The American and English Encyclopedia of Law Volume 29

The American and English Encyclopedia of Law Volume 29

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...19 Beav. 478." Theo-Wren v. Hynes, 2 Mete. (Ky.) 130; bald on Wills (2ded.) 510. Hughes v. Hughes, 12 B. Mon. (Ky.) 1. Moore v. Lyons, 25 Wend. (N. 116; Bayless v. Prescott, 79 Ky. 252; Y.) 119; Mowatt v. Carow, 7 Paige (N. Biddle v. Hoyt, 1 Jones Eq. (N. Car.) Y.) 328; Pvms v. Mahan, 1 Dem. (N. 159; Vass v. Freeman, 3 Jones Eq. (N. Y.) 180; 32 Hun (N. Y.) 75; Willets Car.) 224; Evans v. Godbold, 6 Rich. v. Willets, 35 Hun (N. Y.) 40: Stev-Eq. (S. Car.) 26; Schoppert v. Gillam, enson v. Lesley, 70 N. Y. 515; Davis 6 Rich. Eq. (S. Car.) 83; Roundtree v. v. Davis, 118 N. Y. 411; Matter of Roundtree, 26 S. Car. 450; Simpson v. Herrick'6 Estate (Surrogate Ct.), 12 N." Cherry, 34 S. Car. 68. Compare Good Y. Supp. 105; Ross v. Drake, 37 Pa. win v. McDonald, 153 Mass. 481; St. 376; Passmore's Appeal, 23 Pa. St. Drayton v. Drayton, 1 Desaus. (S. 381; Harris v. Carpenter, 109 Ind. 540; Car.) 324. Hoover v. Hoover, 116 Ind. 501; A testator made certain specific deHansford v. Elliott, 9 Leigh (Va.) 79; vises and bequests to several of hischilMartin v. Kirby, 11 Gratt. (Va.) 71; dren. He then gave to his wife a life Porter v. Porter, 50 Mich. 456; Rood v. estate in his real and personal property Hovey, 50 Mich. 395; Eberts v. Eberts, not specifically disposed of. He then 42 Mich. 404; Branson v. Hill, 31 Md. declared that his real and personal 188; Vickers 7.'. Stone, 4 Ga. 462; Clan-property, after the decease of his wife, ton v. Estes, 77 Ga. 353. But compare unless his wife should choose to give up Matter of Denton (Supreme Ct.), 12 the estate before her decease, should be N. Y. Supp. 52; Teed v. Morton, 60 N. sold and divided among certain of his Y. 506; Wylie v. Lockwood, 86 N. Y. children; and then declared that if any 291; Kelso v....
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  • Paperback | 674 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 34mm | 1,184g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236935667
  • 9781236935663