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the statute of limitations, 3 & 4 Will. 4, c.
27..78, 290, nQ,473, nQ, App.743, n., 751, n.
tenham, by which a widow's right to admis-
by the alienation of the husband alone.. 78
Gwinnell, that dower attached according 10
dividing the houses into chambers
rivers, though not arms of the sea ib.
the mouth of a river, not prohibited by the
nets and cobles can be restrained from fish.
the sea, as annexed to certain tenements, ib.
common of piscary, and their several distine-
piscariam," is an incorporeal and not a ter•
the grantee is presumed to be owner of the
courts incline to the construction of a terri.
that lands imperceptibly added 10 demesnes
by alluvion belong io the lord .. ib., n.
exclusive right exists prescriptively,
several fishery in an arm of the sea
as appurtenant to a manor
river, not navigable, is the boundary of two
fishery in such rivers is in the proprietors of
the adjoining lands
user or abuser
not a forfeiture of the whole 668, 11.
FREEBURGH. See LEET
norial rights excluded from the operation of
have a free chase as belonging to his manor
Hen. 3, and by that act and subsequent
rights excluded from the operation of 4 & 5
exclusive right of taking fish in an arm of
the grant of free warren Puge 661, n.
by prescription there inay be a right to fowl
the grounds of another person
661, 664, n.
by the general word "appurtenances”.. 662
general words of " free warren, &c.” (Carr
ren in all demesne lands in the manor, &c."
662 to 664
lief in equity, having no other claim than to
.. Page 664, n.
tom of gavelkind and borough-English, 26
descent, freebench, and curtesy, abolished as
tesy not to apply in the cases stated, 26, 27,n.
gavelkind before the Conquest
FRUITS OF TENURE. See Escueat; Es.
TRAYS; DEODANDS, &c.
FUTURE INTERESTS; may be devised under
1 Vict. c. 26, s. 3, and disposed of by deed
GAME ; whether the sole right of property in
662, 663, n.
tom of gavelkind or borough-English, is not
ejectment without admittance, on determina-
than the lord has in the seigniory 97, 98
a common law assurance, or if the land be
14, 15, 98
15, n., 198
a manor is void, but the rule does not apply
sively does not give an interest to the cestui
son only, but is void for uncertainty if he
intended to take is named in the habendum
authorizing lords of manors to appoint game.
the effect of such extinguishment .. 664, n.
&c., 664, n.
established, a cestui que trust is without re-
Page 399, n.
fant nor his guardian appear after three pro-
clamations, or personal summons ib.
mittance and recovery of the fine under 1
53, 397, 398
like manner as a socage guardian, excepe
678, 0., ib.
less estate may be created
for two, or for one life only is good ib.
to them successively sicut nominantur, and
modo, a grant may be made to A. for life,
"right,”” him and his,” &c. ib., 100, 148
the first person named takes for life, and so
without the form of a court, and therefore
the mere entry of the grant on the court rolls
out of court
c. 35, be made by the lord or steward out of
cept by special authority .. 114, 458, 546
MISE, &c.; Waste Lands.
GUARDIAN ; cannot be appointed by the lord
take the profits without account during non-
be held and grants and admittances made in
. 91, n.,
App. 755, n.
father exercise his testamentary power under
App. 756, n.
HEIR; a copyholder could not have limited an
estate to his right heirs as purchasers ; so the
when the two rights met .. 43, 44, 143, 276
heir, with an executory devise over, and 10
a devise from the heir upon a contingency
(but now as to the above rule see 3 & 4
Will. 4, c. 106, s. 3, App. 1068).44, 276
claim to be admitted as by descent, but
position, by the ancestor of the equitable
ment of the ancestor's death and proclama.
to seize as for a forfeiture after proclama-
126, 140, 290, 311
ejectment before admittance 290, 311
sworn on the homage, por could he have
in respect of the lord's fine, yet he cannot
lord's act a court cannot be held 314
devise for partial purposes of conversion, 413
CROACHMENT; EVIDENCE; Five; For-
own beast; and by seizing reduces ibat to
but this is doubtful; and clearly a heriot
suit heriot) is distinguishable from heriot
strictly, and therefore would not be payable
by the lessor, under a disjunctive reservation
when the whole fee is parled with .. 374
HERBAGE; may be granted by copy, 104, 158
one person may have the prima tonsura as
jects of the late commutation and enfran.
and then the lord may seize as for heriot
Heriot Custom is by immemorial usage in a
within the manor would be void as to
descent, to the best quick catile and to a
for life or years as well as tenant in fee ..ib.
when particular estates are carved out, each
was tolled [N. B. entry no longer tolled by
compellable in equity to make good to the
ceners, joint-tenants and tenants in common,
applicable to an alienation by joint-tenants,
& Berkeley, overruling Attree & Scult, as to
& Jekyll and Holloway & Berkeley is still
disposition of the interest and of the land
parts of the land aliened should re-unite, ib.
of every tenant, the lord will be entitled to a
on the death or alienation, and he is bound
be concluded by a sale in market overt, 387
have waived his right after lapse of time, ib.
devise, or by a fraudulent disposition, ib.,389
the tenant at the time of bis death or aliena-
chattel, and is no charge on the land .. 388
by custom, but a custom to distrain the
cattle of a stranger is good .. 389, 390 & 1.
every undivided share must be distinctly
remedy for, although included in the inandate
& n., App. 1145 & .
ib., App. 745, 746, 1143
604, n., 616
IDIOT; may receive a grant of copyholds.. 108
how ordered for his copybolds 52, 53
take a grani of copyholds .. 107, &c.