A Treatise on the Law of Copyholds and Customary Tenures of Land: With an Appendix Containing the Copyhold Acts of 1852, 1858, 1887, the Principle Forms Used by the Board of Agriculture, Precedents of Assurances, and Forms

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Contents

TABLE OF STATUTES CITED
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INTRODUCTORY 120
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Anon Cro Eliz 8 350
2
Edw I st 1 Extenta Manerii
4
Bacon v Brydges 6 M Gr 282 9 327
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Bechenowe Sharpe v Lutw 398 246
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Anon 3 Leon 13
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Car I c 1 Priv Cheltenham Manor Act 160 392
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NATURE OF ESTATES IN COPYHOLDS 2145
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Singer 2 Ves 603
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Car II c 3 Statute of Frauds
29
Booth L R 5 0 P 80 39 L J N S C P 47 21
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Geo III c 116 Land Tax Redemption Act 1802
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Anon 4 Rep 24 a
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Beck v Heakin 6 A E 495 2 N P 660 328
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Broadbent Wilkes v 1 Wils 63 2 Stra 1224 19 233
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Baker 1 Brownl 227 275
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Lempriere Cuthbert v 3 M S 158
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Banks Rex v 3 Burr 1452 302
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Cope Glover v 1 Salk 185 3 Lev 326 4 Mod 80 Carth
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Carter Kempe v 1 Leon 55 131
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Houghton Northumberland Duke of v L R 5 Ex 127 243
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Carvel Weeks v Noy 106 135
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Anne c 20 Middlesex Registry Act 1708
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Dodd 3 B P 378 6
118
Smith 2 Mer 123 66
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Anon 3 Wils
126
Copyholds
129
Barker Payne v O Bridg 18 66 130 133
130
Barkham Newcomen v 2 Vern 729 Ch Prec 464
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Arnold 4 K J 595 10 350
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Geo III c 109 Inclosure Consolidation Act 1801
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Sussex Earl of 2 Ld Raym 1292
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Channen Bunn v 5 Taunt 244 255 262
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Raindle 3 Ves jun 256 63 67
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Braybrook Lord 6 M S 34 313 346
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Bennett Austin v 1 Salk 356 199
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Bury Price v 2 Dr 11
170
Hallett Queens College Oxford v 14 East 489 275
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Corbett Reg v 1 E B 836 22 L J N S Q B 335 17
183
Att Gen v Vincent Bunb 192 2 Eq Cas Abr 378 227
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Howard Wright v 1 S S 190
188
ABBOTT Playters v 2 Myl K 97 3 L J N S Ch 57
189
Camden Lord 2 Cox Ch Cas 231
196
Bennett 1 Salk 356
199
Locke 3 Cl F 721 9 Bli N 8 1 135
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Browne Trinity College Cambr v 1 Vern 441
202
Chapmans Case 2 Rolles Rep 366
208
Corby Clayton v 5 Q B 415 D M 449 14 L J N
212
Scully 9 H L C 360 7 Jur N S 1169
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INCIDENTS OF COPYHOLD ESTATES 157219
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Geo III c 145 Forfeiture
225
Hull Ex parte 7 Dowl 690 318
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Reove Willes 227 258
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Thomas 2 Keb 267
229
Benny or Benson Turner v 1 Mod 61 1 Ley 293 2
238
Lightfoot 3 Leon 239
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RIGHTS OF COMMON 248299
248
Gatewards Case 6 Rop 59 b 249
249
Hunter Marsham v Cro Jac 253 268
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Rhodes 1 Cr Mees 439
269
Huntington Doe d Reay v 4 East 271 6 51 324 353
271
Falmouth Viscount 2 M S 440
274
Geo III c 147 Exchange of glebe
285
Hardham 1 B Ald 706
291
Helliwell 5 H N 609 29 L J N S Ex 297 238
297
Weekly 1 Lev 76
298
Kay Cro Eliz 661
299
MANORIAL COURTS 300323
300
Cromwell Lord Taverner v Cro Eliz 353 4 Rep 27a 69
305
Barnes Ex parte 2 Dowl N S 20
308
Clode 2 W Bl 1030
315
Byron Hall v 4 Ch Div 667 46 L J N S Ch 297 36 L
317
Bruertons Case 6 Rep 1 a 198 205
321
EVIDENCE 324348
324
Hen VIII C 3 Disgavelling
325
Harrington Earl of Widdowson v 1 J W 532 62 72 163
326
Calloway Doe d Priestley v 6 B C 484 9 D Ry 518 347
328
Harrison Rooper v 2 K J 86
333
Budden Doe d Nepean v 5 B Ald 626 1 D Ry 243 162
334
Chichester Earl of v Hall 17 L T 121 214 215 218
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Guise 4 Bing N C 148 5 Scott 453 3 Hodges
