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COVENANT-Continued.
To demise

230, 363
Also to surrender

230
That premises shall remain open to and sufficient to
answer annuity

346, 563
From assignee to indemnify assignor against the
consequences of using his name

53
Usual in leases

193, 196, 201
In a conveyance of leaseholds for lives

91
In an assignment of monies

52
In a deed of separation

337, 368
That person is seised in fee 186, 262, 345, 401, 458
Hath good right to convey 153, 187, 263, 291, 381, 402
For quiet enjoyment 41, 120, 154, 157, 187, 230, 264,

291, 381, 402
Free from incumbrances 154, 187, 231, 265, 290, 381, 403
For further assurances 88, 121, 124, 155, 188, 209, 292,

346, 364, 381, 403
Case and opinion as to supporting an action upon
covenant for further assurance

387
That leaseholds shall be free from incumbrances

405
And are discharged of rent

ib.

D.

DECLARATION of trusts by parties to a conveyance,

that the same was made to relessee in trust to sell
the premises at the end of twelve months, if a

certain debt was not paid within that period 383
Of the trusts of a term for grantee and grantor of
annuity

232, 397
Of the trusts of a term for mortgagee and mortgagor 38%
Of the uses of fines.- See Fines.
Of the uses of recoveries. -See Recovery.
Of the trusts of an assignment of a lease by way

of
mortgage, with powers of distress and sale to se-
cure the principal and interest, and waiver of pri-
vilege, the mortgagor being a member of parlia-
ment

37
DEEDS. Grant of

163, 443
DEFEASANCE on warrant of attorney

32
DEMISE. Mortgage by

149
Reconveyance of mortgage by

328
DESCENT. If a vendor claims by descent or under a

will, he must covenant against the acts of his an-
cestor or testator; and if such testator had claim-
ed by descent or will, then the covenants might
be required to extend to the acts of all persons
under whojn such testator derived bis title

415
NU

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202

DISCLAIMER of executorship and trusts
DISTRESS. Power of in a mortgage
DOWER. Bond to indemnify against

Usual mode of barring, approved by Editor and two

very eminent conveyancers
Same, by another hand

37
13

185
319

E.

EJECTMENT. Warrant of attorney to confess judg-
ment in

31 n. 5
EXCEPTION of terms should be general, it having been

objected to by many gentlemen who go the cir-
cuit and attend nisi prius bars, as a great absur-
dity to shew on the face of a conveyance of the
freehold and inheritance of any hereditaments,
that there is a legal estate standing out by which
many plaintiffs have been nopsuited

410
EXECUTOR. An execator not beneficially interested,

cannot be required to covenant against his testa.
tor's acts

415
See Descent and Purchase.
EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS. Of the ne-
cessity of these words in warrant of attorney

31 o.
EXECUTORSHIP. Disclaimer or renunciation of 202
EXECUTRIX. Assignment of term by her and her
husband

143
F.
FINE. Deed to lead the uses of a fine

297
Deed to declure the rises of a tine

300
A mode of supplving defect in title occasioned by
the 10-6 of a derd leading the uses of a fine

301
See Recital.
FINES AND RECOVERIES. Deed to lead the uses of

on the marriage of an infant who was enabled by
act of parliament to acknowledge fines and suffer
recoveries

237
See Recitals.
FRAUD. See Post Obit Bond.

G,

GENERAL WORDS, See Words,
GRANT. 'Editor's opinion on the signification of this
word in conveyances

274 0.
Of deeds
Of annuity

163, 443
210, 357

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I.

JAMAICA. Mode of barring estates tail there

305
INDEMNIFICATION usual to trustees 28, 124, 138, 173,

258, 450
To purchasers

40

110
Against portions
INFANT. Bond to procure an infant heir to convey

12
Fives and recoveries by

237
Re-conveyance by infant trustee

4
INSTALMENTS. Bond for payment of money by
INSOLVENT. Affidavit to be made in purchasing his
estates

1
JUDGMENT. Assignment of
Warrant of attorney to confess

30

43, 111

L.

