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under S. L. A., 325, 326, 351.
in proceedings as to forfeiture of leases, 141 — 143.
on dischar^ of incumbrances on sale, 116.
form of order under C. A. 1881, s. 5 . . 118.
on applications as to married women's property, 183.

PROCEEDINGS. And see Costs.
for protection of settled land, 316.

PRODUCTION OF DEEDS. And see Conditions of Sale; Sapb
Custody.
right to, xmder acknowledgment, 131 — 136.
ordinary right to covenant for, 133.

PROPERTY,

meaning of, in C. A. 1881 . . 106.
in 0. A. 1882 . . 229.

PROTECTION OF SETTLED LAND,
court may approve proceedings for, 316.

PURCHASE-MONEY,

receipt for, in body of deed, 203.

either endorsed on deed or in body thereof, 203, 204.
when solicitor may receive, without special authority, 204, 205.

PURCHASER,

meaning of, in C. A. 1881 . . 108.

restricted, in s. 3, sub-s. (8) . . 113.
meaning of, in C. A. 1882 . . 230.



QUALIFIED FEE SIMPLE,

on the nature and qua^um of, 57, 58.

QUASI-HEIRLOOMS,

provisions as to sale of, in S. L. A., 316, 317.
proceeds of sale of, is capital money, 316.

may be invested in purchase of similar chattels, 316.

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INDEX. 425

EECEIPT. And see Trustees* Eeoeipts ; Considebation.
by mortgagee, on sale^ 161.
in body of deed, sufficient, 203.

in body of, or indorsed on, deed, as regards subsequent pur-
chaser, 203, 204.
in deed produced by solicitor, authority for payment, 204, 205.
but only of the consideration in specie, 205.

BEOEIVER,

may be ap^inted by mortgagee, 155, 156, 166.

when appomted by puisne mortgpagee, 166.

powers and duties of, 164 — 166.

has no power to lease, 166.

is agent of mortga^^or, 164.

adyantage of appointment of, 166.

appointment of, does not oust mortgagor from possession, 166.

EEOITAL,

in title deed, how far eyidence, 111.

BECOVEEY. See Fines and Eeoovebies.

EEDEMPTION,

of annual sums charsed on land, 194, 195.

right of, who entitled to, 146.

order for sale in action for, 166 — 168.

EE-ENTEY. And see Forfbitube.

right of, on seyerance of reyersion, 140.

EEGISTEATION,

how far it is notice, 235, 236.

of deed yesting trust property, 178.

RELEASE,

nature of, as an assurance, 99, 100.
of powers, 201, 202.
executor may ^ye, 181.
not administrator, 182.

BELIEF. See Fobfeixube.

RENEWABLE LEASE,

apportionment of fine on renewal of, 292.

effect of compulsory sale of, 313.

by tenant for life in pursuance of coyenant, 281.

BENT. And see Best Bent.

meaning of, in C. A. 1881 . . 108.

in S. L. A., 267.
apportionment of, on seyerance of reyersion, 137.
different kinds of, 191, 192.
in mining leases, 267.

BENT-CHABGE. And see Sbabcjhes.
modes of recoyery of, 191 — 193.
when in arrear, power to demise the land, 192, 193.
redemption of, 194, 195.

capital money may be applied in, 294.

BEPAIES,

by receiyer, 165, 166.
included in building purposes, 267.
of improyements under B. L. A., 305.
on land belonging to infant, 187.
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426 INDEX.

REPEAL OF ACTS,

by C. A. 1881, of Acts in Second Schedule, 144, 167, 221.

of 88. 4. 6 and 7 of V. & P. Act, 1874 . . 172, 222.
of 8. 48 of Land Transfer Act, 1875 . . 172.
by C. A. 1882 . . 240. 246.
by S. L. A. . . 348, 349.
by M. W. Property Act, 1882 . . 401.

REPUTED MANOR,
meaning of term, 107.

RE-SETTLEMENT. See Settlement.

RESTRAINT ON ANTICIPATION. 8ee Markied Woman.

RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS,

extent of purchaser's liability under, 235.

notice of, 235.

when cease to be enforceable, 235.

may be imposed, on sale, &c. under S. L. A., 272.

