A Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing: Comprising the Forms Required in Ordinary Practice with Practical Notes, 1. köide

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William Maxwell & Son, 1883
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Contents

Agreement for Apportionment of Rent under Lease where thic
59
Where vendors are a company or corporation
62
XIX Agreement between a Railway Company and a Landowner
65
XXI Agreement for Working a Quarry A Short Form
72
Appointment by DeedPoll by a Father to his Son under
74
Appointment by Independent Deed without Recitals
80
Revocable Appointment under Power in Settlement of Person
87
APPOINTMENTScontinued
90
Revocation of Appointment of Leascholds under a general
97
5
103
APPOINTMENTS OF NEW TRUSTEEScontinued
105
Declaration of trust
108
Appointment endorsed of a New Trustce of a Settlement
120
Appointment by Supplemental Deed of Three New Trustees of
130
Reconveyance and Reassignment by the Provisional Trustee
138
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139
Assignment of Indenture of Apprenticeship by the Master or
145
The same Short form in reliance on the Common Law Procedure
151
Bond to abide by the Award of one or more named persons as
157
Appointment of an Arbitrator
162
Appointment of Umpire by Arbitrators by Endorsement on
168
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176
AGREEMENTS
191
Gencral Power of Attorney to Manager of Bank in Colony
193
1
200
Bond hy a Rent Collector or other Agent to Account
211
Bond by Contractor with two Sureties for performance of a Build
217
See APPENDIX
223
The same Short form
231
General Conditions on Sale by Auction of Leaseholds Variations
236
As to Commencement and Deduction of Title
243
Missing Deeds Secondary Evidence
263
See ADDENDA and APPENDIX
269
Custody of Title Deeds and Covenants in Produce
275
Sale of FeeFarm Rents for Building
281
Money paid into Court
283
RECITALS
284
Agreement for Sale of Freeholds for a sum in gross and a Per
287
Estates Act
290
Assurances c
294
Contract for Issue of Fully paidup Shares to the Vendors of Pro
296
Conveyance of freeholds by grant general in form
317
Court
344
XXIX Tithes
350
GENERAL WORDS
357
CONVEYANCES ON SALE HABENDUMcontinued PAGE
361
CONVEYANCES ON SALE COVENANTS FOR TITLEcontinued PAGE
378
XIII Clause incorporating statutory covenants for title
384
Covenant by Trustees or Mortgagees or other fiduciary owners
390
Mortgage of leaseholds by demise or aşsignment to two mort
392
XXXIV Power of attorney in assignment of chose in action
404
Covenant to Surrender Copyholds on a Sale Variations
410
CONVEYANCES ON SALE PRECEDENTScontinued
415
CONVEYANCES ON SALE PRECEDENTScontinued
442
Conveyance of Freeholds by a Trustee under a Power
454
Conveyance of Freeholds by Tenants In Common having
465
Conveyance of Copyholds by Executors or Trustees under
471
XXXIX Assignment by Husband and Wife and a Mortgagee
477
CONVEYANCES ON SALE PRECEDENTScontinued PAGE
479
Conveyance in Fee in consideration of a perpetual Rent
499
Conveyance under the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act
507
Conveyance of Freeholds belonging to a Lunatic by
518
Conveyance of an Advowson Variations for conveyance
530
DECLARATIONS STATUTORY
559
Declaration of Trust by deed poll of Mortgage Debt where the Mort
565
Formal Parts
566
The same where the prior instruments are described in a schedule
567
Attestation where there are erasures or interlineations
568
DIRECTION AND CONSENT Sce APPENDIX 1 Consent to trustees of settlement investing in funds
569
Request to trustees to sell land
570
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573
Reversion of undivided share of a share of realty
579
Surrender of Copyholds by Equitable Tenant in Tail in Possession
585
See APPENDIX
589
Title
592
Conveyance of lands taken in Exchange to the Uses of a Strict Settle
595
Indemnity to a Purchaser against a Perpetual RentCharge by
604
From several obligors to several obligees with recitals
610
Bond of Indemnity on Payment of Lost Bond
617
General rights
623
LEASES HOUSES ETC continued PAGE IV Peppercorn rent
625
Penal rent in respect of any breach of covenant
626
To pay rates and taxes
627
To paint inside and out when required short form
628
To maintain gardens and pleasure grounds c
629
To deliver up at end of tenancy in good repair
630
To repay to lessor sums paid for insuring
632
A To repair outside of premises
641
Covenant in underlease for perpetual renewal on payment of a fine 612
643
Power of reentry 613
644
Ill Proviso to follow power of reentry in lease of several houses at separate rents
645
VI Power to lessee to determine lease
646
Title to copyholds
649
Agreement for Letting Furniture c to Hire
662
Not to make alterations in premises c 635
665
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666
Agreement for Building Lcases with Variations and Option
674
Lease made in Pursuance of a Covenant for Renewal by Joint
684
Not to commit waste 636
686
LEASES HOUSES ETC continued PAGE XVIII Lease with the Concurrence of several distinct sets of Mortgagees of Freeholds used as a Brewery an...
694
Lease of a Mill and fixed and moveable Machinery with the Concurrence of Mortgagees of Part of the Property
699
Lease of Rooms in a Factory with the use of Steam Power
703
1 Reservation of timber
