This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1801 Excerpt: ...and devifes. Is theresore in the instance put by the learned Judge, John should determine his estate, ' either by his death, or by a ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1801 Excerpt: ...and devifes. Is theresore in the instance put by the learned Judge, John should determine his estate, ' either by his death, or by a seossment in see, which amounts to a sorseiture, in the lise-time os Richard, under which cireumstances' the remainder never could vest in the heire os Richard; in that case, the grantor or his heir may enter and resume the estatei Nate 3, page 110, line-io, words in thc-fucceJfar.--Wt. Feamtv having attacked with so.much success the doctrine, os abeyance, the Editor may venture to observe, with respect to the two last in stances, though they are collected srom the text os Littleton, that there hardly seems any necellity to resort to abeyance, or to tls thuds, to explain the residence os the inheritance, or os the sreehold. In the sirst case, the whole see-simple is conveyed to a sole corporation, the parson and his successors; but is any interest is not conveyed, it Piiil remains, as in the sormer note, in the grantor and hu liCus, .to whom, upon the dissolution-os the emporation, the esI.ue. will reverts See 1 vol. 511. And in the second cast, the sreehoid seems, in sact, srom the moment os 'Cat death os the'parson, to rest and ahide in the successor, who is brought into vicw and notice by the institution and induction; sor aster induction he can recover ail the rights os the cbureh, which acerued srom the dchth ot, the' predecessor., Note 4, page 108, line 24, words intended any wme.--But it is not neeeilary to use any words os perpetuity in a devise, in order to give a see-simple, where it appears to be the intention os, the testator to dispose os all his interest in an estate, and that is in.plitel srom the word estate alone;.as is a testator gives tp Rienaru.hu estate or in or at Bate, -though neither heirs, assigiis, or aq
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