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LETTER II.-DISTINCTION BETWEEN LAW AND EQUITY - OF SALES
AND PURCHAS ES—Equitable Defences at Law-Legal Remedies in
Equity – Partial Execution of a Contract - Purchaser's Remedy
where the Title is bad.........
LETTER III.-SALES AND PURCHASES-Continued.--Effect of the
Contract-Revokes a Will-Option to Purchase—How Purchase-
money is to be paid-Estate should be charged for benefit of
Younger Children-Leaseholder buying the Fee-Effect of pre-
vious General Devise on Estate purchased
LETTER IV. SALES AND PURCHASES Continued. - Moral and
Legal Duties of a Seller-Misrepresentations-False Statements
by Agents—Concealments-Misdescriptions-Sale with all Faults
-Encumbrances — Value-Rent - Examination of Title - Condi.
tions of Sale-Deposit- Auctioneer giving Credit-Buying-in an
Estate-Puffing-Agent not pursuing his Authority-Auctioneers'
and Agents' Charges-Puffing-Recent Act-Only one person can
bid-Auctioneer-Sales by the Court-Biddings cannot be opened 16
LETTER V.-SALES AND PURCHASES-Continued.-Purchaser re-
lieved against what Encumbrances and Defects — Liability of
Lawyers - Fraudulent Concealment of Deeds - Purchaser not
bound to disclose Advantages-Purchaser bound by Rights of
Way-Faults in Mines-False Representations by a Stranger-
Inquiry after Encumbrances-Notice of Lease-Receipt for Rent
-Lessee's Covenant-Lessee taking Possession.....