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4. Effect of a woman's marriage upon 8. Difference between an equity of
.411 redemption and a mere trust,
338, note (4).
again, and die a widow, the will is 2. Origin and effect of the statutes of
3. Provisions of the mortmain act, 9
383 See TITLE, CHARITABLE Uses.
under a misapprehension of facts, the
See DEVISE, 2.
1. Under what circumstances now ad.
tion, are not within the clauses re- to establish a nuncupative will ibid.
103 4. Of altering a written will by a nun-
104 and note. respecting nuncupative wills 506,507
mortgage, as personal estate, is not
106, note, 221
mortgage, or for payment of debts
in fee are considered in equity, as PAROL EVIDENCE.
422 et seq.
cuted generally by will, without any
directions as to the mode in which
340 executed by a will attested according
tenants in common, as to the effect of 3. So, with respect to trust estates 63
4. But, if such power extend to pero
declared beside the mere purpose of will be unexecuted to pass real, it may
the partition, the will is revoked 341 nevertheless be effectual to pass per.
charge lands with such sums as a
stranger shall by his last will direct,
by an unattested will
given or reserved to the owner or
owners of such inheritance ibid.
84, 85, note. the law views it as done by the
or even creating a term for the pay- 8. A power may be exercised, without
85 note. 9. A man cannot by will reserve a power
tion of a power, works by the will ac-
cording to the nature and qualities of
522 note. revocable, without any fresh power
392 and note, 393
power given to her while sole
13. Precedent of power given in a will
to portion children
606, and note,
516, 518 1. Probate of a will not necessary, to
entitle a legatee to recover out of the
3. Of the general necessity for two wit-17. A person interested at the time of
nesses to establish a fact in the Ec. examination, but not at the time of
194 et seq.
making a will may give evidence
der the statute of frauds 239
Court will lie, in matters merely spi-
1. Effect of a re-entry upon a condition
witnesses, at several times, is suffi- 3. Difference as to the effect of dissei.
173 sin and subsequent entry, where the
disseisin is before, and where it is
ing purchasers, and of their liability help acts in law, but will never help
making his will, and then enters for
the condition broken-query, is the
7. Of the relation in respect to copy-
have relation thereto 332, note,
perjury on the statute · 151 and note. by will attested by three witnesses 88
mon Law Courts, where the witness
154, 156 ! 2. Whether there can be any implied
republication of a will since the sta- | 8. Secùs to a stranger
480 9. Or, if with a different commence.
481, note. wills of the same date, or both with.
274 and 275, note.
attested, (unless it be confined in ex. mentally inoperative, may nevertheless
490 13. Thus a will duly executed, though
thing subsisting when it was first pub- inoperative, may nevertheless operate
496 to be done, are no revocation
21. So an ineffectual recorery 287
256, 257 | 22. So, a feoffment by a tenant in fee,
258, 259 23. Conveyance upon a special trust, or
inconsistent dispositions 261 were legal) pass it out of one person
ibid. but for a moment, and taken back to
given by the will, to the same person 26. Testator must be accually seised at
27. If a testator having an equitable
estate, makes his will and afterwards
305, and note
devises it, and then passes it to trus-
tees for himself and his heirs ibid.
in after a new will made, any new
sell for valuable consideration 315
tion, after making his will, and then
revocations of wills
revocation of the will 337, note
tator's own hand with his name in.
nature be at the top or bottom of the
ib. note, and 123
gular form, and does not complete it,
and note, 131
party is unable to write, is a sufficient
the testator could not write 131, note
the acknowledgment by the testator,
131, 252, 256, note (2)
332, et seq.
SOLDIERS' AND SEAMEN'S
it would be sufficient if he impressed
SATISFACTION (IN EQUITY).
pressing the final effect of perform-