A Compendium of the Law of Real and Personal Property; Primarily Connected with Conveyancing

A Compendium of the Law of Real and Personal Property; Primarily Connected with Conveyancing : Designed as a Second-Book for Students, and as a Digest of the Most Useful Learning for Practitioners Volume 2

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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. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...as a revocation of the devise (y). And the mere change of a trustee does not operate as a revocation of a preceding devise (2). Nor does a partition of an estate between tenants in common operate as a revocation of a prior devise made by one of the tenants of his share, even though such a partition be corroborated by a fine (a). 2910. Where a person has an estate pur autre vie at the time of making his will, and afterwards purchases the inheritance, it is a revocation of any devise of the estate pur autre vie (6). 2911. Although a mere mortgage in fee made after the lands mortgaged were devised is a revocation of such devise at (t) 1 Jarm. Wills, 2nd ed. 130; Fletcher, 2 My. & Cr. 432. Plowden v. Hyde, 2 Sim. (N.S.), (y) 6 Cruise T. 38, c. 6, 92. 171; 2 D. M. & G. 684; BuUin v. (;) 6 Cruise T. 88, c. 6, 94; 1 Fletcher, 2 My. & Cr. 482. Jarm. Wills, 2nd ed. 129. (u) Plowden v. IIydt,2Sim. (N.S.), (a) 6 Cruise T. 38, c. 6, 97; 6 171. Jarm. & Byth. by Sweet, 596; 1 (x) 6 Cruise T. 38, c. 6, 90; 1 Jarm. Wills, 2nd ed. 125. Jarm. Wills, 2ndcd. 129; Bullin v. b) C Cruise T. 38, c. 6, 113. prin.T.r., Law, yet in Equity it only has the effect of making the devisee take subject to the mortgage as against the mortgagee, and in cases within the stat. 17 Vict. c. 113, as against the testator's representatives (c). But if lands are devised to a person in fee, and the testator afterwards mortgages them to the devisee, it will be a revocation in toto, being inconsistent with the devise (d). 2912. Where the owner of an estate limited to the usual uses to l)ar dower mortgaged it in fee, and then devised the estate, and subsequently took a reconveyance from the mortgagee to the same uses to which it stood...show more

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  • Paperback | 266 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 481g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236780655
  • 9781236780652