190

194
201

LEASE from tenants in common, one of whom was a

feme covert and her husband
From the committee of a lunatic with the appro-

bation of the master

Allowance of master to same
LEASE FOR YEARS. Conveyance of
LEASE FOR LIVES. Ditto
LETTER OF ATTORNEY to represent a person as

vouchee in an intended recovery
From a nobleman on his taking a tour into foreign

parts, empowering his brothers to take care of his
estates and manage his concerns during his ab-

400
89

63

54

sence

M.

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS. Uses and trusts in 246 to 258
MASTER. Allowance to lease granted by committee

of lunatic
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, Waiver of privilege by,
in a mortgage

37
MERGER. See Surrender and Release.
MORTGAGE by demise to a trustee for securing certain

expences he had sustained under a deed of trust,
in consideration of his di-charging the property in
general from his demand, the trusts having be-
come unnecessary

149

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MORTGAGE-Continued.

By lease and release, in satisfaction and discharge
of a debt, with liberty for relessor to re-purchase
within twelve months; accompanied by a separate
deed, declaring that the actual intent and meaning
of the parties was, that the premises should be
vested in the relessee in trust to sell the same at
the end of twelve months, if debt not paid within
that period

376, 383
See Recitals.

1

N.

NEW RIVER Water Works; deed to lead the uses of a
fine of

298
NOTARY-PUBLIC should attest deeds executed abroad 409

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OPINIONS as to supporting an action upon covenant
for further assurance

387
As to the extent of covenants from vendor to vendee 412,

414
As to the custody of title deeds in special cases and
on other points

406

P.

16

PARAPHERNALIA. Covenant that wife shall enjoy
them

354
PARCELS, Omission of rectified by a trustee of the

legal estate in premises which had been omitted
to be conveyed by him on a former occasion to a
trustee for certain annuitants

374
PARTNERS. Bond between on settling accounts
PORTION. Assignment of a share in by an elder sister

to her younger sisters in addition to their shares
therein

92
PORTIONS. Indemnification against

110
POST-OBIT-BOND. Form of

5
If there is any circumstance of fraud or circumven-

tion, if an undue advantage has been taken of the
necessities of a person, or if terms of the agree-
ment are grossly unequal, a court of equity will

interfere
POWER OF APPOINTMENT OF NEW TRUSTEES.
Exercise of

73
POTTER OF APPOINTMENT OF LAND. Exercise of 181

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POWER to receive monies

21,50
To vary securities

23
To purchase estates

24
To raise monies by demise, sale, or mortgage

103
To demise and improve premises
To sue out execution on a judgment

123
To appoint new trustee

27, 354, 366
To fell timber

171
Of re-entry in lease

192
Of distress, entry, and perception of the rents and
profits

41, 82, 222, 224, 359
Of leasing

177, 260
Of revocation

261, 271
PRESENTATION TO A LIVING. Conveyance of an
alternate

422
PRIORITY OF CLAIM. Waiver of
PRIVILEGE. Waiver of by Member of Parliament
PURCHASE. Whenever vendor was himself the pur-

chaser, then the purchaser from such vendor can
require the vendor's covenants for title, possession,
and further assurance to extend no further than

his own acts
See Descent, and Executors.

R.
RECEIVER. Appointment of to keep down the inte-

rest of mortgage
RECITAL of lease for a year 129, 161, 185, 300, 315, 327,394,

401
Of bargain and sale, inrolled

311
Of lease and release

13, 14
Of lease and release and appointment

128
158, 202, 312, 322, 323, 328, 369
Of an uuder mortgage

332
Of the transfer of a mortgage

322, 328
Of a marriage settlement

72, 92, 128, 238, 439
Of grant of annuity

120, 212
That an annuity had become void for want of a
memorial

389
The payment of the consideration

ib.
That grantor was desirous of effectually granting it 166
Of a tine

115, 330
Of a recovery

311
Of deed leading the uses of a fine

15, 329
Of the loss of such a deed

303
Of a lease

SO
Of assignment of lease

37
Of surrender of a lease

80
Of assignment of annuity

100

Of mortgage

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