A Manual of Conveyancing: In the Form of Examinations Embracing Both Personal and Heritable Rights

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Bell & Bradfute, 1867 - 607 pages
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Page 235 - The advance of money by way of loan to a person engaged or about to engage in any business on a contract with that person that the lender shall receive a rate of interest varying with the profits...
Page 243 - ... for all the debts of the company then existing, and for all that shall be thereafter contracted, so long as they shall respectively continue in office...
Page 243 - Association, in the event of the same being wound up during the time that he is a Member, or within one year afterwards, for payment of the debts and liabilities of the Association contracted...
Page 242 - Association shall contain the following things ; (that is to say) : 1. The name of the proposed Company, with the addition of the word " Limited," as the last word in such name.
Page 244 - In the event of a company formed under this Act being wound up, every present and past member of such company shall be liable to contribute to the assets of the company to an amount sufficient for payment of the debts and liabilities of the company...
Page 426 - Decrees, and all Codicils, Deeds of Nomination, Decrees of Declarator, and other Writings bearing Reference to Conveyances separately granted, and naming or appointing Persons to exercise or enjoy the Rights or Powers conferred by such Conveyances, shall be deemed and taken, for the Purposes of this Act, to be Parts of the Conveyances to which they separately bear reference ; the Word " Lands" shall extend to and include all Heritable Subjects, Securities, and Rights ; the Words
Page 563 - Every will and other testamentary instrument made out of the united kingdom by a British subject (whatever may be the domicile of such person at the time of making the same or at the time of his or her death) shall as regards personal estate be held to be well executed for the purpose of being admitted in England and Ireland to probate, and in...
Page 148 - Undertaking, may be served by the same being left at or transmitted through the Post directed to the principal Office of the Promoters of the Undertaking, or One of the principal Offices where there shall be more than One, or being given or transmitted through the Post directed to the Secretary, or in case there be no Secretary the Solicitor of the said Promoters.
Page 241 - A person receiving by way of annuity or otherwise a portion of the profits of a business in consideration of the sale by him of the good-will of the business is not by reason only of such receipt a partner in the business or liable as such.
Page 43 - Property, or acquires Right to it by Donation, Bequest, or any other Means than by the Exercise of her own Industry, the Husband or his Creditors, or any other Person claiming under or through him, shall not be entitled to claim the same as falling within the Communio...

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