The Law and Practice as to References, and the Powers and Duties of Referees, with Numerous Forms

The Law and Practice as to References, and the Powers and Duties of Referees, with Numerous Forms

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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. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...s Rep., p. 52.) If property is given to trustees to apply the income to the maintenance of an infant, it is construed to mean that such application shall be made, if there is no maintenance due to him by law; while the father is living such maintenance is due from him. (Andrews rs. Partington, 2 Coxe's Cases, 223.) Where the father is found entitled to have an allowance, it may be extended to repayment of sums theretofore spent. (l4 Vesey, 499.) In Wilkes cs. Rogers (6 John. Rep., 594) it was decided in the Court of Errors that the allowance for maintenance might be made for the time past. Although the mother, like the father, is under the obligation to support a child, yet in her case especially an allowance will be made out of a fund given as a provision for it. (Fawkner cs. Watts, 1 Atkyns, 405; Wilkes cs. Rogers, ut supra.) In making the allowance, the circumstances of the family may be taken into consideration. (1 Vesey, 160; 7 Vesey, jr., 403.) CHAPTER VI. IDIOTS, LUNATICS, ETC. 1. Jurisdiction--Inquisition. 2. Appointment of Committee. (A) Reference. (B) Persons to be Appointed. (0) Security. (D) Maintenance. (E) Report. 3. Sale of Real Estate. 4. Sale to Pay Debts. ' 5. Lunatic Trustee, etc. 6. Contract of. 7. Contract of Ancestor. SECTION I. fltrisdiction and Inquisition. "The Chancellor shall have the care and custody of all idiots, lunatics, and persons of' unsound mind, and persons who shall be incapable of conducting their own affairs in consequence of habitual drunkenness, and of their real and personal estates, so that the same shall not be wasted or destroyed, and shall provide for their safe keeping and maintenance, and for the maintenance of their...show more

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