The complete conveyancer

Publication Date1781
Remainderor, the theory and practice of conveyancing in all its branches. The practical part consisting of Precedents of every Kind that the Practisers of the Law of every Denomination can posiibly have Occasion to consult in the Course of Business. Particularly under the following heads, viz. Acknowledgments Acquittances Acts of Parliament relating to Conveyancing Affidavits Agreements of all Kinds Annuities Appointments Articles Assignments of all Kinds Awards Bargain and Sale Bills Bonds of all Kinds Certificates Charter-Parties Collateral Securities Compositions of Creditors Conditions Confirmations Consent Consideration Copartnership Copyhold Precedents Covenants Declarations Deseasances Demise Deputations Disclaimer Distribution Distress Enfranchisement Exceptions Exchange Feosments Fines Gift (deeds of) Grants Indemnity Indorsements Inrollment of Deeds Jointures Leases of all Kinds Lease and Release Letters of Attorney Letters of Licence Limitations of Uses Licence Livery of Seizin Memorials Mortgages Orders Partition Petitions Presentation Provisoes Receipts Recitals Reconveyances Recoveries Releases Resignations Revocations Separation (deeds of) Settlements Surrenders Uses Warrants of Attorney Warrants Will, &c. the theoretical part consists of the Law of Conveyancing; or, the Various Methods of Acquiring and Conveying Estates, both real and personal. By William Newnam of the Inner Temple, Esq. and others
Publisherprinted for S. Bladon, in Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by all booksellers, &c. in Great-Britain and Ireland


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