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STATUTE OF FRAUDScontinued.
the authority to the agent need not be in writing, 376.
1 R. S. 743 et seq; 2 R. S. 505, as to remedies. Subject treated under va-
rious heads. See LANDLORD AND TENANT. LEASE. ESTATE FOR YEARS.
for the recovery of real property, differs in different states, 350.
in what cases conveyance of land held adversely, void, 360, 361, 370.
L. of 1848, ch. 200, p. 307; L. of 1849, ch. 375, p. 528; L. of 1860, ch. 90,
p. 157; remarks on the above, 274, 277, 282. See MARRIED WOMEN.
1 R. S. 727 et seq. altered as to charities. L. of 1860, p. 607, considered
and treated, 232 et seq.
2 R. S. 56 et seq.
considered and treated of, 472 seq.
put up for use, may be removed by tenant, if put up by him, 86.
effect of his omission to do so, 86.
to a deed, 386, 387. See DEED. WILL.
in cases of dower, 75.
meaning of the term, 91, 300, 437.
requisites to create it, 438, 439.
to sell real estate for payment of debts, 340, 349, 350, 342.
within what time after date of letters, 342.
when descent to children, by act of 1860, 327.
when right to rent suspended, 217, 218.
a partial extinguishment, 298.
when void, 279, 280.
how far a lien on land, 155, 536.
usually assumed by the tenant, 430.
by comptroller, how made, 463.
the recitals in the deed not evidence, 464.
entitled to custody of title deeds, 78.
right of, as to emblements, 77.
and for that of another, a freeholder during his own life, 362.
his right to emblements, 77.
nature of the estate, 182.
TENANCY IN COMMON- continued.
widow of one entitled to dower, 183.
in growing crops, 184.
185 et seq.
possession of one tenant is possession of both, 356.
by what words created, 409, 410. See DEED.
how defined, 97.
and when not, 98.
less frail than an estate at will, 95.
entitled to notice to quit, 96.
meaning of the term, 47.
meaning of the term, 42.
effect of the act abolishing same, 43.
computation of, by Gregorian style, 81.
from and to a particular day, 81, 424.
meaning of the term, 312.
by sale under judgment and execution, 454, 455.
a conviction for, a ground of forfeiture, 346.
the spontaneous growth of the soil belongs to landlord, 77.
such trees are not emblements, 77.
when vendee is trustee for vendor of the unpaid purchase money, 114.
resignation of, when allowed, 245.
but not indispensable, 279.
the legal estate vested in trustee, 232.
in good faith, not liable for the application of the proceeds, 245.
estates held in, not devisable, 479, 480.
of intestate, when to take by descent, 333.
of at least twenty years, when it gives a right to an incorporeal heredita-
how it differs from a custom, 347, 348.
when it lies for rent, 99.
will lie when tenant holds over, 216.
general view of the old doctrine, 230.
provisions of the revised statutes, 232. See TRUBTS.
not recoverable on a mortgage, 147.
wherein it differs from a good consideration, 379, 380.
trustee of vendor for unpaid purchase money, 114, 115.
when he has a lien for purchase money, 114, 124.
paid purchase money, 114, 115.
not aided in equity, 379.
difference between voluntary consideration and valuable one, 379.
tenant liable for, 78.