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. 1830 Excerpt: ... quo, &c. quod domini maneriorum, terrarum, seu tenementorum super costeram maris adjacentium, particulariter habebunt marettum et sabulonem ...Read MoreThis 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. 1830 Excerpt: ... quo, &c. quod domini maneriorum, terrarum, seu tenementorum super costeram maris adjacentium, particulariter habebunt marettum et sabulonem per fluxum et refluxum maris secundum maius et minus does not lie in, T prescription, rrance or Denmark were part ot a manor. In that case the information, plea, and judgment, were in substance as followeth; viz. Quod cum 7,000 acrae marisci salci vocati Sutton De Jur. M. 30. prope terras seu tenementa sua projectum sive relictum; quodque et praedictae 7,000 acrae marisci salsi ad terram praedictam parcellara manerii de Sutton adjacent, et per flux us et refluxus maris relictae fuerunt a mari, et projects ad terram praedictam parcellam manerii de Sutton praedicti, ratione cujus relictionis praedictae dominus ut fuit scissitus, &c. de praedictis 7,000 acris in jure ducatus, &c. And then he entitles himself by a grant under the duchy seal, and traverseth what he had not confessed. Upon this there was a demurrer and judgment for the King, upon solemn argument, and principally upon this reason, that Custom can-custom cannot entitle the subject to relided not entitle de relict land, lands, or make it part of a manor;6 and it differed from the case of the Abbot of Peterborough before cited, for there it was only project, but here, relict is added to the plea, that it might answer the information; though the plea in the Abbot of Peterborough's case was the precedent by which the plea was drawn, and with which it agreed, saving the addition of relict. This deserves notice. In along a large extent of a former page (92) we have coast, and to the derelict seen, that Lord Hale consi-land there, which, it seems, ders prescription and usage is often considerable. There time out of mind, to be suf-...Read Less
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