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Of these six cases the first four relate to covenants to settle after-acquired
property in ante-nuptial settlements, one is a case of volimtary settlement upon a
married woman and her issue, and the sixth, in which alone marriage articles are
... or on breach of any covenant therein contained and necessary for maintaining
the security, provided _that_ “upon any such sale the purchaser should not be
bound' to see or mquire whether any _such default had been marle as aforesaid.
... as a remedy would lie in equity against him at the suit of the grantor to recover
the goods if 110 default had been made. But here the clause took away any such
remedy, and left the gr-antor io sue the grantee on his personal covenant to sell ...
Next we come to the words “ by way of security for the payment of the sum of £3
and interest thereon at the rate of £ per cent. per annum ” [or whatever else may
be the rate]. Now, on these words, combined with the covenant for t h' h _
The covenants implied by section 7 of the Conveyancing Act were then dealt with
by the court .m~i:m'm. The questionwhether the first covenant impliedviz, that the
grantor has power to o0nvey—had. any legal effect other than that of the ...
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