706
Reservation of minerals
707
Liberty to resume possession of part of land
708
Rents to be paid clear of deductions
709
The same Another form
710
To cultivate according to custom
711
For cultivation of pasture meadows
712
Not to cut underwood except at usual intervals
713
The same Another form
714
To protect game
715
The same Another form
717
1 To keep the exterior of the farmhouse in repair
718
To pay compensation for mischief done by ground game
719
For quiet enjoyment
720
Proviso excluding customary or statutory rights to compensation at end of lease
721
I Agreement for a Yearly Tenancy Short form
722
Agreement for a Yearly Tenancy in Leicestershire Lady Day Hold ing Full form
724
Agreement for a Yearly Tenancy in Kent from 11th October Full form
728
Agreement for a Yearly Tenancy in Worcestershire
733
Lease for a Term
737
Where there have been sales c under powers and inclosures c 348
740
Slate quarries
741
Liberty to sink pits and make works
742
Liberty to use water
743
Liberty to work adjoining mines through demised mines or instroke
744
Lessees not to obstruct lessors mining operations
745
General reservation of excepted minerals
746
Lessor to join in repairing tramways
747
Fixed or dead rent
748
Different royalties for large and small coal
749
ix Spoilbank rent
750
Proviso as to coal which may be got without paying royalties c
751
Proviso as to surface rent and compensation to tenants
752
Average clause
753
To pay compensation to tenants for surface damage
754
The same another form
755
Not to discontinue working
756
Not to injure mines
757
That the lessor may repair on default of lessee
758
Not to make unnecessary shafts and to secure shafts
759
To return water taken from river
760
To prevent poaching
761
To leave barriers at boundary of land
762
That lessors agent may be present at weighing
763
To keep plans of mines
764
To allow lessor to inspect workings
765
Not to obstruct lessor in working excepted minerals
766
Lessors Covenants 1 For quiet enjoyment
767
I Power of reentry
768
Power to lessees to determine lease if coal lies too deep
769
The same if working is unsuccessful
770
Power of distress
771
Addition to power of distress
772
I Agreement for Lease of a Coal Mine
773
Lease of Iron and Metallic Mine in Devonshire effected by Grant of Licences only
780
Lease of Serpentine Rock in Cornwall
789
Freeholds under settlement and other instruments
795
XIII Lease to a married woman as her separate estate
802
LEASES MISCELLANEOUS FORMScontinued PAGE
807
Agreement Supplemental to a Building Agreement by which
815
LICENSES
822
Memorial of the Assignment of a Lease effected by Indorsed or
830
Title to stock
834
Title to trade plant book debts contracts
857
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Page 856 - ... and provisions corresponding, as nearly as the law and circumstances permit, with the uses, trusts, powers, and provisions to on and subject to which freehold land is to be conveyed as aforesaid ; so, nevertheless, that the beneficial interest in land held by lease for years shall not vest absolutely in a person who is by the settlement made by purchase tenant in tail, or in tail male, or in tail female, and who dies under the age of twenty-one years, but shall, on the death of that person under...
Page 366 - ... or as personal representative of a deceased person, or as committee of a lunatic so found by inquisition, or under an order of the court...
Page 844 - Act, is effectual to pass the land conveyed, or the easements, rights, or privileges created, discharged from all the limitations, powers, and provisions of the settlement, and from all estates, interests, and charges subsisting or to arise thereunder...
Page 2 - Fourth (chapter seventyfour), "for the abolition of fines and recoveries, and " for the substitution of more simple modes of assurance...
Page 861 - ... 4. The execution of a general power by will by a married woman shall have the effect of making the property appointed liable for her debts and other liabilities in the same manner as her separate estate is made liable under this Act.
Page 150 - The costs of the reference and award shall be in the discretion of the arbitrators or umpire, who may direct to and by whom and in what manner those costs or any part thereof shall be paid and may tax or settle the amount of costs to be so paid or any part thereof and may award costs to be paid as between solicitor and client.
Page 150 - ... books, deeds, papers, accounts, writings, and documents within their possession or power respectively which may be required or called for and do all other things which during the proceedings...
Page 224 - On a sale of any property in lots, a purchaser of two or more lots, held wholly or partly under the same title, shall not have a right to more than one abstract of the common title, except at his own expense.
Page 644 - ... without prejudice to any right of action or remedy of the Lessor in respect of any antecedent breach of any of the covenants by the Lessee hereinbefore contained.
Page 798 - Act when used in these rules have the same meanings as in the Act. The expression " the tenant for life " includes the tenant for life as defined by the Act, and any person having the powers of a tenant for life under the Act.

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