Irish Equity Reports Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery; The Rolls Court, and the Equity Exchequer Volume 13

Irish Equity Reports Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery; The Rolls Court, and the Equity Exchequer Volume 13

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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. 1852 edition. Excerpt: ...up to 1846, was legally liable to the rent: Billing v. Osbrey; Furlong's Land. & Tenant, pp. ll4, 912; Kettley v. Elliott (a); Evelyn v. Chichester (b); 4 Bac. Abrid. Infant, F, 1'7, b; Midland Railway Company v. Quin (0); Jvallon v. O'Ferrall_(d); Rex v. Sutton (e); WhitingIzam's case(/); 2 Inst. p. 33; Madden v. White (g); Drury v. D1-any (h); Chambers on'Infanc_1/, p. 404; Cbetwood v. Fleetwood (1'); Doe v. Wood For the minor it was argued that in all the cases cited the action was brought against the minor, after he came of age, he having continued in possession, and that there had been no assent by the executor of Robert Fair, which was necessary to vest an estate in the minor; and Evelyn v. Chicbester (I), Bailis v. D3/neleg (m), Goode v. Ben;/on (n), Jennings v. Randall (0), Com. Dig. Infant, B 6, Ketseg/'s case (p), Woodfalllv Land. 5 Tenant, p. 631, Carr v. Ellison (q), Keene v. Boycott (r), were cited. The liisswnn or THE Ro1.1.s, after stating the facts of the case, and that the question had not been brought clearly before the Master by the objections, said: -_ With respect to the last objection, I understand that all sums received by the receiver in the minor matter, out of the moiety of the lands, which Campbell Fair was entitled to during his life, except the sum of 86. 18s. 2d., have been applied towards payment of the head rent, and the Master finds that the said sum should also be so applied. There is no foundation for the eighth objection, unless the questions raised by the other objections be well founded. The question which arises on the other objections is, whether the minor, who has never actually occupied the lauds, when the rents and profits received by the receiver in the matter, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 395g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236848098
  • 9781236848093