RETIREMENT OF TRUSTEE,
provision for, 175, 176.

REVERSION,

distinguished from remainder, 36, 37.

application of proceeds of sale of, under S. L. A., 312 — 314.

on setUed leaseholds, may be purchased under S. L. A., 295.

RIGHT. See Easements.

ROADS,

appropriation for, under S. L. A., 285.

RULES,

under C. A. 1881, s. 7 . . 361—363.
under C. A. 1881, s. 48 . . 365.
under C. A. 1882. s. 2 . . 364.

Appendix to Rules under Conv. Acts, 366 — 871.
under B. L. A. . . 351—353.

Appendix thereto, 354—360.



SAFE CUSTODY OF DEEDS. And $ee Pkoduotion op Deeds.
undertaking for, 134—136.

SALE. -4n(2 «ee Conditions OF Sale ; Incumbrance; Puechase.
meaning of, in C. A. 1881 . . 108.
in redemption action, 166 — 168.
in foreclosure action, 166 — 168.
who entitled to, in action on mortgage, 168.
discharge of incumbrances on, 115 — 118.
trust for, or power of, how may be exercised, 179, 180.
concurrence m, by trustees, 180.
statutory power of, of tenant for life, 269.

regulations respecting, 271, 272.

wnen exerciseaole by trustees, 342, 343.

restriction on, as to mansion house, &c., 284.

notice of intended exercise, 323.
by court under S. L. A., rule as to, 352.

SALE, POWER OF,

conferred on mortgagee by C. A. 1881 . . 155.
conferred by S. L. A. on tenant for life, 269.
does not apply to principal mansion house, &o., 284.
trustees haying, are trustees for purposes of S. L. A., 266.
by trustees, with consent of tenant for life, 335, 336.



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INDEX. 427

SCOTLAND,

Acts do not apply to, 105, 229, 262, 375, 389, 401.

SEARCHES,

official, in Central Office, 230—233.
not for deeds inrolled, 233.

SECURITIES. And see Investments.

meaning of, in C. A. 1881 . . 109.
in S. L. A., 268.
SEIGNOBY,

what is, 270.

may be extinguished by tenant for life, 270.

may be purchased, 294.

SEPARATE ESTATE. See Mabktet) Woman.

SEPARATE TRUSTEES,

may be appointed for separate shares, 237.
yacancies among, how suppUed, 237.

SERJEANTY,
grand, 5.

honorary services of, still exist, 13.
petite, 6.

SETTLED ESTATE,

land of infant absolutely entitled, deemed to be within Settled Estates
Act, 185, 186.

SETTLED ESTATES ACT, 1877.

short title, interpretation of *' settlement,'* ** settled estates,'' and

" the court," 376.
power to authorize leases, 377.
leases may contain specisd covenants, 378.
parts of settled estates may be leased, 378.
teases paay be surrendered and renewed, 378.
preliminary contracts, 378.
licenses to copyholders to grant leases, 378.
mode in whidi leases may be authorized, 378.
evidence to be produced, 378.
court to direct who shall be the lessor, 378.
powers of leasing may be vested in trustees, 379.
condition that leases be settled by the court, not to be inserted in

orders, 379.
where inserted may be struck out, 379.
sales of settled estates and timber, 379.
land may be sold for building at a fee-faim rent, 380.
minerals, &c. may be excepted from sales, 380.
dedication of streets, &c., 380.
laying out streets, &c., and expenses thereof, 380.
sales and dedications imder direction of court, 381.
application to exercise powers of Act, 381.
consents required for such applications, 381 .
court may mspense with consent in respect of certain estates, 382.
notice to persons not concurring in application, 382.
court may dispense with notice xmder certain circumstances, 382.
or having regard to the number and interests of parties, 382.
may mint petition without consent, saving rights of non-con-
senting parties, 383.
notice to be served on trustees, &o., 383.
notice in newspapers, 383.
no application to be granted where similar application has been

rejected by filament, 383.
notice of exercise of powers to be given as directed, 383.
payment and application of capital moneys, 383.
trustees may apply moneys in certain cases, 384.
interim investment, 384.

