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to mortgage their estate and franchises, 148.
their right to take land, 149.
its nature, quality, &c. 47.
is the subject of a devise, 478.
covenant to, sometimes inserted in leases, 429.
may take certain trusts, 239, 240.
in a deed, estop parties, 366, 367.
of a lease, in a release, conclusive, 367.
of title of the owner, when a bar to an adverse holding, 357.
when it is an estoppel, 364. See EsTOPPEL.
and fines, abolished, 373.
how defined, and the different kinds, 436.
operative words in, 437.
how created, 240.
when devises to, void, 500, 501.
how defined, 156, 157.
an estate for life may be limited on a term of years, 164.
do not exist now, 173.
defined and distinguished from merger, 298. See MERGER.
by supreme court, 246.
for what causes, 246.
covenant to, sometimes inserted in lease, 430.
as in the old, 430.
it should be provided for, 430.
meaning of the term, 203.
lost by eviction, 209.
the personalty, 209.
from liability for rent, 209.
remedies for non-payment, 212, 213, 217.
is devisable, 481.
how defined, 207.
subject to dower and curtesy, 209. See Rent.
covenant to, inserted in leases, 429.
of trustee, when allowed, 245.
what circumstances sufficient to authorize a resignation, 246, 247.
of wills, how made, 493, 499. See DEVISE.
may be, by a codicil, 500.
of rent, in leases and in deeds, 208, 442.
when in deeds in fee, called durable leases, 208.
of trustee, when allowed, 245.
how defined, and when allowed, 234, 235. See TRUSTS.
destroys it as an estoppel, 365.
arise from construction of law, 174.
owner of, may defend suits, 176.
of revoked will, rule at common law, 498.
of power of attorney, when may be made and when not, 267, 269.
not to revive a former will, 498, 499.
meaning of, 352.
nor of the remainderman, 360.
necessity, 194. See WAYS.
rights of, considered, 220.
right to private ones, to the center of the stream, 220, 221, 404, 405.
of real estate, makes the vendee a trustee of the vendor for the unpaid pur-
chase money, 114, 115.
by sheriff, under a judgment and execution, 454, 455.
a deed executed by several, need have but one seal for all, 271.
how by corporation and public officers, 383.
for incumbrances, how far back to be made, 527.
expenses of, by whom to be borne, 558–562.
a term not applicable to estates for years, 81.
does not run with the land, 416.
rule of, formerly law in this state, 166.
applies to wills as well as deeds, 167.
the officer to sell under executions, 455.
by a creditor, 460.
his duty as to description of the property, 462.
to a deed, 382.' See DEED.
when by a mark sufficient, 484, 485.
purchaser entitled to, by the old English practice, 527.
a shorter period in this state, 527, 528.
'who might be, at common law, 57.
how changed by statute, 57.
of contracts, doctrine of, 543.
courts never enforce a gratuitous bargain, 544.
on the paper, when used for a seal, 383.
by what officers, 383.
1 R. S. 738, § 136 et seq.
considered, 369 et seq. See DEED. LEASE.
1 R. S. 750 et seq, considered and treated of, 326 et seq.
2 R. S. 56 et seq. considered and treated of, 472 et seq.
1 R. S. 740 et seq. considered and treated of, 61 et seq.
requires a lease for a longer term than a year to be in writing, 80, 81.
agent, 375, 376.