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COPARTNERS.-Continued.

On bonds being given the representatives of the
deceased party to assign

vi, 295
At the expiration of the term, one of the parties

to have the refusal of the stock, if at a valua-
tion

vi. 296
Or at the determination of the copartnership, parties
to cast lots for the stock

ib.
At the end of the copartnership, the premises to
belong to the original copartner

vi. 297
If both decline, the stock to be sold

vi. 299
On determination of the copartnership except by
death, a partition of stock to be made

jb.
On such determination, notice to be given to their
customers

vi. 300
If either party continue the trade, leases to be

taken by the best bidder, and stock at a valua-
tion

ib.
If neither party continue in trade, stock and pro-
perty to be sold by auction

vi, 301
Outstanding debts to be divided

ib.
Subsequent remittances to be received on joint
account

vi. 303
Credit given after end of the partnership, to be at
the risque of the person crediting

vi. 304
For further assurances
Disputes to be referred to arbitration vi. 304, 307
Terms of such reference

ib.
Shorter forin of a deed of copartnership

vi. 316
Removal or continuance of articles of copartner-

ship for a further term by indorsement vi. 331
Deed of dissolution of copartnership

vi. 333
Assignment of stock from retiring copartner vi. 322
COPYHOLD. Agreement for the purchase of

i. 29
The
expence

of surrender of to be horne by a pur-
chaser

i. 30 n. 11.
Even though the vendor has agreed to surrender
and assure at his own expence

ib,
Suffering a recovery of

i. 229
Conveyance of by surrender and deed of covenant
for the title

i. 257
Couveyance of, together with freeholds and lease-
holds

i. 276
Proviso that the copyholds shall not be prejudiced
thereby

i. 298
Equity of redemption in, may be conveyed by re-
lease alone

i. 349
Cannot be demised for more than one year, except
by licence from the lord

iii, 241
But a lease for one year, with a covenant for quiet
enjoyment for a further term is good

ib.

ib.
Vol. Fage.

COVENANTS FOR THE TITLE.-Continued.
In conveyance by man and wife

ji. 13
In a conveyance from a purchaser and trustee ii. 45, 61,
In a conveyance where an outstanding term is
assigned

ii. 77
By a termor against incumbrances

ji. 89
By a mortgagee against incumbrances ii. 103, 120, 145
For the title where the lands were subject to a
mortgage

ii. 104
In a conveyance by vendor and mortgagee for a
term

ji. 126
In conveyance from a vendor, mortgagee, and an-
nuitants

ii. 149
In a conveyance from the assignees of a bankrupt
and the bankrupt

ii. 167
In a conveyance from the assignees of a bankrupt,

the bankrupt and his trustee to a purchaser ii. 185
In a conveyance from the assignees, the bankrapt
and mortgagee in fee

ii. 202
A conveyance by assignees, the bankrupt, mort-

gugee, the annuitant, and his trustee ii. 219, 224
The words grunt, bargain, and sell, are in the con-

veyance of lands in Yorkshire, an express cove-
nant for the title

ii. 247
For the title in a conveyance of the fee from trus-
tees for sale

ii. 248
To apply trust-movies properly

ii. 256
For the title in a conveyance by trustees under a
power of sale, and cestui que trusts

ii, 272
By trustees for sale, and mortgagee in fee ii. 289
By trustees for sale, mortgagee in fee, and an-
nuitant

ii. 307
In a couveyance in fee from husband and wife ii. 333
From a vendor and his trustee in old forin to a
purchaser and his trustee

ji. 347
The like in the modern form

ii. 567
In a conveyance from a vendor and mortgagee in
fee to purchaser and trustee

ji. 383
From assignees, with the bankrupt and his trus-
tee to a purchaser and trustee

ii. 401
From a vendor and his trustee to a purchaser and
mortgagee for a term

ii, 421
From a vendor and mortgagee in fee to a pur-
chaser and new mortgagee in fee, who advances

