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1st and 2d Vic. c. 69, Infant Trustees, 606
c. 74, Possession of Tenements, 175
c. 110, Imprisonment for Debt, 145, 168, 290, 332, :
c. 11, Judgments, &c., 168, 174, 689
c. 29, Bankrupts, 142
c. 54, Custody of Infants, 166
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.
9, 14, for 30th read 36th
21, 9, dele at the time
24, 20, insert of before interested
26, last line, for confirmed read comprised
2, dele so
7 from bottom, for non-appearance read non-application 5 and 7, after on insert the
6, after part insert thereof
71, 14, for interests read intents 78, 21, dele the first or
84, 17, dele the second and
85, 20, for related read released
97, 10 from bottom, for running read ensuing
114, margin, for lessor read lessee
115, 25, for in read between
123, 13, for on read of
145, The act of 1st and 2d Vic. c. 110, has been amended and explained by an act of 3d and 4th Vic. c. 82, which declares, that the rights given to creditors under the 14th sect. of that act, applies to the interest and dividends, as well as the capital of the stock, &c., and to funds in the Court of Chancery or Exchequer. It also provides that purchases, mortgages, and creditors, shall not be affected by unregistered judgments, &c., even though they may have had notice of them. See sec. 19 to 149.
7 section, for cestui on trust read cestui que trust
18, for then read therein
12, for payment read non-payment
180, 3 sec., for avoidable read available 191, 17, for or for read of
200, note h, for Fontin read Frontin
211, 14, after hereby insert agreed to be 6, before inn insert an
8, after upon insert the
3 from bottom, after W.S. insert unto him 228, last line, dele the first and
235, 18, after have insert and
3 from bottom, dele said before premises note q, for should read shall
238, 14, for M.P. read P.D.
239, 13, dele and
241, 1, after mortgagor insert and mortgagee 254, last line, for interests read intents
5 from bottom, for avoiding read avoid
277, 10, for into read in
21, after compelling insert the payment or 280, 6, for said read same
7, before will insert he
287, 19, after property add informing him of his intention of purchasing, and add a reference to the case of Ibbotson v. Rhodes, 2 Vern. 554.
7 from bottom, read the case of bail-bond given to the sheriff
on an arrest on
289, note c, line 2, for 394 read 607
6 from bottom, for purchaser read mortgagee
302, note e, after Colegrave insert v. Mauley
309, note n, read Wigram
332, note k, read brought in debt
344, 2 from bottom, for premiums read premises
358, note f, line 1, for on read or
359, note g, line 17, for thereby read hereby
360, 17, for 32 read 52
371, lines 7 and 8, A. B. and C. D. ought to be parties of the first and second parts, and the purchaser of the third.
373, 4, read aforesaid
note a, for c. 105 read 95
381, 1, read receipt, &c.
30, for received read reserved
432, 4, for lessee read lessor
last line in first paragraph, read charges 457, line 1, read of instead of the last from 461, 14, for is read shall be
On the subject of notice before the repayment of mortgagemoney, see the recent case of Brown v. Lockhart, reported in 9 Law Jo. N.S. Ch. 167, in which the ViceChancellor said, that, "with regard to giving the mortgagee six months notice paying off the mortgage-money, I apprehend there is no law requiring that to be done, except that which has arisen out of the usual practice of conveyancers, it being reasonable to give the mortgagee the opportunity of finding another investment."
462, 463, see Grane v. Mitchell, recently decided by the Vice
Chancellor, in which case a motion for a reference of a foreclosure suit was opposed, on the ground that some of the mortgagors were infants; but the learned Judge, though he admitted that he could not make the order under the statute, granted the application under the authority of the general jurisdiction of the Court, 9 Law Jo. N.S. Ch. 171.
7 from bottom, read highways
10 from bottom, insert and after executors
2 from bottom, after out read of
559, 11, for into read in
582, note q, line 10 from bottom, for in read on
595, last line, for C. in fee, read E. in tail
604, note w, read 3 Russ.
613, 1, dele and
622, note l, read Beaumont v. Bramley 629, line 11, after of insert and in
669, Stamps on Settlement.-Any deed or instrument, (not being on a bona fide pecuniary consideration,) whereby any definite and certain principal sum or sums of money, (whether charged on, or to be laid out in lands or hereditaments or not, and if charged on hereditaments, whether to be raised at all events or not,) or any shares in Government, Bank of England, East India, or South Sea Stock, shall be, or be agreed to be settled, if such sum, or the value of such stock, or both, shall not amount to L.1,000, L.1 15 0
Duplicate, the same as the original.
Exemptions. Securities operating as settlements, if chargeable with the ad valorem duties on bonds or mort
Appointments under any power in favour of persons specially named as the objects of such power.
Declarations of trusts pursuant to any previous settlement, deed, or will, and instruments for securing any gifts or dispositions made by any previous settlement, deed, or