Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During the Time of Lord Chancellor Thurlow, Volumes 1-2

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Page 291 - Graves, for life ; remainder to his first and other sons in tail male ; remainder to the first and other sons of the testator's daughter, Anna Maria Hearle, in tail male ; remainder to his own right heirs.
Page 559 - ... that where any tenant for life shall happen to die before or on the day on which any rent was reserved or made payable upon any demise or lease of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, which...
Page 215 - Davison, lawfully begotten, and of the heirs male of the body of such first son lawfully issuing ; and, for default of such issue, to the use of the second, third, fourth, and all and every other the son and sons of the said Morton John Davison, lawfully to be begotten, severally, successively, and in remainder...
Page 158 - Husband makes a feoff ment to the use of himself for life, remainder to the use of...
Page 214 - ... for life, remainder to trustees to support contingent remainders, remainder to the first and other sons of the said...
Page 199 - This was determined in a case where money was ordered to be laid out in land, to be settled to the use of...
Page 12 - ... case there is an implied contract on the part of the debtor to pay. And all contracts to pay...
Page 206 - ... upon trust, that they, the said trustees, and the survivors and survivor of them, and the executors, administrators, and assigns, of such survivor...
Page 214 - N. after he should have attained his age of twenty-one years, for the term of his life, remainder to trustees to support contingent remainders, remainder to the first and other sons of N.
Page 419 - It is therefore essentially necessary, in order to set aside the transaction, not only that a great advantage should be taken, but it must arise from some obligation in the party to make the discovery. The Court will not correct a contract, merely because a man of nice honour would not have entered into it ; it must fall within some definition of fraud ; the rule must be drawn so as not to affect the general transactions of mankind.

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