The Country-solicitor's Practice in the High Court of Chancery: To which is Added the Country Practice in Matters Conducted in the Crown Office of the Court of Queen's Bench : Also the Practice of Issuing a Country Fiat in Bankruptcy : and the Practice as to the Acknowledgment of Deeds by Married Women : with an Appendix of Forms Applicable to All the Above Subjects
E. Lumley, 1845 - 431 pages
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Page 298 - ... and money subject to be invested in the purchase of lands, and also to dispose of, release, surrender, or extinguish any estate which she alone, or she and her husband in her right may have...
Page 363 - Britain, to be paid to the said [clerk of records and writs], his certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. For which payment to be well and faithfully made, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals.
Page 363 - The Condition of this obligation is such, that, if the abovebound CD, his heirs, executors, or administrators, do and shall well and...
Page 363 - Court, then this obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Page 67 - Plaintiff, or to the hands of any other person or persons, by his order or for his use, or which without his wilful default might have been received.
Page 393 - Fourth (chapter seventyfour), "for the abolition of fines and recoveries, and " for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance...
Page 189 - Court will be moved that the bill may be taken pro confessa against such defendant ; and the plaintiff is, upon the hearing of such motion, to satisfy the Court that such defendant ought, under the provisions of Order 77, to be deemed to have absconded to avoid, or to have refused to obey the process of the Court...
Page 29 - If upon a party, it may be made by leaving the notice or other paper at his residence, between the hours of eight in the morning and six in the evening, with some person of...
Page 314 - ... taken shall be taken for the first acknowledgment only. And the fees to be taken for the other acknowledgment or acknowledgments, how many soever the same may be, shall be one-half of the original fees, and so also, where the same married woman shall at the same time acknowledge more than one deed respecting the same property.
Page 303 - ... taken, without having any provision made for her in lieu of, or in return for, or in consequence of her so giving up her interest...