ii. 443
From trustees for salej to trustees empowered to
purchase

ii. 459
From trustees for sale, to trustees' empowered to
invest monies

ii. 472
For the title in a conveyance of freehold leases
for lives

ii. 480, 496
In an agreement of leaseholds for lives, ur térm of
years determinable on lives

jj. 507

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COVENANTS FOR THE TITLE.-Continued.
In an assignment of leases for years

ji. 522
To produce the original lease

ii. 538
For the title in an assignment of a lease by in-
dorsement

ii. 551
In an assignment of a moiety of leasehold premises ii. 558
In an assignment of the equity of redemption in
leaseholds

ii. 571
In another assigoment of leasehold interests, ii. 586,599,

603, 615, 628, 629, 644, 645, 659, 675, 690, 703, 722,

739, 753, 770
In mortgage securities. See Mortgages.

In marriage settlements. See Settlements.
COVENANTS, GENERAL, in an assignment bank
annuities

ii. 779, 786
Of a legacy

ji. 792
Of an annuity

ii. 797
Of a patent

ii. 803
Of a share in a joint stock company

ii, 809
Of an agreement for a purchase

ji. 812
Usual in leases, what deemed so

iii.
Not to assign, observations on

iii. 70
In leases, to pay rent and taxes, iii. 62, 87, 102, 112,

135, 152, 171, 186, 205, 227, 246, 267, 293, 339, 353,
370, 371, 335, 401, 415, 434, 448, 466, 488, 512,

631, 546, 561, 579, 597, 613
To pay an heriot

ii. 247
To keep the premises in repair iii. 64, 88, 102, 114, 137,

153, 172, 188, 210, 228, 247, 268, 313, 341, 402,450,

466, 489, 514, 532, 546, 562, 581, 599, 614
To build

iii. 206, 207
To paint once in every fixed years of the term, iii. 65,

89, 115, 138, 154, 173, 189, 229, 248, 341, 355, 372,

387, 403, 417, 450, 466, 515, 549, 563, 581, 600, 614
That lessor may enter to view repairs, 66, 92, 103, 115,

138, 156, 175, 191, 214, 232, 250, 282, 318, 341, 358,
374, 389, 405, 419, 438, 453, 473, 502, 517, 535, 551,

565, 587, 602, 617
And to take an inventory of fixtures, iii. 66, 92, 103, 156,

192, 214, 232, 251, 283, 358, 374, 389, 406, 420, 473,
502, 505, 587, 602, 618
That lessee will repair on notice, ii. 66, 92, 116, 139,

156, 176, 192, 214, 232, 251, 358, 375, 406, 420, 453,
473, 518, 551, 566, 587, 603, 618
Not to permit certain trades on the premises, iii. 67, 93,

104, 118, 139, 193, 215, 252, 390, 406, 421, 436,
439, 454, 474,518, 567, 583, 618
That lessee shall not convert a public house into
a shop or private house

iii. 167
Ner sales by auction ii. 68, 94, 119, 140, 193, 216, 232,

394, 421, 455, 475, 519, 568, 584,
That the lessor shall have right of watercourses üiti 68

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COVENANTS.-Continued.

That lessor may enter to repair adjoining premixes iï. 68
That disputes between tenants shall be settled by
lessor

ib.
That lessee shall not make alterations iii. 69, 119, 253

359, 440, 475, 336
Nor prejudice lessee's estate

ni. 253
That lessee may make alterations

iji, 69, 233
Not to assigo without licence iii. 70, 94, 104, 120, 140,

158, 176, 194, 216, 234, 253, 278, 2:35, 321, 345, 359,
375, 391, 408, 422, 440, 455, 476, 496, 520, 537, 552,

508, 581, 603; 619
Except to certain persons

m. 322
Or partners

iii. 323
That leave to assign shall not extend to any future
assignment ini. 71, 95, 120, 140, 177, 194, 217, 235,

