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DECEMBER, 1915, TO MAY, 1916
Sweet and Maxwell, Limited, 3 Chancery Lane, W.C.
THE TREASURY AND NEW ISSUES OF CAPITAL .
THE CONVERSION OF BUSINESSES INTO PRIVATE COMPANIES
THE REAL PROPERTY AND CONVEYANCING BILL (1915)
THE EXECUTION OF TRUSTS (WAR FACILITIES) ACTS.
THE TREASURY AND NEW ISSUES OF CAPITAL-EXTRAORDINARY DECISION.
THE PATENTS AND DESIGNS ACT (PARTIAL SUSPENSION) ACT, 1915.
THE INCREASE OF RENT AND MORTGAGE INTEREST (WAR RESTRICTIONS) BILL .
TRUSTEES LENDING ON MORTGAGE-THE "TWO-THIRDS RULE.
CASES UNDER THE COURTS (EMERGENCY POWERS) ACT, 1914
THE INCREASE OF RENT AND MORTGAGE INTEREST (WAR RESTRICTIONS) ACT,
HIRE-PURCHASE AGREEMENTS-AUTHORITY TO BREAK OPEN DOORS, ETC.
COMPANIES' MEMORANDA OF ASSOCIATION-A NOVEL RULE OF CONSTRUCTION.
RESCISSION CLAUSE IN CONDITIONS OF SALE-EFFECT OF
DIVIDENDS AND WASTING ASSETS-AN UNSATISFACTORY POSITION
CLOGGING THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION-COLLATERAL BENEFITS.
LEADING CASES-ROYAL BRITISH BANK v. TURQUAND
INTERPLEADER AND PARTNERSHIP CLAIMS
"TIME TO BE OF ESSENCE OF CONTRACT"-SPECIFIC Performance
CONTRACTS WITH COMPANIES-POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED
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In view of the new Real Property and Conveyancing Bill introduced by Lord Haldane, it may be considered that the issue of The Conveyancer should have been postponed until that Bill becomes law. The general opinion is, however, that no drastic alterations in Conveyancing Law will be effected for a considerable period-that the Bill in question is not likely to become an Act of Parliament until the war has been concluded and numerous matters of a domestic or social character, and other subjects of a more pressing nature, have been dealt with.
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It will be observed that the Forms are printed on one side of the page only. This is an innovation which will doubtless be appreciated by those who are in the habit of keeping their Text Books up-to-date"; for it enables the other side of the page to be used for making notes or the addition of new or alternative clauses.
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