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INDEX to Supplemental Volume

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GENERAL INDEX to Mr. Barton's Work 473

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COPIOUS AND PARTICULAR

INDEX

To

MR. BARTON'S

PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING,

AND

PRACTICAL VOTES,

IN ALPIIABETICAL ORDER.

Vol. Pages
ABATEMENT of rent in case of fire, proviso for

ini. 63
Not to be made

iii. 91, 118, 155
Disputes respecting, to be referred to arbitration ii. 137
ABSTRACT, to be delivered by vendor in a given
time

i.
ACRES, what shall be intended by acres

i. 6
ACTS OF BANKRUPTCY, an objection to title i. 15
ADEQUACY OF CONSIDERATION, where it may be-
come the subject of enquiry

n. i. 6
Inadequacy of consideration on the purchase of a

reversion, subject to the investigation and con-
troul of a court of equity

n. 4, i. 75
ADMINISTRATORS AND EXECUTORS should be

named in an agreement for the sale of a real es-
tate

n. i. 4
See also E.xecuiors, Trusiees, and 'Wills.
ADVANCEMENT TO CHILDREN to be considered
as part of portions

i. 592
Bringing Advancements into hotch pot vi. 789, 836
Power to trustees to advance for the benefit of
children

vi. 793, 837, 846

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ADVOWSON can only be sold to a Protestant purchaser
by 11 Geo. 2. c. 17.

i. 61 n. 4.
Sale of cannot be made during the avoidance of
the church

i. 62, n. 7. 369 n. 1.
It may be conveyed by grant, bargain and sale, en-

rolled, lease and release, or fine, but not by com-
mon recovery, unless appendant to land

i. 369
An advowson is subject to dower

ib.
Agreement for purchase of

i. 61
Forın of the conveyance of an advowson by lease
and release

i. 369
Of the next presentation

i. 384
Security

iv. 308
Mortgage of

ib.
The mortgage of an advowson not an eligible se-
curity

ib.
Devise of

vi. 801
AGENT. Words of agreement, where entered into one
by one

i, 3 n.
Ought not to contract « for and on behalf of his

principal," which wuld make himn personally
responsible

ib, ii,
In what manner an agreement or other instrument
is to be executed by an agent

vi. 23
An auctioneer is in strictness an agent for the
vendor only

i. 90
AGREEMENTS by the Statute of Frauds, 29 Car. 2.

c. 3. for sale of lands, must be in writing and
signed by the parties

i. 1n.
Should be explicitly drawn
Specific performance of decreed at the hearing, if
the title be then good, though originally not

15 9. 20.
Draft of recommended to be signed by the parties i. 24
For the purchase of a freehold estate of inheri-
tance

i.
A shorter form

i. 25
For the purchase of a copyhold estate of inheritance i. 29
For the purchase of an estate for life

i. 37
For the purchase of leasehold premises

i. 43
For the purchase of freehold, copyhold or leasehold
premises

i. 52
For the purchase of an advowson

i. 61
For the purchase of a fee farm or rent-charge
For the purchuse of a reversion or a remainder i. 75
On sale by auction

i. 82
For a purchase, assignment of

ii. 811
For a lease of a freehold house

jii. 1
For a lease of a copyhold

iii. ll
For a lease of a freehold farm and 'lands, by the
owner of the inheritance

iii. 18
For lease of a piece of ground, and also of a house
to be built thereon

iii. 27

ib. n.

1.

SO

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Vol. Page. AGREEMENT.-Continued.

For a lease of a public house by a brewer to a
publican

iii. 38 For lease of coal mines

iii. 45 For lease of tithes

ui. 52 For a mortgage of a freehold estate in deposit of title deeds

iv. 1 For the grant of an annuity during the life of the grantor

v. 271 For a copartnership at a future time

ib. For a dissolution of copartnership

ib. On articles of marriage

ib. For the grant of an annuity during the life of the grantor

ib. At a meeting of creditors for a composition between debtor and creditors

i.

1 For a deed of composition

7 For a copartnership

vi. 241 For the dissolution of a copartnership

vi. 247 Articles of, to settle an infant feme's estate when

vi. 363 ALIENS, Conveyance by

i. 149 ALTERATIONS, covenaut not to make any in. 69, 70, 129

253, 359, 440, 475 Power to make such

iii. 69, 233

vi.

of age

.

ALTERATION OF DEEDS. No alteration can be

made in a deed after sealed and delivered i. 191

v. 271

v. 272 v. 273

ANCIENT DEMESNE, fine of lands in

ii. 11 ANNUITY, an agreement for need not be enrolled

And may be entered into by a feme covert in re

spect of her separate property, independent of
her husband

v. 271, 2 Expence of a previous agreement may be evad

ed, by her grantors taking bills or notes, pay

able at a future day
Not within the annuity act
Though oppressive in the rate of interest, is not

usurious, if bona fide granted, and not to colour

the transaction
The price depends on the contract between the

parties; but if grossly inadequate, equity may Bond for securing of the annuity, as well as a warrant of attorney necessary, and why

ib. Warrant of attorney also necessary, and why v. 284, 396 What consideration will support an annuity Consideration if paid in bank notes, and not objected to, good

v, 286

V. 279

V. 282

v. 285

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'v. 286

ib.

v. 287

v. 258

1. 289

v. 290

v. 292
v. 293

V. 294

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ANNUITY.-Continucd.

But if in country notes, the dates and times of

payment should be staied
The particular node should be also set forth
As to what shall be deemed estates of equal

value, and excepted
Granted in consideration of relinquishing a busi-

ness within the exception as not being a pecu-
niary cousideration

ib.
If the cousideration Le paid by a banker's cheque

it must be stated, wiens received before the exe-
cution of the deeds, and the clerk's name by
whom paid should be expressed
Forms of stating the consideration on a cheque ib.
On bills of exchange

ib.
On promissory notes
in res;ect of a debt due and owing

ib.
On transfer of stock
When it is the redemp:ion of a former annuity ib.
Or paying of a mortgage

ib.
Where the consideration is paid by an agent
Or on a previous agreement
Not necessary to state the expences

of preparing
of the deeds, though usual

ib.
Writ of, will not lie against the heir of the gran-

tor of an annuity, unless expressly named
But the successors of a corporation which never
dies, will be liable thereto

ib.
What property may be charged therewith
Half pay of officers, stipends granted by the pub-

lic or crown, the income of beneficed clergymen,
salaries of judges, &c. cannot be charged with
the payment of annuities

ib.
Gontor may choose to proceed either against the
Hand, or the person of the grantor ; and much
caution is necessiry as to the remedy, as a writ
of annuity will convert it into a personal annuity,
and discharge the land, and a writ of assise con-
vertit into an absolute rent-charge, and discharge

the person
If the lands lie in different counties, the writ of
annuity only lies

ib.
Apportiorment of payment up to the day of the
decease of the granter

v. 298
Covenant to lery a tine to bar grantor's wife of
dower

v. 296

v. 297

v. 301
Power to distrain for, on freeholds, and observa-,
tions thereon

V. 304
Extension of the time of distress
No power to distrain for a copy hold

v. 403
Power of entry gives a right to bring an ejectment v. 305
But previous demand of payment must be made ib.
There can be no power of entry on copy holds

v. 404

v. 328

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