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The Act enables the father to “dispose of the custody and tuition " of the child, and
enables the guardians to “take into their custody, to the use of such child, the
profits of all lands, tenements, and hercditaments of such child, and also the ...
Ar common law a judgment creditor could not take in execution the land itself; he
could only sue out a writ of Zevarifaoiae, under which he received the profits as
they accrued, through the sheriif, who thus collected the debt for him (3 Rep.
Under the old law his right was only to obtain possession of the lands and receipt
of the rents and profits until the debt was satisfied, and this remark flpplies to the
equitable execution given by the Court of Chancery in cases where the lands ...
... and manager of the engineering department respectively for the space of two
years, and the agreement contained a guarantee by the two defendants that the
net profits of the company for the two years next following should amount to a
It is certain that the late Lord Moxiiswisu. was never admitted a member of
Serjeant'sinn, nor received any share of tho purchase-money when that inn was
sold and the profits divided. What was the reason of Mr. Justice Gnovi:'s call as
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