The Landlords Law: Or, The Law Concerning Landlords, Tenants, and Farmers

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E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of E. Sayer), 1727 - 305 sider
 

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Side 211 - ... empowered and required to levy and pay to the plaintiff, as well the money so paid for rent, as the execution money.
Side 207 - ... diftrained fhall not within five days next after fuch diftrefs taken, and notice thereof (with the caufe of fuch taking) left at the chief...
Side 208 - ... seize and secure any sheaves or cocks of corn or corn loose or in the straw, or hay lying or being in any barn or granary, or upon any hovel, stack or rick, or otherwise upon any part of the land or ground charged with such rent...
Side 241 - Court, of the sitting of such inquiry ; and thereupon the sheriff shall inquire of the truth of the matters contained in such writ by the oaths of twelve good and lawful men of his county...
Side 74 - Hereditaments, fhall be afligned, granted, granted, or furrendred, unlefs it be by Deed, or Note in Writing, figned by the Party fo affigning, granting, or furrendring the fame, or their Agents thereunto lawfully authorized by Writing, or by Aft and Operation of Law.
Side 222 - ... or returned to inquire of such issue, shall at the prayer of the defendant inquire concerning the sum of the arrears, and the value of the goods or cattle distrained : and thereupon the avowant, or he that makes cognizance, shall have judgment for such arrearages, or so much thereof as the goods or cattle distrained amount unto, together with his full costs, and shall have execution...
Side 210 - Lord one thoufand feven hundred and ten, no goods or chattels whatfoever, lying or being in or upon any mefluage, lands or tenements, which are or fhall be leafed for life or lives, term of years, at will, or otherwife...
Side 213 - ... the cause of distress; the court upon his prayer shall award a writ to the sheriff of the county where the distress was taken, to inquire by the oaths of twelve good and lawful men of his bailiwick, touching the sum in arrear at the time of such distress taken, and the value of the goods or cattle distrained; and thereupon notice of fifteen days shall be given to the plaintiff or his attorney in court of the sitting of such inquiry. And thereupon...
Side 73 - ... lands, tenements or hereditaments made or created by livery and feifin only, or by parol, and not put in writing, and figned by the parties fo making or creating the fame, or their < agents thereunto lawfully authorized...
Side 101 - ... if the tenant in tail have twenty acres of land that have been accustomably let, and he make a lease of these twenty acres, and of one acre more which hath not been accustomably let, reserving the usual yearly rent, and so much more as to exceed the value of the other acre ; this is not a good lease by the statute. So, if the tenant in tail of two farms, the one at twenty pounds rent, the other at ten pounds rent...

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