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SETTLED ESTATES ACT, ISIl— continued.

application of money in respect of leases or rerersions, 884.
court may not exercise powers of Act if expressly negatived, 384.
court not to authorize act which could not have been authorized by

settlor, 384.
leases and sales purporting to be in pursuance of Act not to be

invalidated, 386.
costs, 385.

rules and orders, 385.

rules and orders to be laid before parliament, 385.
County Palatine of Lancaster, 386.
application for lease or sale in L^land, 386.
limited owners may grant leases for twenty-one years, 386.
against whom such leases are valid, 387.
evidence of execution of counterpart lease, 387.
infants, lunatics, &c., 387.
married woman to be separately examined, 388.
examination of married woman, how to be made, 388.
application by, or consent of, married woman, 388.
no obligation to make or consent to application, 388.
limited owners deemed entitled notwithstanding incumbrances, 388.
exception as to entails made indefeasible by statute, 388.
saving rights of lords of manors, 389.
to what settlements Act extends, 389.
repeals, 389.
saving, 389.
extent of Act, 389.
commencement, 389.
schedule, 389.

SETTLED LAiro,

definition of, in S. L. A., 263.

SETTLED LAND ACT,
summary of, 246 — 261.
short title, commencement, 262.
definitions, 262—268.
powers to tenant for life to sell, &c., 269.
regulations respecting sale, &c., 271, 272.
trajisfer of incumbrances on land sold, &c., 273.
power for tenant for life to lease, 274.
regulations respecting leases generally, 275, 276.

building and mining leases, 276 - -281.
part of mining rent to be set aside, 279.
leasing powers for special objects, 281.
surrender and new grant of leases, 282, 283.
licences to copyholders for leasing, 283, 284.
restriction as to mansion house, &c., 284, 285.
dedication of streets, &c., 285, 286.
separate dealing with surface and minerals, 287.
mortgage for equality money in exchanges, 287, 288.
exercise of powers as to undivided shares, 288, 289.
completion of sale, lease, &c., 289 — 291.
capital money under Act, investment of, 291 — 299.

arising from settled land in England, 299.
settlement of land' purchased, &c., 299 — 301.
improvements authorized by Act, 301—^03.

execution of scheme for, 303 — 305.

concurrence with other persons in, 305.

tenant for life to maintain, insure, &c., 305 — 307.

protection as regards waste in execution of, 307, 308.
tenant for life may enter into contracts, 309 — 311.
application of money in court under Land Clauses Acts, 311, 312.

of money in hands of ^iistees imder a settlement, 312.

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INDEX. 429

SETTLED Land ACJI— continued.

cutting and sale of timber, 814 — 316.

proce^ngs for protection or recoyery of settled land, 316.

quasi heiriooms, 316, 317.

appointment of trustees by court, 317 — 319.

nimiber of trustees to whom capital money may be paid, 319, 320.

trustees' receipts, 320.

protection of each trustee individually, 320, 321.

protection of trustees generally, 321, 322.

trustees' reimbursement, 322.

reference of differences to court, 322, 323.

notice to trustees, &c. before exercising certain powers, 323 — 325.

procedure, 325, 326.

payment of costs out of settled property, 327.

constitution of Land Commissioners, 327 — 329.

filing of certificates, &c. of commissioners, 329.

statutory powers not assignable or capable of release, 329 — 331 .

prohibition a^nst exercise of, void, 331, 332.

provision a^amst forfeiture by exercise of, 333.

tenant for life trustee for all parties, in exercise of, 333, 334.

protection of purchasers, &c., 334.

exercise of, hmitation of provisions relating to, 334, 335.

saving for other powers, 335.

additional or larger powers conferred by settlement, 335, 336.

other limited owners, to have, 337 — 341.
infant absolutely entitled, deemed tenant for life, 341, 342.
tenant for life, mfant, 342, 343.

married woman, 343, 344.
lunatic, 344.
settlements by way of trust for sale, 345 — 349.
modifications respecting Ireland, 349, 350.
schedule of repealed enactments, 350.

