part secured by mortgage
55
Extinguishment of lien for money secured by bond
61
Natural love
64
Release of estates from portions and merger of term
70
Appointment in conveyances to purchaser
72
Conveyance by trustee and cestui que trust
78
OF PARCELS
84
In a deed of confirmation
92
All deeds c
97
All right c
100
In a bill of sale of a ship 103
103
In demise of railway
109
When described in a map having been conveyed by
110
All deeds In purchases
116
To one and his heirs for lives if the estate of all
121
TITLE V
133
Of additional rent in time of war
139
OF USES
141
On the creation of a small rent for owelty Short form
148
As estates would have stood legally limited in case
154
By reference as if testator had been legally seised
160
Confirming a term in part of lands and creating a simi
163
A limitation by way of executory devise to sons suc
171
Of leaseholds to correspond with uses of freeholds
174
To children in fee with cross limitations in case
177
For daughters of successive afterborn sons in tail with
180
To permit vendor to receive the dividends so long
186
Declaration of trusts of bond to permit principal to
193
To indemnify and protect a purchaser of lands from
197
For partners as part of their partnership property
203
In a mortgage by way of assignment of copyright
213
To raise costs to be taxed as between attorney and client
219
In assignment of term to attend the uses of a settlement
225
Of term assigned to attend upon mortgage and subject
228
To sell
235
Vacancy in the number of trustees to be supplied
243
Clause excluding Antipsedobaptists Arminians Arians
249
then rateably according to amount of respective debts
255
To convey to uses of will
261
Of canal share by reference to trusts of settlement
274
Of maintenance out of interest and rents and of
280
Of freeholds for father and son until solemnization
285
As the husband shall by deed or will appoint
292
As husband shall by deed or will appoint
297
Of a term for years for raising money with a reference
303
Of real and personal estate for children equally with
309
For persons answering the description of heiratlaw
325
To vary securities
331
Of several sums of money for intended wife until mar
338
In favour of illegitimate children
360
Of Exchequer annuities for daughter during so many
366
In default of children or issue entitled by virtue
369
For maintenance of children after wifes decease
371
Of attorney to receive purchasemoney to compound
379
Of term for raising portions for younger children An
381
Of attorney in assignment of principal and interest
385
To repurchase within a limited time by way of shifting
391
That tenants in common shall have the option of pur
394
To lease freeholds and copyholds with licence at rack
485
To lease mines 491497
491
To lease and grant copies of freehold and copyhold
498
To make leases at improved rentsto renew leases
504
To sell and exchange freeholds and copyholds
524
To exchange lands for others in the same parish
530
To repurchase if any issue of a marriage prior to
533
For trustees to make partition 536538
536
To charge settled estates with an adequate sum for
543
For trustees to advance husband trustmonies for bis
548
For husband to take a given quantity of land out of set
554
To appoint additional trustees
563
That a certain person now a minor shall be a trustee
575
That provision for wife shall be in lieu of tierce of lands
580
For redemption on payment of advances by way of dis
586
For raising the rate of interest on principal of mortgage
592
That if mortgagor shall die before time limited for call
597
Declaration of trusts for sale of freehold and copyhold
600
Another form 210
606
For reduction of annuity when there shall be peace
609
For preserving the benefit of a judgment without
624
Remainder to trustees to preserveRemainder to first
631
For ceasing annuity limited for wifes jointure in certain
648
That if wife survive and marry again there being issue
654
That recitals shall not be construed as stipulations
658
That sale shall not operate to confirm any leases
664
For cesser of term limited for raising portions and
667
That in case an annuity shall be continuing when trust
673
That in case of eviction of any part of settled lands
674
To accumulate interest and dividends during suspense
680
That accounts settled by trustees shall be binding
682
By coparceners or tenants in common
688
By intended husband and wife severally as to their
691
By tenant for life and remainder man in fee 697 698
699
For title to freeholds in appointment and release in
714
For title to freeholds copyholds and leaseholds
729
For title to freehold estate In settlements
748
To surrender copyholds In mortgages
755
That children when of age or their heirs or devisees
761
That in case vendor of certain undivided parts of
766
To observe the covenants contained in a former lease
772
Not to exercise power to raise portions for children
778
That grantor shall have the option of repurchasing
804
By intended husband that his executors shall pay
810
To pay trustees such a sum as with what will arise
813
Marriage and covenant 63
825
Where it is to be held upon the trusts of will 54
826
By two vendors each for an undivided moiety 688
827
By each of two with the other and also separately from
828
For title to freeholds and copyholds with a covenant
829
That persons interested under the limitations in a will
830
That till payment of certain sums on mortgage and
832
Proviso to exonerate covenantor on procuring purchaser
834
To trustees in trust to convey and in the meantime
838
To raise portions for younger children 412 419
850
To sink part of settled monies in an annuity to increase
851
Of hereditaments c by reference to those declared
858
Remainder to testators right heirs 179
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Page 182 - Car. 2, c. 3, s. 7, that all declarations or creations of trusts, or confidences of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, shall be manifested and proved by some writing, signed by the party who is by law enabled to declare such trust, or by his last will in writing, or else they shall be utterly void and of none effect...
Page 558 - DE shall at any time or times, and from time to time, by any deed or deeds, instrument or instruments in writing, to be sealed and delivered by him in the presence of, and attested by two or more credible witnesses, direct, limit, or appoint...
Page 342 - ... [Provided always that if any child of mine shall die hi my lifetime leaving a child or children who shall survive me, and, being a son or sons, shall attain the age of twenty-one years, or being a daughter or daughters, shall attain that age or marry...
Page 768 - ... make, do and execute, or cause or procure to be made, done and executed, all and every such further and other lawful and reasonable acts...
Page 788 - ... upon such and the same trusts, and to and for such and the same ends intents and purposes, and with, under, and subject to such and the same powers, provisoes, declarations, and agreements as are...
Page 169 - B. lawfully begotten or to be begotten, equally to be divided between or among them, if more than one, share and share alike as tenants in common and not as joint tenants...
Page 404 - ... last will and testament in writing, or any writing in the " nature of or purporting to be her last will and testament, " to be by her signed, sealed, published, and declared, in " the presence of, and attested by the like number of wit" nesses, shall direct or appoint...
Page 118 - Brosius his Heirs and Assigns TO the only proper Use and behoof of the said Henry Brosius his heirs and Assigns for Ever.
Page 488 - ... the best or most improved yearly rent or rents, to be incident to the immediate reversion of the hereditaments so to be demised, that can or may be reasonably had or gotten for the same, without taking any...
Page 720 - AB his heirs executors or administrators well and sufficiently saved defended kept harmless and indemnified of from and against all and all manner of former and other [gifts grants bargains sales leases mortgages...

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