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Therefore, after contract, the Court of Chancery would, on behalf of the party
entitled to the benefit of the contract, restrain a judgment creditor from proceeding
against the legal ownership (per Wood, V.C., Benham v. Keane, 9 W. R. 765, 1 J.
The creditor came into equity, not to obtain a greater benefit than the law—— that
is, the Act of Parliament (St. Westm. 2)—-had given him, but to have the same
benefit by the process of the Court of Chancery which he would have had at law if
... altogether the sum of £20,000, should, after her decease, be raised and paid or
applied to or for the benefit of such person or persons for such purposes, upon
such conditions, and with such restrictions as his said wife should think fit.
judgment, or at any time afterwards, or over which the debtor has any disposing
power which he might, without the assent of any other person, exercise for his
own benefit.” _ The operation of an appointment in overreachmg judgments
Without again discussing the extremely intricate law of judgments and executions
, we may point out, for the benefit of “ Lincoln's Inn," that the decision in Re Pope (
which he surely cannot have read) expressly decided (1) that, where land is ...
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