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Vol. Pages CONVEYANCE.-Contirued. Of a rent charge

i, 431 Of a fair and market

i. 433 By a verdor to a parchaser, when part of the money is to remain on mortgage

i. 451 To a purchaser sud a mortgagee who advances part of the porchase money

i. 473 To two or inore purchasers, with privilege of preemption by either

i. 495 To a purchaser and trustee to prevent dower i. 515 To trustees purchasing under a power

i. 537 By man and wife of husband's estate

ii. 1 By man and wife of wife's estate By two or more vendors to a purchaser

ï. 22 By a vendor and his trustee, for preventing dower, in the old forın, to a purchaser

ji. 38 The like in the moderu forın

ii. 52 By a vendor and trustee of outstanding term to a purchaser

ji.

70 By a vendor and mortgagee to a purchaser ii. 91 By a vendor and mortgagee for a term to a purchaser

ii. 112 By a vendor, mortgaget, and annuitant to a purchaser

ii. 135 By assignees of a bankrupt and bankrapt to a purchaser

ii. 137 By assignees of a bankrupt, with the bankrupt and

his trustee for preventing dower to a purehaser ii. 176 From assignees of a bankrupt, the bankrupt and a mortgagee in fee

ii. 193 By assignees of a bankrupt, and bankrupt mort.

gagee in fie annnitant and his trustee ïi. 21i From trustees for sale, and owner of the fee ii. 232 By trustees under a power to sell in marriage settlement or will, and cestui que crusts

ii. 258 By trustees for sale under deed of trust or will,

mortgagee in fer, and owner of the fee ji. 279 By trustees for sale, mortgagee, owner of the fee, annuitant and his termor

ii. 298 By man and his wife of husband's estate to a puschaser and trustee to prevent dower

ü. 320 From a vendor and his trustee to prevent dower,

in the old form, to a purchaser and his trustee for preventing dower, in the new form

ii. 341 From a vendor and his trustee to prevent dower, in

the new form, to a purchaser and his trustee, in the like form

ii. 356 From a vendor and mortgagee to a purchaser and his trustee to prevent dower

ii. 378 By as-ignees of a bankrupt with the bankrupt

and his trustee to a purchaser and his trustee ii, 392

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v. 188

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CONVEYANCES.-Continued.

By a vendor and his trustee to a purchaser and

mortgagee for a terın, who advances part of the
money

ii. 410
By vendor and mortgagee in fee to a purchaser and
new mortgagee iu fee who advances part of the

ii. 433
By trustees empowered to sell, to trustees empow-
ered to purchase

ii. 451
Another form

ii. 480
Of lease for a life or lives

ii. 473
From a vendor and mortgagee of a lease for life or
lives

ii. 487
Of freehold and other estates to trustees for benefit
of creditors

vi. 34 et seq.
COPARTNERS, recital of purchase of premises by i. 497
Conveyance unto

i. 502. ii. 7.39
Mortgage of leaseholds by
Covenant that mortgage monies shall belong to
them, in proportion to their interests in trade

V. 270
An' agreement for a copartnership, whether by parol

or in writing, is binding on the parties, both at
law and in equity-

vi. 241
If there be a previous agreement, it should briefly
contain the terms of the copartnership

vi. 242
Unless the articles are sealed, the parties capnot
maintain covenant

vi, 246
Although there is no written agreement or deed

executed between the parties, their acting as
copartners will bind them to third

persons yi. 251
But to preserve a proper understanding, it is most

essential that their moral engagements should be
reduced into writing

vi. 257
All trades not restricted by parliament, such as
marine insurances, may

be carried on in coart-
nership

vi. 254, 256
Partnership will cease on notice, at the will of either
party, if no term mentioned

vi, 256
A copartnership also determines on the death of
either of the parties, and will not comprehend
executors or administrators, unless so express-
ed

vi. 256, 287
Distinct and separate clauses advised

vi, 256
Premises should be declared expressly to belong

to the 'copartners as copartnership property vi. 258
Money lent to or left in trade, is a lien thereon vi. 259
There is no benefit of survivorship amongst copart-

vi, 260
The proportion of profits of each party should be
mentioned in the deed

vi. 263
Communion of profits and loss is incident to a co-
partnership

vi. 262

pers

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COPARTNERS.-Continued.