SETTLEMENT,

covenants for title in, 128.
definition of, in S. L. A., 262.
meaning of, in S. L. A., 264.

by way of trust for sale, 345 — 348.
of land bought with capital money, 299 — 301.

SEVEEANCE,

of reversion, 136—139, 140.
of minerals from surface, 287.

SHARE. See UNDryiDBD Shabe.

SHORT FORMS OF DEEDS,
how far sufficient, 205.
precedents of, 226—228.

SHORT TITLE,

of C. A. 1881 . . 105.
of C. A. 1882 . . 229.
ofS. L.A., 262.

SOCAGE,

tenure in, 6.

peculiar species of, 6, 9.

aU lay tenures now changed to, 12.

SOLICITOR. And see Receipt.

when may receive consideration without express authority, 204, 1^05.
protection to, and liability of, adopting provisions of C. A. 1881 . *

217, 218.
notice to, 234, 235.

to solicitor to trustees, under S. L. A., 323, 324.
whether a permanent office, 234.



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INDEX.



SOLICITOE TO TKUSTEES FOE PUEPOSES OF S. L. A.,
meaning of the phrase, 823.
notice to, of exercise of statutory powers, 323, 324.

STAMP,

on acknowledgment and undertaking, 136.

on transfer of mortgage, with new proviso for redemption, 171.

on appointment of new trustees and vesting of trust property, 179.

STATUTES CITED OE EEFEEBED TO,*
9 Hen. 3 {Magna Carta), 3, 10, 11, 44.
6 Edw. 1 (St. of Gloucester), 4, 10, 27.

13 Edw. 1 (St. Westm. 2, or De donis conditionalibtu), 3, 10, 32, 59,

60, 270.
18 Edw. 1 (St. Westm. 3, or Quia Emptores), 10, 11, 107, 192, 270.
17 Edw. 2 {De prerogativd regis)^ 11, 18.
34 Edw. 3, c. 15. .11.
34 Edw. 3, c. 16 (St. of Non-claim), 64, 93.

1 Eic. 3, c. 1 . . 88.

1 Eic. 3, c. 7 . . 64.

4 Hen. 7, c. 24 (fines), 61, 60, 64, 91, 92,t 93.

11 Hen. 7, c. 20 . . 67.
21 Hen. 8, c. 15 . . 4, 27.

26 Hen. 8, c. 13 (forfeiture of fees tail), 19, 71.

27 Hen. 8, c. 10 (St. of Uses), 85, 88, 89, 90, 91.
27 Hen. 8, c. 16 (St. of Inroiments), 103, 233, 243.

31 Hen. 8, o. 3 (gavelkind), 9.

32 Hen. 8, c. 1 (wills). 6, 13, 47, 83.
32 Hen. 8, c. 7 (tithes), 22.

32 Hen. 8, c. 34 (grantees of reversions), 38, 137, 138, 139.

32 Hen. 8, c. 36 (fines), 61, 63, 65, 91, 92, 93.

34 & 35 Hen. 8, c. 5 (wills), 13, 47, 83.

34 & 35 Hen. 8, c. 20 (feigned recoveries), 67, 71, 338, 339.

34 & 35 Hen. 8, c. 22 . . 94.

23 Eliz. c. 12 . . 9.

12 Car. 2, c. 24 (military tenures), 2, 5, 8, 9, 12, 15, 47, 78.
29 Car. 2, c. 3 (St. of Frauds), 47, 81, 83, 97, 207, 263.

3 & 4 Will. & M. 0. 14 (fraudulent devises), 207.
6 & 7 Will. 3, c. 14 . . 207.

10 Will. 3, c. 16 (= c. 22, in Stat. Eev.), 41.

4 Geo. 2, c. 28 . . 145.
9 Geo. 2, 0. 36 . . 233.

14 Geo. 2, c. 20 . . 66, 83, 207.
20 Geo. 2, c. 42 . . 272.

31 Geo. 2, c. 14 . . 16.

14 Geo. 3, c. 78 . . 144, 163, 164.

47 Geo. 3, c. 74 . . 207.

11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4, c. 47 (fraudulent devises), 207.

