Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 4

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A. Strahan, 1797
 

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Page 344 - to recover that which is due to him in his own private capacity; but, having the whole perfonal eftate in his hands, fo much as is fufficient to anfwer his own demand is, by operation of law, applied to that particular purpofe. Elfe, by being made executor,
Page 304 - in the old cafes, they go a great way Upon the annexation to the freehold ; and fo long ago as Henry the feventh's time, the courts of law conftrued even a copper and furnaces to be part of the freehold. Since that time, the general ground the courts have gone upon of relaxing this
Page 22 - any crime or offence fo committed to his truft and fecrecy (except they be fuch crimes as by the laws of this realm his own life may be called in
Page 304 - in the old cafes, they go a great way upon the annexation to the freehold ; and fo long ago as Henry the feventh's time, the courts of law conftrued even a copper and furnaces to be part of the freehold. Since that time, the general ground the courts have gone
Page 304 - moveable chattel, taken either in part, or in grofs, before it is put up. But then it is infilled, that fixing it in order to make it work, is properly an annexation to the freehold. To be fure, in the old cafes, they go a great way upon
Page 304 - moveable chattel, taken either in part, or in grofs, before it is put up. But then it is infilled, that fixing it in order to make it work, is properly an annexation to the freehold. To be fure, in the old cafes, they go a great way Upon
Page 381 - if a legacy be given out of a perfonal eftate, and no time of payment mentioned in the will; this legacy (hall carry intereft only from the end of the year after the death of the teftator.
Page 237 - fo wherever they go, they carry their laws with them ; and therefore fuch new found country is to be governed by the laws of England ; tho' after fuch country is inhabited by the
Page 408 - as their common anceftor ; and they are collateral kinfmen to each other, becaufe they are all defcended from this common anceftor, and all have a portion of his blood in their veins, which denominates them
Page 237 - of parliament made in England, without naming the foreign plantations, will not bind them : for which reafon it has been determined, that the ftatute of frauds and perjuries, which requires three

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