The Conveyancing Acts, 1881, 1882 (44 & 45 Vic., Cap. 41, and 45 & 46 Vic., Cap. 39) and the Solicitors' Remuneration Act, 1881 (44 & 45 Vic., Cap. 44): And the General Order Issued Thereunder, with Comprehensive Tables of Conveyancing Costs, Introduction, Summary, Practical Notes, Forms and Conveyancing Precedents ...
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Page 127 - This section applies only if and as far as a contrary intention is not expressed...
Page 149 - ... charges, or not, and either together or in lots, by public auction or by private contract, subject to such conditions respecting title, or evidence of title, or other matter, as he (the mortgagee) thinks fit...
Page 177 - This Indenture made the day of , between AB of of the one part, and CD of of the other part, witnesseth that, in consideration of the sum.
Page 129 - A right of re-entry or forfeiture under any proviso or stipulation in a lease, for a breach of any covenant or condition in the lease, shall not be enforceable, by action or otherwise, unless and until the lessor serves on the lessee a notice — specifying the particular breach complained of...
Page 184 - The Act of the session of the third and fourth years of King William the Fourth (chapter seventy -four) " for the abolition " of Fines and Recoveries, and for the substitution of more
Page 111 - ... any such deed, will, or document, or the title prior to that time, notwithstanding that any such deed, will, or other document, or that prior title, is recited, covenanted to be produced, or noticed; and he shall assume, unless the contrary appears, that the recitals, contained in the abstracted instruments, of any deed, will, or other document, forming part of that prior title, are correct, and give all the material contents of the deed, will, or other document so recited, and that every document...
Page 119 - ... the person who so conveys, has, with the concurrence of every other person, if any, conveying by his direction, full power to convey the subject-matter expressed to be conveyed...
Page 126 - ... and may make such order as it thinks fit respecting the costs of the application, or any other matter connected with the application.
Page 173 - A description or citation of a portion of an Act is inclusive of the words, section, or other part, first or last mentioned, or otherwise referred to as forming the beginning, or as forming the end, of the portion comprised in the description or citation.