Introduction to American Law, Designed as a First Book for Students

Introduction to American Law, Designed as a First Book for Students

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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. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...discretion, even where the letter of the law has been com lied with. Craig 1: . Fox, 16 Ohio, 563. A guardian appointed for a female be ore twelve, cannot by petition after, sell land without a re-appointment. Perry 1: . Brainard, 11 Ohio, 442. But in favor of a purchaser, many irregularities will be overlooked. Stall '0. MacB-lefiter, 9 Ohio, 19. An appraiser cannot be the purchaser, nor an administrator. Glass v. Greathouse, 20 Ohio, 503. Armstrong v. Huston, 8 Ohio, 552; but see Bohart v. Atkinson, 14 Id. 228. Wlren the law is repealed under which an order of sale was made, and the sale was made afterwards, it was void. ' Perry 1: . Clarkson, 16 Ohio, 571. A urchaser takes the title free from incumbranee of debts. Stivcr v. Stiver, 8 0 i0, 217; Bark v-Carpenter, 7 Ohio, gt. 1, 21. But if his title fail, he has no equity against the decedent's estate. almond 1: . Price, 13 Ohio, 368. The sale ma be a of a part, although the tition and order name the whole of a tract. liwin u.H1gbee, 7 Ohio, pt., 198. So an equitable title may be so1d.--Ibid. W are the sale proves void, the heir who seeks to annul it rnust'rpay past taxes, but not the purchase money. Nowler v. Coit, 1 Ohio, 519. ' here is no ower, under an order of sale, to create a trust, Piatt 1-. St. Clair, 6 Ohio, 257; but see 7 Ohio, t. 2, 165. The conveyance maybe made to the nssi nee of the purchaser. Iiiring v. Iligbee, 7 Ohio, pt. 1, 198. A petition may e granted to sell for payment of taxes. Welsh v. Perkins, 8 Ohio, 52. facie evidence that the executor or administrator has in all re spects observed the directions and complied with the requisitions of the law, and shall vest the title in the purchaser, in like manner as if conveyed by the deceased in his life time. Nothing is...show more

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  • Paperback | 364 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 19.05mm | 653.17g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123695761X
  • 9781236957610