Report of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law Volume . 21

Report of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law Volume . 21

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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. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...a verdict to he entered By contract A. agreed to sell to B. tho two for the plaintifi with nominal damages, subject to a case: Held, on argument, that the plaintifl' was not, at all events, entitled to a verdict; but as the reversionary interest of the plaintitf might be injured, although the house itself was not, and that question had not been submitted to the jury, the Court ordered a new trial. Young v. Spencer, M. 10 G. 4. 145 leases and good will in trade of a public house, and shop adjoining, for the sum of 42501., "as he holds the same," for terms of twenty-eight years from Midsummer next ensuing, at the annual rent therein montioned, and B. agreed to accept a proper assignment of the said leases and premises as above described, without requiring the lessor's title; and upon payment of the said sum of 4250l., A. agreed to execute an effectual assignment of the said leases, and deliver up possession of all the said premises: Hold, that the true meaning of this agreement was, that the vendeo was to purvlllwe U16 "V0 leases without 'inquiring into the titlfi Of the lessor, and could not refuse to complete his purchase on account of an objection to tbi-t title. Spratl V. Jejery, M. lll l1l-4-'Z49 AMENDMENT. See PRACTICE, 12. ANNUITY. A demise by a parson of his benefice, made subsequent to the 57 G. 3, c. 99, for securing an annuity, is void, it being in substance a charging of the benefice within the meaning of the 13 Eliz. c. 20, which, as far as relates to chargings of benefices, is now in force, having been revived by the 57 G. 3, c. 99. Show v. Prilcllurd and Others, M. 10 G. 4. 241 APPEAL. l. It is no ground of appeal against a countyrate, that individuals in one parish are rated in a. higher proportion...
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