342
Cooper 8 Ves jun 382 66
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Hen VIII c 1 Statute of Wills
349
Barnes Johnson v L R 8 C P 527 42 L J N S C
353
Bewsey 7 Ch Div 453 37 L T N S 688 43 509
354
Hart In re Ex parte School Board for London 41 Ch Div 547
358
Barnes Nanson v L R 7 Eq 250 20 L T N S 154 17
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EXTINGUISHMENT AND ENFRANCHISEMENT 349443
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Form of application for exchange
453
APPENDICEScontinued PAGE
459
Minute of the Board of Agriculture as to proceedings
466
Scale of compensation in ordinary cases of enfran
473
Hurd Salisbury d Cooke v Cowp 481
481
Jones 6 C B 81 17 L J N S C P 206 12 Jur 657 250
485
Table of Fees authorised to be taken by the Board
493
Extract from the Close Rolls of 18 Henry III as
507
Allfrey In re W N 1889 40
535
Dalby Hetl 14 10
553
Austin Curling v 2 Dr Sm 129 76
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INDEX
589
Timber
599
Hutt Ex parte 7 Dowl 690 3 Jur 1105 315
606
Hen VIII c 4 Monasteries
613
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615
24 L J N S
Camden Lord Garrick v 2 Cox Ch Cas 231 196
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Eliz c 10 Priv Disgavelling
8
Chorley Reg v 12 Q B 515 12 Jur 822 270 271
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Gavelkind
23
Eliz c 3 Monasteries
35
Gilpin Bence v L R 3 Ex 76 37 L J N S Ex 36 17
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Cowper 2 Brownl 217 224
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Dibley 4 Rep 23 a Moo 596 Poph 38 56 149
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Ince Elliott v 7 De G M G 476 55
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Canns Estate In re 19 L J N S Ch 376 15 Jur 3 110
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Barr Fane v cited 1 Salk 243 6 Mod 120 130
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Bartlet Howard v Hob 181 161 162
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Lanyon 2 Wms Saund 165 1 Lov 294 1 Vent
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Page 515 - Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that the words and expressions hereinafter mentioned, which in their ordinary signification have a more confined or a different meaning, shall in this Act, except where the nature of the provision or the context of the Act shall exclude such construction, be interpreted as follows (that is to say) : the word " will " shall extend to a testament, and to a
Page 22 - All declarations or creations of trusts or confidences, of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, shall be manifested and proved by some writing signed by the party who is by law enabled to declare such trusts, or by his last will in writing, or else they shall be utterly void and of none effect.
Page 545 - Money to be paid into the Bank of England in the Name of the Accountant General of the Court of Exchequer.
Page 213 - Time as herein-after is mentioned ; (that is to say,) when the Person claiming such Land or Rent, or some Person through whom he claims, shall, in respect of the Estate or Interest...
Page 516 - ... shall extend to manors, advowsons, messuages, lands, tithes, rents, and hereditaments, whether freehold, customary freehold, tenant right, customary or copyhold, or of any other tenure, and whether corporeal, incorporeal, or personal, and to any undivided share thereof, and to any estate, right, or interest (other than a chattel interest) therein; and the words "personal estate...
Page 40 - ... owner or occupier of premises by delivering the same or a true copy thereof to some person on the premises, or if there is no person on the premises...
Page 534 - ... be paid into the Bank of England in the name and with the privity of the accountant-general of the Court of Chancery, to be placed to his account there ex parte the Copyhold Commissioners...
Page 516 - ... the testator may or may not be ascertained as the person or one of the persons in whom the same respectively may become vested, and whether he may be entitled thereto under the instrument by which the same respectively were created or under any disposition thereof by deed or will : and also to all rights of entry for conditions broken, and other rights of entry...
Page 515 - person" shall extend to a partnership, or body politic, corporate, or collegiate, as well as to an individual ; and every word importing the singular number only shall extend and be applied to several persons or things...
Page 517 - ... estate, and also of all such stamp duties, fees, and sums of money as would have been lawfully due and payable in respect of surrendering such real estate to the use of the will, or of presenting, registering, or enrolling such surrender, had the testator been duly admitted to such real estate, and afterwards surrendered the same to the use of his will; all which stamp duties, fees, fine, or sums of money due as aforesaid, shall be paid in addition to the stamp duties, fees, fine, or sums of...

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