Subcontractors, viz. persons who secretly take a :

beveficial share of the profits of one of the
partners, are not contractors

vi, 262
But dormant or sleeping partners who bring in a

part of the capital without personally interfering,

are equally liable to all the world as copartners ib.
They cannot, however, receive interest on their
capital beyond the profits, as this would be

ib,
Reason of the common covenant not to be con-
cerned in other trades

vi. 273
Separate creditors have no claim on the joint es-

tate, unless one partner has fraudulently ac-
cepted bills in the naine of the firm

vi. 276
Each partner is bound by the other's aceeptance,

unless there has been notice, or the party know it
not to originate in a copartnership transaction vi. 277,278
One copartner canvot bind the other by deed
under seal

vi. 278
But he may sign bankrupts' certificates vi. 279
Either party may buy and sell at pleasure to any
amount, unless restrained therefrom

vi. 276
And although one partner cannot release by deed,

yet the release of debts, which is of a commercial
nature, is an exception to the rule

vi. 280
Copartnership determines by bankruptcy vi. 283
Dissolution of copartnership on notice, should be
at Christmas

vi. 287
Stock must be sold on the dissolution of a co-
partnership

vi. 292
A retiring co-partner is liable to outstanding debts,

and therefore ought to be indemnified vi. 293
Representatives of a deceased partner may in some

cases be liable to the partnership creditors in
equity

vi. 294
The use of a penalty in partnership deeds vi. 314
If there is a renewal or continuance of a copartner,
ship, it should be reduced to writing

vi. 331
A dissolution of copartnership should be advertised

in the Gazette, and circular rotices thereof sent
to the correspondents of the firm

vi. 351
Agreement for one

vi, 241
Agreement for the dissolution of

vi. 247
Deed of between two traders

vi. 251
Covenant therein

vi. 255
That the parties become copartners

ib.
For a certain term

vi. 256
That the trade shall be carried on in the joint
names of the parties

vi. 257
At a certain place

ib.

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COPARTNERS.-Continued.

That premises hereafter purchased, shall be part
of the capital stock

vi. 257
That stock in trade shall belong to the partners
equally

ib.
That if either party bring in a further capital, or

leave his share of the profits in trade, the joint
trade to be chargeable therewith

vi. 259
That money may be borrowed by either party
with consent

vi. 260
That there shall be no benefit of survivorship ib.
That the copartnership stock shall be employed
solely for the joint trade

vi. 261
Clause to bring in a further capital

ib.
That the profits shall belong to each in proportion
to his capital

vi. 262
That stock and premises shall be insured at the
expence of the trade

vi. 203
That expences and casual losses shall be borne by

the parties in proportion to their respective in-
terests

ib.
Clerks not to be taken or discharged hut by mutual
consent

vi. 264
Apprentices not be taken without consent, and
premium to be added to the stock

vi. 265
Or that each party shall take apprentices by turns ib.
That one partner only may take apprentices

ib.
That one party may receive the preinium, and
board apprentices

vi. 260
But all the partners instruct him

ib.
That either party may take a son apprentice

ib,
That one partner shall board apprentices and ser-
vants

vi. 267
That all contracts be made in the names of the
parties

vi. 266
Entries to be made in proper books of all co-
partnership transactions

vi. 267
Books of accouut to be kept at the counting house,
and remain open for inspection

vi. 268
One partner to keep the cash

ib.
Neither party to remove the copartnership books vi. 209
Half yearly audits to be made on the accounts,
and signed by the parties

ib.
Accounts when signed to be conclusive

vi. 270
Surplus profits to be annually divided, according
to the interests of the parties

vi. 271
Each party to employ himself wholly in the busi-

ib.
One party to attend to the business and occupy the
house

ib.
One partner to be excused personal attendance ib,
Une partner to reside in the house

vi. 272

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COPARTNERS.-Continued.
One partner to hire servants

vi. 272
One partner to be allowed a chariot

vi. 273
Neither party to be concerned in any other trade

ib.
Parties will be faithful to each other

ib.
Parties will not apply the capartnership monies
to their own use

vi. 274
Except allowance for subsistence

ib.
And except usual expenditures on customers ib.
Ready money received to be applied in payment
of current expenses

vi. 275
Neither party will suffer the estate to be charged
with his private debts

ib.
Neither party to buy or sell beyond a certain
amount

vi. 276
If either party makes purchases without the other's

consent, the same shall be on his own account ib.
That neither party shall take journies without
consent

vi. 277
That neither will accept bills but in the regular
course of trade

ib.
That if either party so accept, he shall be exclu-
sively liable

vi. 278
Neither party to lend or give credit, contrary to
the assent of the other

vi. 279
Nor compound nor release debts

ib.
Nor become bail, engage in speculations, or do
any prejudicial act

i. 280, 281
Neither party will assign or mortgage his share vi. 281
If either party wishes to dispose of his interest,
the others to have the refusal

ib.
Either party to have liberty to introduce a son into
the business

vi. 282
If either party conduct himself contrary to the

provisions the co-partnership to be void vi. 283
Liberty for either party to quit on notice vi. 287
On death of copartner before first half yearly
account, his capital to be returned

ib.
Intermediate profit and loss to accrue to the sur-
vivor

vi. 288
If either party die after the first half yearly set-
tlement, the other to take the stock

vi. 289
If either party die bis executors or nominees to be

at liberty to succeed to the copartnership vi. 290
But such executors not to interfere in the trade vi. 291
If executors of deceased partner refuse, the co-
partnership to cease

ib.
If either party die during the term, his widow to
be paid an annuity

vi. 292
On taking the stock on death of either partner,

the amount to be paid by instalments, and se-
cured by hond

vi. 293
In default of bonds given, executors may enter vi. 294

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