An Essay on Uses and Trusts: And on the Nature and Operation of Conveyances at Common Law, and of Those which Derive Their Effect from the Statute of Uses, Volume 1

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Contents

Dehew and Saunders 348
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Jenkyns and McFadden 343 371 Kenworthy v Bate 123
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London City of v Garway 362 Lynes and Doe dem Maddock
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ABBOT of Bury v Bokenham 56 Amy Townsends case 214
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Elly and Bowater 378
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Abernethy and Boddington 249 Andrews and Biggs 325 326
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England and Eales 314 392 Field and Doe dem Booth 254
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Brook 105
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Erissey and West 312 352 Finch v Finch 348 356
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British Museum Trustees of and Bushell v Burland 221
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Twig 127
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Ettricke 130
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Delamotte and the King 291 Doe v Heneage 133
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Hynde 157
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Dennison and King 363
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Buckeridge 89 164
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Definition of a Use 1
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Mee 180
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Carter and Williams 341
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Dowding and Moorcroft 344 Earl of Dartmouth and Howe 433
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Of the Declaration of Uses 218
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Cotton 224
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Derwentwaters Lord Case 240 Doe dem Maddock v Lynes
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Grazebrook 430 Earl Howe and Mundy 436
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Adams ex parte 401
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Slater 249
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Mellish and Coningham 363 Morgan ex parte 423
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Legard 325
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Evans and Berrington 294 Fladgate and Bullock 328
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Mellish 363 Crompton and De Manneville 435
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Johnson and Newman 345 King and Holland 309 310 312
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Spicer 282
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Savage 102 147 Argol v Cheney 99 226
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Beckford and Greening 377 Bishop of London and Hill 345
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Greenhouse ex parte 87
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Bagot and Salisbury 298
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Frowd and Moore 443
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Jones 377
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Pickerell 314
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Downes and Trodd 119 256 Earl of Kent v Steward 151
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Cooke 318
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Jones 324
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Westbrooke 441 Ashburner and Fletcher 322
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Bailey and Keppel 121
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Langton 338
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Hibbart and Smith 396 397 Houston v Hughes 254
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Ambrose 343
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Dixon 345
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Brooke and Attorneygeneral 348
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Coppin and Dillon 371 372 Cureton and Bill 373
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Harris 354
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Morgan 282
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Baintons Case 113
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Brailsford 359 Cloudsley v Pelham 314
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Introduction of Trusts of a special or transitory nature
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Hales 366
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Anne c 19 and the constructioł upon
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Coppin 371 372
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Bell 377
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Robinson 373 Gooden and Bromley 325
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Rigby 431
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Hill 341
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Harmer 437
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Countess of Warwick and Edwards Darey v Hall 432
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The History of Uses continued 47 to
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Of the Effect of the Alienation of Cestui que Use upon
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Whitehouse 366 Foster v Blackstone 377
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Power to grant Repairing or Building Leases 461
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and Hore 113250
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a Power enabling a Tenant for Life in Possession to limit
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The Statute did not abolish the practice of conveying to Uses
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Dixon and Baines 345
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Power to appoint new Trustees 503
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Of Limitations which correspond with the Rules of the Common
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Dudley Lord and Attorney Earl of Somersets Case 292
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Coventry 121 426 433
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Hiscox and Willis 441
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Lord Southampton v Marquis of Clinton 138 295 297
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George and Taylor 345
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Cheneys Case
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for Years
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Lord Windsor and Earl of Pom Southampton 203 342
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Hobhouse and Jackson 380 Hulton v Sandys 377
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Of Uses limited to the Heirs of the Body or right Heirs
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Gibbs and Goodtitle
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Duke of Leeds v Munday 423 Edridge v Bengough 144 201
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Of Springing Uses after or upon a previous Limitation
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Mills and Grant 350
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Hodson
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Of Shifting or Springing Uses arising upon the execu
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Bramble 326 329 Daviss Case 22
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Ewart 353
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Leeds Duke of and Attorney Lock and Twisden 342
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Harewood 223 366 423
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Legal Estates vested in Grantees either at Com
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Duke of Newcastle v Lincoln 312
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Dixwell and Roberts 254 335 borough 132 202 502
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Hughes 434
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Willis 331 334 Colgate v Blythe
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Smith 161 349
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Of Uses and Trusts which are not executed by the Statute
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Whittam 315
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Bernard and Sprange 345 Bootle v Blundell 316
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Rumsey 359 363 Gray v Gray 356
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Best and Stratton 129 141 272 Bosworth v Farrand
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Headington 372 Hutchinson v Stephens 411
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Duke of Norfolks Case 206 Edwards and Brownsword
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Chirtons Walter de Case 291 Collinson v Patrick 371
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Bowman 162
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The Introduction and System of Trusts since the Statute
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Of Trusts since the Statute 27 Hen 8 c 10continued
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Weatherby
290
Crown
291
Skinner
292
Bateson 95
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Hall and Stanton 387
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Parke
318
Lucas and Harwell 151 159 Marryatt v Townley 342
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Bickerston and Rider 438
328
Duke of Norfolk v Browne 365 Edwards and Church
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Page 73 - Appointment, to be sealed and delivered, by her, in the presence of, and attested by Two or more credible Witnesses, or by her last Will and Testament in writing, or any...
Page 30 - June 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 216 - Ash and his assigns, for and during the term of his natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste ; and from and after the determination of that estate by forfeiture or otherwise.
Page 21 - Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and the Commons in this present Parliament assembled and by authority of the same...
Page 260 - ... and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, yearly and other rents, issues, and profits thereof; and all the estate, right, title, interest...
Page 70 - ... by any deed or deeds, instrument or instruments in writing, with or without power of revocation and new appointment, to be by him sealed and delivered in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 258 - Le welly 11, by any deed or deeds, instrument or instruments in writing, with or without power of revocation, to be sealed and delivered by him in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses, or by his last will and testament in writing...
Page 30 - ... be lawful for any trustees or trustee of any such endowments or emoluments to assign and transfer the same to the said governors of the bounty of Queen Anne, to be held and applied by them upon the same trusts and for the same intents and purposes as the same previously to such assignment and transfer were held by such trustees or trustee : and...
Page 219 - Brown to be begotten, severally, successively, and in remainder, one after another, as they and every of them shall be in seniority of age and priority of birth, and of the several and respective heirs...
Page 220 - B. lawfully begotten or to be begotten, equally to be divided between or among them, if more than one, share and share alike...

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