Legal Definitions; A Collection of Words and Phrases as Applied and Defined by the Courts, Lexicographers and Authors of Books on Legal Subjects Volum

Legal Definitions; A Collection of Words and Phrases as Applied and Defined by the Courts, Lexicographers and Authors of Books on Legal Subjects Volum

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...in estate is a successor to the same estate, --not to a different estate in the same property." Lang v. Metzger, 206 III. 490. This relationship may be by operation' of law, by descent, or by voluntary or involuntary transfer from one person to another. "All privies are in effect, if not in name, privies in estate. They are bound because they have succeeded to some estate or interest which was bound in the hands of its former owner." Privies are estopped from litigating that which is conclusive upon him with whom they are in privity. Towle v. Quante, 246 1ll. 573; Orthwein v. Thomas, 127 lll. 571; Union Nat. Bank v. International Bank, 123 lll. 515. Greenleaf on Evidence, --15th ed.--sec. 189. PEIVY, See Also Privies. The term "privy" denotes mutuality, or the same relation to the same rights of property. Grantees are privies of their grantors. Stephens v. Hoffman, 263 III. 203; Towle v. Quante, 246 1ll. 673. A person who has an interest in an estate created by another; a person having an interest derived from a contract or conveyance, to which he is not himself a party. Thus an heir is privy to the conveyance of his ancestor, an executor to the contract of his testator, and an assignee of a lessor to the contract of the original parties. Coan v. Osgood, 15 Barb. (N. Y.) 588. Heirs, executors, administrators, terretenants, or those having an interest in remainder or reversion, or one who is made a party by the law. White etc. Co. v. Union etc. Co., 232 1ll. 168. PRIVY IN BLOOD. An heir is privy in blood to his ancestor. Mclntyre v. Sholty, 139 1ll. 177. PRIVY IN BLOOD OR ESTATE. One who derives his title to the property by descent or purchase. Orthwein v. Thomas, 127 1ll. 671. PRIVY IN ESTATE. A successor to the same...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236530063
  • 9781236530066