3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 27 (real property limitation), 92, 98, 213.

3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 74 (abolition of fines and recoveries), 27, 29, 31, 32,

33, 63, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 85, 91, 202, 338.
3 &4 Will. 4, c. 104.. 207.
3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 105 (dower), 79.

3 & 4 WiU. 4, c. 106 (descent), 57.

4 & 5 Will. 4, c. 23 . . 19.

6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 32 . . 141.

7 Will. 4 & 1 Vict. c. 26 (Wills Act), 83, 109, 207.
1 &2Vict. c. 110.. 230

2&3Viot. 0. 11.. 230.



* TbiB does not include references to the Conyeyaaoing Acts or the Settled Land
Act, occurring in notes or summaries,
t Cited amiss on this page, as 27 Hen. 7, c. 24.



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INDEX. 431

STATUTES CITED OB EEFEBEED TO-^continued.
4 & 6 Vict. c. 21 . . 85, 86.
4 & 5 Vict. c. 36 renfoancliiaement of copyholds), 270.

6 & 7 Vict. c. 23 (enfrancliiseiiieiit of copyholds), 191, 270.
7&8Vict. c. 76..86.

7&8Vict. c. 84..164.

7 4 8 Vict. c. 165 (enfranchisement of copyholds), 270.

8 Vict. c. 18 (Lands Clauses Act), 181, 199.
8 & 9 Vict. c. 56 . . 303.

8 & 9 Vict. c. 106. . 41, 86, 91, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 199, 211, 263.

9 & 10 Vict. c. 101 . . 288.
lO&U Vict. c. 11.. 288.
12&13Vict. c. 26..282.
13 & 14 Vict. c. 17 . . 282.

13 & 14 Vict. c. 21 (Lord Brougham's Act), 20, 106, 174, 179, 269, 270.
13 & 14 Vict. c. 28 .. 179. y» , , , , ,

13 & 14 Vict. c. 31 . . 288.
13 & 14 Vict. c. 60 (Trustee Act, 1850), 19, 175.

15 & 16 Vict. c. 51 (enfranchisement of copyholds), 111, 270, 272.

16 & 16 Vict. c. 76 .. 145. ^' » »
15 & 16 Vict. c. 86 . . 167.

17 & 18 Vict. c. 36 (bills of 8ale)> 106.
17 & 18 Vict. c. 75 . . 240.

17 & 18 Vict. c. 104 (Merchant Shippinff Act), 159.

18 & 19 Vict. c. 15 . . 191, 230.

18 & 19 Vict. c. 43 (Infants' Settlements Act), 189. •

18 & 19 Vict. c. 122 . . 164.

19 & 20 Vict. c. 9 . . 288.
19 & 20 Vict. c. 120 . . 33.

21 & 22 Vict. c. 94 (enfranchisement of copyholds), 111, 270.

22 & 23 Vict. c. 35 (Lord St. Leonards' Act, 1859), 38, 57, 139, 140,

144, 197, 200, 230, 293, 321.

23 & 24 Vict. c. 38 (Lord St. Leonards' Act, 1860), 230, 293.
23 & 24 Vict. c. 115 . . 230.

23 & 24 Vict. c. 124 . . 292.

23 & 24 Vict. c. 126 . . 144, 145.

23 & 24 Vict. c. 145 (Lord Cranworth's Act), 86, 155, 156, 161, 175,

180, 181, 182, 189, 190, 292, 320, 349.

24 & 25 Vict. c. 9 . . 233.
27 & 28 Vict. c. 13 . . 195.
27 & 28 Vict. c. 45 . . 264.
27 4 28 Vict. c. 112.. 231.

27 & 28 Vict. c. 114 (Improvement of Land Act, 1864), 231, 288, 293,

296, 303, 305, 308, 349.

28 & 29 Vict. c. 90.. 164.
28 & 29 Vict. c. 99.. 175.
28 & 29 Vict. c. 104 . . 231.

30 & 31 Vict. c. 132 . . 293, 294.

31 & 32 Vict. c. 40 (Partition Act, 1868), 312, 313.

31 & 32 Vict. c. 54 . . 231.

