Baron and Feme: A Treatise of Law and Equity, Concerning Husbands and Wives : of Marriages, Bastardy, the Privileges of Feme Coverts, Alterations Made by Marriage as to Estates, Goods and Actions, what Things of the Wife Accrue to the Husband by the Marriage, what Acts, Charges, Forfeitures by the Husband Shall Bind the Wife After His Death, of Jointures and Pleadings, Fines and Recovery, Conveyances, &c. Relating to Baron and Feme ...

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E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of E. Sayer, Esq.), 1738 - 485 páginas
 

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Página 462 - Spencer with the aforesaid sword a mortal wound of the depth of six inches and of the breadth of one inch...
Página 459 - ... and to the heirs of the husband, ; or to the husband and to the wife, and to the heirs of their two bodies begotten, or to the heirs of one of their bodies begotten, or to the husband and to the wife, for term of their lives, or for term of life of the said wife...
Página 460 - ... then she shall be admitted and enabled to pursue, have, and demand her dower by writ of dower, after the due course and order of the common laws of this realm ; this act or any law or provision made to the contrary thereof notwithstanding.
Página 176 - ... that on payment of the mortgage money the term should cease. In 1683 the Countess joined with her husband in an assignment of the mortgage ; and in the deed of assignment the proviso was, that on payment of the money borrowed by them, or either of them, the mortgage term was to be assigned as they or either of them should direct or appoint. The husband afterwards paid off the mortgage, and took an assignment of the term in trust for himself, and by will bequeathed his personal estate to his second...
Página 104 - ... two bodies, and they live to a hundred years without having issue, yet they are tenants in tail ; for the law sees no impossibility of their having issue. (6) 6. The impossibility of having issue musl proceed' from the act of God, and not from the act of the parties.
Página 411 - OS of the one part, and the plaintiff of the other part, • the defendant OS, in consideration of the sum of 10,000?.
Página 90 - B. afligns the Benefit of this Decree to one JS in Truft for Payment of his Debts, and made him Executor, and died, leaving his Wife and one Child unprovided ; the Creditors brought a Bill to have the Benefit of the faid...
Página 156 - Ann ofDw mark, and the Heirs of Her Body , and for default of fuch Iflue, to the Heirs of the Body of the faid Prince of Orange.
Página 103 - ... as she shall not be endowed both of the land given in exchange and of the land taken in exchange, and yet the husband was seised of both, but she may have her election to be endowed of which she will.
Página 210 - if an estate be made to a man and a woman and their heirs, before marriage, and afterwards they marry, the husband and wife have moieties betweee them...

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