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TRUSTEES.Continued.

To preserve contingent remajnders, take vested in-
terests

vi. 493
Are liable without any actual privity or concur-

rence, unless there is a clause of indemnity vi. 494
Trustees are answerable for each other, unless there
is a clause to the contrary

vi. 495
Their receipts how far good

vi. 465
Purchasers may require all the trustees to join ib,
Are responsible without any special clause for any

loss occasioned through negligence or want of care vi. 496
Have a right to retain and reimburse themselves

without any clause to that effect, and without be-
ing strictly limited to taxed costs

vi. 497
Cannot sell or exchange without an express power vi. 402
Cannot break in upon an infant's principal for the

purposes of advancement, without an express
power

vi. 449, 594
Observations on the powers of trustees for raising
monies for such purpose

vi. 458, 439
There shonld be three trustees appointed for monies
in the funds, and the reason

vi, 521
Trustees for raising portions should be different from
those to preserve
remainders

vi. 390
The consideration of marriage is alone sufficient
to raise an use in trustees

vi. 398
Trustees to preserve contingent remainders not ne-
cessary in copy holds

vi. 409
What public funds they may invest trust munies
io

vi. 474
Power of appointing new trustees in marriage set-
tlements

vi. 489, 564, 611, 654
New trustees to have the same powers vi. 491, 506, 615
To be chargeable for their own acts only vi. 495, 568,

616, 638, 710
And not for involuntary losses vi. 495, 569, 617, 710
That they shall retain their expences vi. 497, 570, 618,

038, 711
Power to, to purchase lands to be settled to the

vi. 474
And in the mean time, to invest the monies upon

monies
good securities

ib.
To preserve contingent remainders in a will, as to
the necessity of

vi. 753
And executors not bound to enter into any other

covecant as such, than that they have not in-
cumbered

i. 9 n. 12
But they may be required, in an agreement for

the purchase of an estate, to stipulate that they
will enter into all usual covenants according to
their respective estates

ib.

same uses

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TRUSTEES-Continued.

Covenant that they have done no act to incumber ii. 44
Trustees to prevent dower in the new form, should
be made a party to a future conveyance

ii. 52
Lease from uuder a power

iii. 445

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UNFINISHED HOUSES. Mortgage of leases of v. 88
UNIVERSITY. Lease from a college in

jii. 350
UNLESS. The words unless, gc, in a præcipe and
concord, meaning thereof

i. 107, n. 6
USE. Cannot be limited upon a use

i. 121, n. 18

USES. Limitation of to the use of intended husband
till marriage

vi, 406, 407, 532
The reason thereof

vi. 407
To the use of trustees to preserve contingent re-
mainders

vi. 409, 533, 531
To the use of the intended husband for life vi. 407
Or until bankiuptcy

vi. 533
To the use that wife may enjoy a rent charge by
way of jointure

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vi. 410
To the use of intended wife for life

vi. 410, 534
To the first and other sons in tail male

vi, 417
To the use of such child or children, as husband
and wife shall appoint

vi. 418,5:35
Or to the children equally

vi. 419
In default of a joint appoiutment, as survivor shall
appoint

vi. 536
Aud in totul default, to the children equally vi. 537
Limitation of'in marriage settlements in default of

appointment to trustees to sell, and divide the
movies amongst children

ib.
If no children to the husband

vi, 540
Or of one moiety to the husband, and the other
moiety to the wife

vi. 541
To the children of a future marriage

vi. 375
Shifting uses, in case of sons coming to other ez-
tates

vi. 421
To the daughters generally

vi. 422
To the first and other daughters in tail male

ib.
To the first and other sons in tail general

vi. 423
To the first and other daughters in general

ib.
Limitation of to such daughters as husband and
wife shall appoint

vi. 421

Vol. Page. USES. Continued. Or to daughters equally

vi. 425 To such uses as husband or wife shall appoint vi. 427 USES, SPRINGING. What, and when they may take effect

vi, 428

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WARRANTY OF TITLE. General warranty of in a deed of feoffment

i. 98 Why required

ib. n. 23 Limited warranty, form of

i, 100 n. 24 Efect of

i. 214 In a bill of sale of goods, form of

ji. 5:34 Not necessary

ib. n. 2 Recital thať a vendor is seised in fee, a ranty of title

i. 154 n. 4 WARRANT OF ATTORNEY proper to be taken as

v. 284

a collateral security on the grant of annuities WASTE. Without impeachment of waste.

iv. 128 Mortgagee by demise being a mere termor, ought

to be exempted from iinpeachment of waste iv. 129 Tenant for life hath at law a full power over tim

ber, but in equity he may be restricted from
cutting the same, unless his estate be expressly

declared to be without impeachment of waste vi. 408 WAY. Right of, form of the grant thereof to a purchaser

i. 412 An acknowledgment necessary to be reserved i. 416 Grantor thereof bound to keep in repair

i. 419 Exception of right of

ii. Power of using

in. 219 WIFE'S ESTATE. Words necessary to be used in an

appointment for sale of
In marriage settlement where the intended hus-

band is in trade, the limitation should be shifted
in the case of bankruptcy

vi. 532 Forin of so doing as to freeholds

ib.

i. 3. n.

