Report of Cases in Chancery: Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court During the Time of Lord Landale, Master of the Rolls, 1838-1866, Volume 20

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Page 269 - ... shall be good, valid and effectual in the law, to all intents and purposes whatsoever...
Page 68 - ... for and during the term of her natural life ; and from and after the decease of my said wife, I give and bequeath...
Page 684 - MR stated as a principle of construction which could not be disputed that "the general words of the Act are not to be so construed as to alter the previous policy of the law, unless no sense or meaning can be applied to those words consistently with the intention of preserving the existing policy untouched.
Page 624 - ... and issue process for the immediate sequestration of the personal estate and the rents and profits of the real estate of the party so charged, and...
Page 497 - ... shall examine her, apart from her husband, touching her knowledge of such deed, and shall ascertain whether she freely and voluntarily consents to such deed, and unless she freely and voluntarily consent to such deed shall not permit her to acknowledge the same ; and in such case such deed shall, so far as relates to the execution thereof by such married woman, be void.
Page 212 - ... shares of such of them as shall be a son or sons, to be paid...
Page 86 - ... in trust for all and every or such one or more exclusively of the other or others of the children...
Page 210 - ... children as shall be then living, and the issue of such of them as shall be then dead...
Page 614 - Suppose another case; two estates mortgaged to A, and one of them mortgaged to B. He has no claim under the deed upon the other estate. It may be so constructed that he could not affect that estate after the death of the mortgagor. But it is the ordinary case to say a person having two funds shall not by his election disappoint the party having only one fund ; and equity, to satisfy both, will throw him who has two funds upon that which can be affected by him only, to the intent that the only fund...
Page 241 - ... fuerit, vel Titius id miscuerit sine tua voluntate : non videtur commune esse : quia singula corpora in sua substantia durant. Sed nee magis istis casibus commune fit frumentum, quam grex intelligitur esse communis, si pecora Titii tuis pecoribus mista fuerint. Sed si ab alterutro vestrum totuin id frumentum retineatur: in rem quidem actio pro modo frumenti cujusque competit: arbitrio autem judicis continetur, ut ipse aestimet, quale cujusque frumentum fuerit.

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