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The purchaser was , therefore , protenant in tail ) , and reversions ( 2 Wms .
Saund . 69n ; 3 Prest . tected in respect of so much of the purchase - money as he
had Abst . 326 ) . But copyholds , customary freeholds ( probably ) , advow- paid ...
Consolidation " is treated without mention- ignorant , the result being that he may
be ousted by a purchaser from ing the important provision on that subject in the
Conveyancing the sheriff and lose his money . " Act , 1881 ; and the same ...
A purchaser wishes to know , Where the amount exceeds £ 4 for every £ 2
allowed before he pays his money , whether the vendor can make a good title or
a fraction thereof 0 1 0 to the land sold . If the land has been delivered in
execution he ...
Cr . 416 ) —0.g . , by allowing and docketing was required by the Act only as
against purchasers , the creditor to redeer . a ... The search is when a judgment
creditor was allowed to redeem a mortgage , generally confined to the last
5 ( post ) , is that , as against purchaser s whole beneficial interest which the
debtor may have in the property without notice , the old law remained in force (
Westbrook v . Blythe , is bound , not the beneficial interest which a stranger may
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