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THE LAWS OF ENGLAND.

VOL. IV.

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Digest

OF

THE LAWS OF ENGLAND.

BY

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE

SIR JOHN COMYNS, KNight,

LATE LORD CHIEF BARON OF HIS MAJESTY'S COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

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PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN,

LAW-PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY;

FOR JOSEPH BUTTERWORTH AND SON; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN; T. CADELL; J. AND W. T. CLARKE; J. CUTHELL; J. NUNN; 6. PHENEY; BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY; A. MAXWELL; H. BUTTERWORTH; S. BROOKE; S. SWEET; R. STEVENS; H. T. HODGSON; W.WALKER; R. SAUNDERS; G. WILSON: AND WILSON AND SONS, YORK.

A

DIGEST

OF THE

LAWS OF ENGLAND.

ESTATES, BY GRANT.(a)

(A) Estate in fee simple.

(A 1.) Of what things a man may have it. p. 4.
(A 2.) By what words. p. 5.

(A 3.) By what means. p. 8.

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(A 4.) When there may be a fee upon a fee. p. 9.
(A 5.) When it may be variable. p. 10.

(A 6.) What shall be a fee simple qualified or condi-
tional. p. 10.

(A 7.) What would be a performance of the condition. p. 11.

(A 8.) The effect of the condition performed. p. 12.

(B) Estate tail.

(B1.) The commencement of it. p. 12.

(B2.) What tenements may be entailed. p. 13.
B3.) By what words an estate tail shall be created.
p. 14.

(B4.) Tail general, what shall be. p. 18.

(B5.) Tail special, what shall be. p. 18.
(B6.) Gift in frank-marriage. p. 20.

(B7.) Issue in tail; how he takes. p. 22.

(B8.) He takes per formam doni, though he be not heir. p. 22.

(B9.) Must convey his descent wholly through males, &c. p. 23.

VOL. IV.

(a) In contradistinction to Estates by Devise.

B

(B 10.)

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