An Introduction to the History of the Land Law

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Index
Abatement,
Defined, 142 n. I
Abator,
Action against, 31-2
Defined, 31
Account,
Action, of, 18
Action, Right of,
Alienation of, 143
Barring of, 142
Vested by discontinuance, 142 n. I
Actions see Assumpsit, Ejectment,
Trespass, Real Actions
Adverse Possession, 141
Advowsons, 97
Darrein Presentment and, 31
Writ of Right for, 98 n. 2.
Aid Prayer, 117
Aids, 16
Pur faire fitz chevalier, 16
Pur file marier, 16
Aiel, Writ of, 32 n. I
Alienation, Right of, 48-53
Bracton on, 48-50
Conditions restraining, 85, 129, 197- 9
Glanvil on, 48-5
and see Freedom of Alienation and Perpetuities
Allodial Lands,
In Scotland, 3 n. 1
On the Continent, 3
Ancient Demesne, 155-6
Anglo-Saxon Land Law, 2 n. 3
And see Bookland, Folkland, and Laenland
Appointment, Powers of, 219, 222
Approvement, 107
Ascendants, Inheritance by, 54
Assigns,
Mentioned in gifts, 52
And see Covenants
Assizes, Petty or Possessory, 27-32
And title, 36
Assumpsit, Action of,
And uses, 165
Attornement, 114-15
Autre Vie. See Estate Pur Autre Vie
Bargain and Sale,
With lease and release, 177-9
Passes a use, 167-8
And Statute of Enrolments, 177
Barons, Petition of, 77
Barony, Tenure by, 14, 17
Base Fee, 86
Battle, Trial by, 26
Besaiel, Writ of, 32 n. I Bookland, 112 n. I
Borough English, Custom of, 21
Boyse, Reading of, 181
Bridgman, Sir Orlando,
Betakes himself to conveyancing, 219
Model Conveyances of, 219
Brougham, Lord, 239-40
Building Schemes, 242-3
Bulls, Mad, 6
Burgage, Custom of, 14, 21
Castle Gard, 8-9
Cestui Que Use,
Term explained, 164
Conveyance by, 173-4
Is a tenant at will, 88
And see Uses
Chancellor,
Copyholders protected by, 153-4, 160
And mortgages, 226-9

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