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and cannot use force, but the lord has bis
pre-emption, as, for instance, to the nearest
Att, Gen., it was held that the devisee took
201, 635, 0.
mon out of the manor must prescribe for it
in the que estate of the lord .: 512, 517, n.
longing to a see may prescribe generally is
in an abbot or a prior is not a discharge of
leased and extinguished Page 129, n.
feme sole, and exercised after marriage, and
her second marriage 129, n., 267, n.
of disposition, implies a power of appoint-
by a surrender accepied by the lord or
duced in that case by the admission of the
without being noticed; but it should have
if he had been seized of other real
would have been held to apply 252
pointee, but admit the heir or other person
entitled in default of appointment, 180, 290
who had not surrendered to the use of his
now repealed act of 55 Geo.3, c. 192, semble,
previous surrender to will .. 247, n., 257, n.
be executed with the formalities prescribed
lord may seize qunusque after three procla.
Covert ; INFANT ; SURRENDER.
of a forfeiture nor seizure need be proved, 288
fined to the share of the particular defaulter, ib.
feiture, the seizure must be quousque only, ih,
the ground of unity in the rectory, manor,
prescribe to bave common in exclusion of
scription by copyholders, and by the lord for
PRESENTMENT; the steward is not bound to
receive any presentment by which the lord's
rights may be prejudiced Page 746, n.
tenant is sufficient, without the presence of
and admissions, required by the 891h sect., is
102, n., 222, n.
that an entry is also required by this section
“ of every fact proved to the lord or steward."']
any presentment of a surrender, will, or other
surrender and admission, bis consent not
not heard of for seven years, yet there is no
practice to return an old lease, with the seals
will be presumed, to support a title to a rent
have jurisdiction to grant probate and admi-
held, under 4 & 5 Vict. c. 35, without ho.
102, n., 285, n.
must concur in barring estates in remainder
to be entered on the court rolls 57, n., 61, n.
render or not, might have devised before
PRESENTMENT OF SURRENDER ;
what period it was to have been made in the
surrender might have been presented at any
223, 224 & n.
Canc., and Doe & Calloway in B. R., in
lord or steward, or was only for the lord's
information and instruction 225, &c.
taken by tenants or by the bailiff. 230
an error in form only, when the terms of the
lord's own use, even if he was tenant for
it would have relieved against an ill present.
ment, or want of timely presentment .. ib.
refused to present it, the remedy was by
was essential to its validity when not taken
homager in presenting his own surrender ib.
PRESUMPTION; where the custom required
QUARRY; no distinction between a mine and
a quarry, so that both lord and tenant must
356, 366, n.
the husband's consent to be expressed in the
spect of freehold lands were recoverable for
Page 617, n.
tion or distress for any rent must be brought
367, n., 617
there is no remedy left if in arrear twenty
ib., 618, n.
extinguished after twenty years, (except as
367, n., 618,n.
heriots” payable in respect of freehold
sumptively a quit rent, and not to support a
RELIEFS; their nature
368, n., 618, n.
be claimed on the death of one of several
82, D., 620
REMAINDER-MEN. See ADMITTANCE; FINE;
SURRENDER TO WILL.
REMAINDERS. See CONTINGENT REXAs.
QUOUSQUE; if the surrenderee neglects to be
admitted, the lord may seize quousque, on the
lies against the steward of a court Jeet for
ing to exercise the office 608, n., 704
manor and borough, and having a prescrip-
REMITTER; is only when the party comes to
the defeazible estate by act of law .. 482, 1.
RENTS; may be granted by copy 104
of part of the tenancy, but shall be appor.
ment cannot be apportioned on partition..7
RAPES (OR LATHS). See LEET.
ROYAL MINES ; are veins of gold and silver
in the ground of subjects Page 656, n.
SCIRE FACIAS. See ANCIENT DEMESNE.
SEA SHORE ; the right of bathing is not in-
cluded in the qualified common law right to
is, in the absence of a grant, to be supported
23, 24, n.
sale for a year
SEIZURE; whether the lord may seize in case
of non-compliance with a decree of the manor
years of the lord's right to issue a precept,
SEQUESTRATION; copyholds may be seques-
personal estate, and the rents of his real
SERJEANTY. See Grand SERJEANTY; PETIT
SERVICES ; what are due from a copyholder
RENUNCIATION. See DISCLAIMER.
REPRESENTATION ; the same right of, in
copyholds descendible by custom as at com-
Page 29, 44
REPUBLICATION; a codicil is a republica-
tion so as to give effect to a surrender of
lands acquired after the date of the will 214
cation, be an execution of a power executed
of the existence of a manor
RESULTING TRUSTS. See Trust Estates.
REVERSION, (Reversioner); assignees of the
reversion of part of demised premises are
statute, but the defendant could not allege
ManoR; SURRENDER TO Will.
hold and personal estate, but not executed
by marriage, except it is only an appointment
alteration of circumstances (s. 19] ib.
except a formal revocation (s. 23) .. 269, n.
a subsequent will, executed as required by
was left to the jury, who decided that the
facts amounted to a revocation .. 273, n.
will before revoked partially or wholly, must
of the legal interest with the equitable, held
appointment only over realty, was held to be
in a court baron, or customary court, except
wife, except perhaps as to fealty ib,
suit at such time as his attendance is required
mulation and enfranchisement act, except
service at the lord's court 615, 616, n.
STATUTES; which affect copyholds, though not
81 to 86
particular statutes to copyholds, when not
c. 60, (conveyances by infant heir of trustee
85, n.; App. 1011, 1012
portionment extended to annuities, dividends,
SETTLEMENT; where a pauper could enforce
a conveyance of the legal estate, he is irre-
trustee, or mortgagee, by residence on a
73, n., 399, n.
purchase is under £30 (9G. 1, c.7) 399, n.
mesnes or services will determine the manor 6
interest of lands which escheat or are for.
not applicable to copyholds 85, 8., 90, 202
43, 143, 164, 295, 346, in notis
for Middlesex and Yorkshire, but building
See AppROVEMENT ; AssetS; BANKRUPT ;
BARON AND FEME; BASE FEE; Copy-
STEWARD; (or lord) is judge of the custom-
act (4 5 Vict. c. 35), the steward and
against the express commands of the lord ib.
SLATE, &c. See Stone.