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lunatic, the act of 1 W. 4, c. 65, (repealing
descent or surrender to will, or otherwise,
but the act is not imperative on the lord, when
admittance of the party under disability is
, if there has been an
and by descent, but does not give validity
to an intermediate surrender Page 293, n.
tomary freeholds passing by bargain and sale,
or surrender, and admillance .. ib.
deree, nor in the devisee of an unadmitted de
ib. and D.
devisee was not good, though he was subse-
seizin in the remainder-men 294, 295
is the admission of the reversioner ib. n.
or reversioner, and of devisee of reversion ib.
fine, must be clearly established . ib.
that though the admission of tenant for life
shall have bis fine due by custom ib, n.
a life estate, he must be re-admitted ib.
use of himself and others, he takes a new
the copyholds, the necessity of admitrance
196, 291, n.
if a surrender has been obtained by such
except under the act of 1 Will. 4, c. 65 (re-
attorney is void
mission on a valid surrender having relation
surrender, creates a title to dower and curtesy,
Page 149, 313
none is expressed in the surrender ib.
406, n., 447, 448
SOLVENT DEBTORS; PRESENTMENT; Stew.
ADVANCEMENT. See RESULTING Trusts.
ADVOWSON; may by custom be granted by
BARON (tit. Amercement); LEET (tit. Amerce-
AFFIRMATION. See Quaker.
AGENT. See the COMMUTATION AND ENFRAN-
CHISEMENT Act, 4 & 5 Vict. c. 35, ss. 11,
Page 299, 300
titled pur autre vie under 6 s. of 1 Vict.
c. 26, must be admitted
175, n., 181
missioners of bankrupt, were formerly treated
lation to the enrolment of the bargain and
sale, not to the date 301, 302 and n.
c. 16, and 1 & 2 Will. 4, c. 56, showing
commissioners or assignees 302, &c.
Geo. 1, c. 57, and 1 Will. 4, c. 38, showing
the provisional or general assignee, 307, 308
6 Vici.c. 116; 7 & 8 Vict. c. 70..308, 309
chaser's admittance be delayed and the bank.
tance, but is of an ambiguous nature 311
affords the means of obtaining it ib.
reversion to bring ejeciment
bably not to make an admittance for life the
reversioner, to the fee by descent, would not
under an elegit, would entitle the lord to a
the ancestor surrenders to uses, will give a
AGREEMENT. See the COMMUTATION AND
ENFRANCHISEMENT Act, ss. 2, 10, 12, 13,
56, 58, 84, 93, 94.
205, &c., 301, n.
small share prove bad, the purchaser will
his contract when the title to one of two lots
proves bad, depends on circumstances ib.
settle lands, will not be satisfied by a sur-
tute of frauds ..
will restrain the vendor from dealing with
chased in the name of a trustee 109, 455
grant to or admittance of an alien Puge 109
Court BARON, sect. 2, pp. 609, 610.
inclosure act to an allotment in respect of
the legal estate in an allotment, under the
ANCIENT DEMESNE- continued.
demesne lands, when the tenure may not be
voting at elections by 31 Geo. 2, c. 14 ib.
The Writ of Monstraverunt; and De non ponendis.
trained for services not usually performed,
(and perhaps without being distrained) 584
and chamberlain of the Exchequer to certify
and mittimus is conclusive, though no issue
may be severed, and death or noosuit of one
name, and in the name of the other tenants
by the general words homines manerii ib.
or place of distress need not be alleged 585, n.
straverunt, the writ shall abate only as to
on any inquest, may have the writ' de non
AMERCEMENTS; the goods of an under-
tenant could not be taken under a prescrip-
baron for non-performance of suit 624
of 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110 .. 47, 48, n., 589, n.
424, n., 590, n.
demesne is to be tried per pais, 579, n.,589,&c.
ancient demesne (one who hold freely), 582
writ of right close, or monstraverunt 582, n.
were to sue by plaint in the lord's court 582
from serving op juries out of the seigniory ;
from pontage and toll ..
have shown new cause, but if for general
removed by recordari, the tenant suing a
was directed to the bailiffs, and that twelve
have had writ of right close, was to have
fault upon the return of the grand cape, 587, n.
that the lands are held of a manor which is
512, 589, 591
recovered in ancient demesne 589, 590, n.
if stated generally to be held of a manor
pleading exemption from toll .. ib.
Fines and Recoveries: Writ of Disceit.
levied and recoveries suffered in ancient de.
mesne by writ of right close Pages 591, 592
after the expiration of a lease for life, created
the Common Pleas were good, and made the
error, therefore not within 10 & 11 W.3, c.
.. 593, n.
3 & 4 W. 4, c. 74, abolishing the writs of
disceit and warrantia chartæ,592, n., 593, n.
coram non judice, and no bar under statutes
been a bar to the lord under statute of non-
hindered the reversal of a fine of later date,
changed by a fine at common law .. ib.
did not alter the tenure as to that action, ib. n.
person only, but might have been reversed
against the conusee as well as conusor, or
to reverse a recovery, held that the demand.
his right, should have held against him, though
frank-fee, and what does not 597, 598
services, will make the lands frank.fee, 597
except certain specified services ib.
by the king's regrant, 10 hold of the same
ANGLO-SAXONS; their jurisprudence. See
copy of an admittance in trust
the purchase money Page App. 944
in the inrolment act of 53 Geo.3. (See Ap-
.. 141, n.
Geo. 2, in favour of executors of tenant for
but if to hold of another manor, they remain
during life by certain services for all.. ib.
patent, where the seizure was made without
confirmation to disseisor to hold at common
certain time, the lands become frank-fee for
title must, after a fine in Common Pleas,
option to sue by writ of right close, or at
ARBITRATOR. See BOUNDARY,
for specially debts, or debts of the crown, 48
47; (the provisions explained by 2 & 3 Vict.
copy holds are assets both for simple contract
571, n., 1067
devisee personally liable, but not to charge
App. 1067, n.
49, 276, n., 282
devise to the heir, though he takes by de-
49, n., 376, 0.
claim to stand in the place of mortgagees
tors under the lowest class of security 50
burtben of mortgages and legacies, in exo-
person attainted until entry by the lord, 126
of attainder until office found .. 440, n.