The Compleat English Copyholder, Or, A Guide to Lords of Manors, Justices of the Peace, Tenants ... &c. Being the Common and Statute Law of England, Together with the Adjudged Cases Relating to Manors, Copyhold Estates, Courts-leet and Courts-baron, Common Placed: Containing the Whole Practice of the Court-leet, Court of Ancient Demesne, Court-baron, and Musick-court of the Honour of Tutbury, and the Business of a Manor in All Its Branches : and Also the Tenures, Customs, and Usages of Several Manors in England and Wales, Shewing who Has Right to Attend the Coronation of the Kings and Queens of Great Britain, Or to Perform Other Services to Them, Or the Lords of the Several Manors, Collected from Records, Manuscript and Printed Books : with Directions for Distraining for Rent, by the Late Sir Bartholomew Shower, Volum 2

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E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, 1735 - 598 sider
 

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Side 472 - CD, of the city aforesaid, merchant, my true and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name, and for my use to ask, demand, sue for...
Side 385 - Equity, into the Hands of the Lord of the faid Manor, according to the Cuftom of the faid Manor...
Side 561 - TB fhall and will upon the Requeft, and at the Cofts and Charges of the faid G, S.
Side 510 - William, Earl Warren, lord of this town in the time of King John, standing upon the castle walls of Stamford, saw two bulls fighting for a cow in the meadow, till all the butchers' dogs, great and small, pursued one of the bulls (being maddened with noise and multitude) clean through the town.
Side 533 - ... of the manor : and, therefore, if after such a surrender, and before the next court, he that made the surrender dieth, yet the surrender standeth good; and if it be presented at the next court, ce...
Side 452 - and Right, at the Will of the Lord, according ' to the Cuftom of the faid Manor...
Side 396 - CP their heirs and affigns, of and in the faid premifes, it is hereby declared and agreed by and between all the faid parties to thefe prefents...
Side 416 - EF his executors, adminiftrators, and affigns, or fome of them, fhall and will well and truly pay, or caufe to be paid unto the faid...
Side 462 - ... reserveth to him and to his heirs a certain rent, and that if the rent be behind, it shall be lawful for him and his heirs to distrain, ifcc. : such a rent is a rent-charge ; because such lands or tenements are charged with such distress by force of the writing only, and not of common right.
Side 461 - Rent service is where the tenant holdeth his land of his lord by fealty and certain rent, or by homage fealty and certain rent, or by other services and certain rent.