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WIFE'S ESTATE.-Continued.
As to leaseholds

vi. 580
Choses in action belonging to wife, will revert in

her, if she survive her husband, and not go to
his representatives

vi. 575
Permitting husband to receive her separate income

will not be entitled to have the accouut go back
beyond one year

vi. 411
Where an estate settled is the wife's, provision

should be made for the husband and children of
a second marriage

vi. 427
WIFE not a necessary party in the assignment of a

lease for a year, determinable on lives ii. 503
Nor on any lease for years of her own, unless limit-

ed to her sole use, exclusive of husband ii. 515
May join the husband in charging bank annuities

with an annuity, if she has been separately ex-
amined in the court of Chancery on bill

v. 472
Her property how far affected by the bankruptcy
of her husband

vi. 221
Of debtor, need not be a party to the husband's

deed of composition, unless it relate to freehold vi. 7
Or it is her own separate estate
being a feme sole trader in London may com-
pound with her creditors

ib.
The creditors of the wife before marriage, after-

wards become the creditors of the husband vi. 8
Cannot make a will without consent

vi. 503
Form of power to the wife to make a will

ib.
Declaration that settleinent shall be in bar of dower vi. 572
Form of limiting leaseholds to a wife for her sole
use in a marriage settlement

vi. 579
See also Dower.
Covenant to leave her by will

vi. 707
Such a covenant will make the wise a creditor pro
tanto

ib.
Covenant to settle her future estate

vi. 599
Power to reduce her interest if she marry again vi. 032
WELSH MORTGAGE, what

iv. 520
WILL. All persons are capable under the statutes of

making a will of their lands, tenements, &c.
of which they are seised in fee, whether trust
estates, or legal interests, or estates pur autre vie

vi. 739, 766
The testator must be of sound and disposing mind,
and under no restraiut at the time

ib.
He must not labour ander an attainder

vi. 470
Nor in respect of his personalty, nor outlawry ib.
What will pass as household furniture

vi. 740

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WILL.-Continued.
Under the description of a watch

vi. 741
How far cash excepted in a general bequest of

goods, and whatever else shall be in the house ib.
A devise of stock upon the premises, will include
the growing crops

ib.
Household furniture may be bequeathed to the wife
for life, with remainder over

ib.
Also confining a bequest to the wife during
widowhood, is good

ib.
The qualities of the respective estates should be
particularized in the devise

vi. 742
Copyholds should be surrendered to the use of the

will, and without such surrender they will not
pass, with the reason thereof

ib.
Freehold lands are liable to the testator's specialty
debts, notwithstanding the will

vi, 743
How long a posterior estate tail may, by creating
a terı, be prolonged

vi. 750
Observations as to the disposition of heir-looms vi. 752,

753
A proviso that the devisee shall take the naine and

arms of a testator, is not a condition precedent to
preveut the estate vesting; and it may, as it seems,
be barred by a common recovery

vi. 756
A power to make jointure should be more clearly

expressed by the testator, and the reason vi. 762
Care should be taken to express the testator's mean-

ing, whether children are to take as tenants in
cominon, or as joint-tenants

vi. 787
A bequest to all the children of a person, payable

at twenty-one, or marriage, vests when the oldest
attains that age or marries, to the exclusion of
after-born chil en

vi. 788
Restraints upon marriage in wills, not encouraged ib.
Legacies to infants inay be paid into the bank, in
the name of the accountant general

vi. 792
A bequest to next of kiu, does not include husband
or wife

vi. 795
Lands in mortgage will not pass under a general

devise of his lands, unless bis intention clearly
appears, or it is so expressly declared

vi. 804
Advisable to specify wheu legacies shall vest and
become payable

vi. 805
Legacies, unless otherwise directed, are not payable

until twelve calendar months after the testator's
decease, after which period, all legacies will
carry interest, and not before, unless the testator
hath limited a previous time, and expressly given
interest

vi. 06

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