32 & 33 Vict. c. 46 . . 207, 208.

32 & 33 Vict. c. 106 . . 293.

33 & 34 Vict. c. 14 (naturalization), 71.

33 & 34 Vict. c. 23 (aboUtion of forfeiture), 17, 18, 19, 60, 71.
33 & 34 Vict. c. 56 . . 296.

33 & 34 Vict. c. 97 (Stamp Act, 1870), 171, 176, 179.

34 & 35 Vict. c. 47 . . 294.

34 & 35 Vict. c. 84 . . 296.

35 & 36 Vict. c. 24 . . 233.

35 & 36 Vict. c. 44. .293.

36 Vict. c. 32 . . 293.

36 & 37 Vict. c. 66 (Jud. Act, 1873), 29, 159, 166.

36 & 37 Vict. c. 50 (Places of Worship Sites Act, 1873), 286, 296.

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STATUTES CITED OR BEFERRED TO— continued.
37 & 38 Vict. c. 42 (Building Societies), 141.
37 & 38 Vict. c. 57 (Real Property Limitation Act, 1874), 152.
37 & 38 Vict. c. 78 (Vendor and Purchaser Act, 1874), 107, 109, 173,
239.

37 & 38 Vict. c. 83 . . 29.

38 & 39 Vict. c. 55 (Public Health Act, 1875), 103. I
38 & 39 Vict. c. 66 . . 179. ,
38 & 39 Vict. c. 83 (Local Loans Act, 1875), 294. ^
38 & 39 Vict. c. 87 (Land Transfer Act, 1875), 173.

40 & 41 Vict. c. 18 (Settled Estates Act, 1877), 185, 186, 265, 267,

278, 279, 286, 288, 295, 312, 313, 316, 336, 337, 349.
40 & 41 Vict. c. 31 . . 288.

40 & 41 Vict. c. 33 (contingent remainders), 35, 41.
42 & 43 Vict. c. 60 . . 293.

44 & 45 Vict. c. 41 (Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, 1881),

3, 17, 32, 38, 44, 46, 59, 62, 74, 86.

45 & 46 Vict. 0. 38 (Settled Land Act, 1882), 33, 34, 46, 67, 69, 75,

78 80.
45 & 46 Vict, c! 39 (Conveyancing Act, 1882), 32, 74, 84.

45 & 46 Vict. c. 75 (Married Women's Property Act, 1882), 69, 78,

109, 129, 194, 200, 239, 241.

46 & 47 Vict. c. 61 (Agricultural Holdings Act), 258, 297.

STATUTORY DECLARATIONS ACT, i

short title of 6 & 6 Will. 4, c. 62 . . 219.

STATUTORY MORTGAGE,

enactments respecting, 169 — 171.

covenants implied in, to be joint and several, 171.

forms of, 224—226.

transfer of, 169, 170, 224, 225.

re-conveyance of, 171, 226.

STREETS,

dedication by tenant for life of land for, 285, 286.

SUB-DEMISE. See Undeelease.

SUMMARY,

of S. L. A., 247.

of Married Women's Property Act, 1882 . . 390.

" SUPPLEMENTAL " DEED,
construction of, 203, 204.

SURRENDER,

of lease, ma^ be accepted by tenant for life, 282.

application of compensation money for, 283.

to whom should be made, 283.

apportionment of rent on, of part, 282, 283.
of contoct for lease, to tenant for life, 309, 310.

SURVIVORSHIP,

of powers of trustees, 182, 183.
under S. L. A., 319, 320.
of benefit of covenants, 208, 209.
of title to money advanced on joint account, 209, 210.

TACKING,

distinguished from consolidation, 147.

TENANT BY THE CURTESY,

has powers of tenant for life, under S. L. A., 340.

difficulty of construing provisions with regurd to, 340, 341.



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INDEX. 433

TENANT FOE LIFE,

definition of, in S. L. A., 264.

may comprise several persons, 265.

what powers are conferred upon, by S. L. A., 250—253.

who 1^ the statutory powers of, 247 — 249.

cannot assign* or contract not to exercise, statutory powers, 330.

is trustee for all parties in exercise of statatory powers, 273, 333, 334*

protection to persons dealing in good faith wim, 334.

may exercise powers from tmie to time, 334, 335.

when he may sell or lease to a trustee for himself, 269, 274, 333.