234, 278, 295, 322, 376, 423
That licence to assign shall not wilfully be withheld it. 72,
95, 105, 121, 141, 159, 179, 195, 217, 255, 279, 296,

323, 376, 392, 423
Nor any premium required

üj. 159: 195, 217
That assignments shall be prepared by lessee's som
licitor

mi. 436
Penalty on assigning without a licence

il.
That lessor shall have power to put up a notice to
let and shew premises ini. 72, 92, 104, 121, 142, 176,

192, 251, 283, 323
To cleanse drains

ini. 340, 341, 347, 435
That lessee will quit at end of tern jji. 73, 96, 122,
142, 159, 178, 195, 218, 236, B5, 324, 361, 377, 393,

423, 441, 457, 477,522, 539, 554, 570, 586, 608
That lessee will not hold over

mi. 279
That the lessor hath right to demise ini. 79, 200, 325
That the lessor will repair part ini. 75, 116, 144
Thut the lessor will pay quit rents and perform
services

ib.
For peaceable enjoyment iii. 79, 97, 106, 146, 163,

180, 197, 221, 238, 257, 281, 296, 331, 3-47, 362, 395,

411, 424, 443, 479, 503, 524, 539, 553, 574, 588, 623
In respect of copy holds from year to year until the
expiration of a certain time

ni. 258
That parties may determine the lease on notice ini. So
For further assurances ii. 80, 98, 147, 166, 181, 198,

222, 239, 396, 426, 460
That lessee shall insure against fire in. 90, 117, 154, 174,

189, 211, 229, 248, 268, 341, 356, 372, 387, 403, 417,

437, 452, 470, 490, 516, 533, 549, 564, 581, 600, 615
That, in default, lessor may iii. 249, 267, 418, 516, 564,

601, 615
That lessee shall not convert premises into a shop ii. 94

193,252,359, 407, 422, 455, 475,519, 522,560,584, 618
That a lessee shall pay proportion of cleansing sewers

iii. 114, 211, 435

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COVENANTS. Continued.
That the original lease by which lessee holds is
valid, &c.

iii. 123, 572
That the ground-rent and taxes have been paid up iii. 527
That lessors have power to lease

iii. 572
That lessor will pay the original ground rent,
and indennify

ii. 126, 572,3
Will pay rents and perform services

ii. 287
That the under lessee shall have power to distrain
on his lessor

jji. 128
That lessor will produce original lease ji. 129, 574

jii. 143
That lessor shall execute a new lease if present de
stroyed

iii. 144
That rent shall be suspended in case of fire nii. 63, 136
That rent shall not be suspended in such case in. 91, 118,

175, 191
That disputes respecting shall be referred to arbi-
tration

iii. 137, 333
That the lessee of a public house will take all his
liquors of brewer

iii. 161
That he will keep order therein

ib.
That the lessor shall supply the publican with good
beer

iii. 164
Penalty on default

iii. 105
That no further supply shall be made after debt
contracted to a certain amount

iii. 166,
That lessor shall grind lessee's corn

ii. 172
To finish buildings in a certain time

mi. 187
To contribute to the expence of party walls ii. 189
To the expence of watchman

ii. 211
To build a mew's

iii. 202
That lessee will build a messuage

ii. 207
Rate and manner of building

ib.
To make drains

iii. 208
To set up palisadoes

ib,
To make pavements

ib.
That lessee will expend a certain sum in build-
ing

jii. 209
Lessee to pay so much per 1000 for bricks

ib.
That lessor will lend lessee a sum of money

ib.
To use hay, &c. on the premises

ji. 231
To preserve young trees and timber plantatious i. 232
To perform statute duty

in. 268, 489
That lessor will rebuild in case of accident by
tempest

ji. 271
That lessee will keep the lands in a clean husband-
like manner

ib.
Destroy ant and mole hills

jä. 271
Drain lands

ib.
Fold sheep on lands

ib.

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