The Law Times Volume 55

The Law Times Volume 55

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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. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...for and execute any lease of these houses without taking any premium therefor, and at rents of not less than. 50 a-year. On the 5th Aug. 1865 Hodges gave Carter and Edwards a second charge on these two pieces of land and the houses, subject to the mortgage for 5000. On the 15th Aug. 1865 he assigned the equity of redemption in all the premises to the General Estates Company. By an agreement dated the 15th Sept. 1865, the General Estates Company agreed with Hodges that they and their mortgagees and all necessary parties claiming under them or their mortgagees would, when he had completed two of the houses, grant him a valid lease thereof at a rent of. "50 a year. On the 5th Dec. 1865 Carter and Edwards assigned their mortgage for 4200 to trustees for the Queen Insurance Company. By another deed, dated the 5th Dec. 1865, after reciting the agreement with Hodges, the General Estates Company assigned all the leaseholds to the same trustees as security for 17,000, subject, amongst other things, to the agreement with Hodges. In Oct. 1866, Hodges sold his agreement for a loa9e to Honychurch, who instituted this suit against the Queen Insurance Company, the General Estates Company, and Hodges, to enforce specific performance of the agreement. The Master of the Bolls, being of opinion that the company having notice of the plaintiff's intention, could neither tack nor consolidate their subsequent mortgage as against him, made a decree for specific performance, subjeot to the mortgages for 5000 and 4200, and for redemption. From this decision the Queen Insurance Company appealed. The Solicitor-General (Sir George Jessel, Q.C.) and Hemming, for the applicants. Sir Richard Baggallay, Q.C., Fry. Q.C., ..."show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 52mm | 1,837g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236904621
  • 9781236904621