TENANT IN TAIL,

generally has powers of tenant for life, under S. L. A., 337.

but not ii the land was purchased with money provided by par-
liament, 338.
after possibility of issue extinct, has powers of tenant for life, 34X).

TENANT PUR AUTRE VIE,

has powers of tenant for life, under S. L. A., 340.

TENANTS IN COMMON. See OoiircuBBBNT Intbbbsts.

TENEMENTS,

definition of, 21.

are intailable under the Statute De Donis, 24, 25.

TENUBE,

in capite, meaning of the term, 3.

by common law, 3 — ^9.

distinction between ut de corond and ut de honore, 3.

in chivalry, 6.

abolition of, 12.
in socage, 5, 12.

peculiar species of, 6, 8, 9.
in frankalmoigne, 7.
effect of Quia Emptor e6 upon, 11.
copvhold, 13 — 16.
cuBtomary freehold, 15—17.

TEBM OF YEABS. See LoNO Tebm.

TIMBEB. And see Tbees.

power of mortgagee in possession to cut, 155 — 157.
mortgagor in possession to cut, 157.
trustees to cut, on infant's land, 187.
tenant for life may cut, when, 314 — 316.

application of proceeds of sale of, 314.
common law right of tenant for life to, 314, 315.
when cut, becomes personal assets, 315.

TITHE BENT OHABGE

may be redeemed with capital money, 294.

TITLE. Sec ABsnuoT OF TiTLB ; Covenants.

TITLE DEEDS. See Deeds.

TBANSFEB OF MOBTGAGE. And see Moetgagb.
not within C. A. 1881, s. 7 (C), 126.
effect of new proviso for redemption in, 171.
stunp on, 171.
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TEEES. And see Timbeb.

planting of, as improvement under S. L. A., 302.
may be cut only in proper thinning, 306.

TRUST ESTATES,

deyolution of, on death, 171, 172.

conveyed by one of several executors, &c., 172.
vesting of, in new or continuing trustees, 177 — 179.

TEUST FOR SALE, SETTLEMENT BY WAY OF,
to what extent is settlement under S. L. A., 345—348.

TRUSTEES. ^w(? see New Trustees ; Separate Tbustees ; Trttstebs

FOR PURPOSES OF S. L. A.

must not sell under needlessly depreciatory conditions, 114.

for sale, 179, 180.

receipts by, 180, 181.

powers exerciseable by surviving or continuing, 182, 183.

continuing, vesting of property m, 177—179.

retirement of , 175, 176.

number of, may be increased or diminished, 173.

may compound claims, 181, 182.

when majority cannot bind minority, 182.

incur no liability by adopting the C. A. 1881 . . 217, 218.

remarks upon the duties of, 321.

TRUSTEES FOR MANAGEMENT OF INFANTS' LAND,
court may appoint, 186.
powers and duties of, 186 — 189.

TRUSTEES FOR PURPOSES OF S. L. A.,
definition of, in the Act, 266.

whether can appoint new trustees of their own class, 318.
trustees with deferred power of sale, are not, 318.

but will generally be appointed by the court as such, ih,
how appointed by the court, 317, 318.

when tenant for life is an infant, 318.

should be independent persons, 318.

circumstances under which the court will probably appoint, 319.
receipts given by, are effectual discharges, 320.
consent of, to sale or lease of mansion nouse, 284, 285.

to cutting and sale of timber, 314, 315.
not liable for giving any consent, &c., 321.

but may be, for improperly approving scheme, 301.
cannot exercise powers for any purpose provided for in the Act,

except with consent of tenant for life, 335.
notice of exercise of certain powers to be given to, 323, 824.
answerable only for moneys actually received by them reepectiyely,

320, 321.
statutory indemnity to, 320 — 322.
may reimbiu'se to uiomselves proper expenses, 322.
reference to court of differences oetween them and tenant for life,
322, 323.

costs of such applications, 322, 323.



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