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47. A Husband seised Jure Uxoris may alone make a

Tenant to the Præcipe 51. Feoffment 53. Grant 54. Bargain and Sale enrolled 56. A Recovery good after 20 Years, though the Deeds

to make a Tenant to the Præcipe are lost 57. A Recovery sometimes good without a Tenant to the

Præcipe

355 357 378 379

id.

380

CHAP. III.

381 383 385 388

of Voucher, Judgment, and Execution. 1. Of Voucher 6. Vouching in Person or by Attorney 15. Rules of Court respecting Warrants of Attorney 18. Writ of Summoneas ad warrantizandum 26. Of Judgment 31. It relates to the Return-day of the Writ 40. But cannot relate to a Sunday 43. Of Execution 48. May be had against the Heir Must appear upon

Record 52. All the Proceedings in Recoveries may be enrolled 53. After 20 Years the Deeds to make a Tenant to the

Præcipe are sufficient Proof of a Recovery

392 393 404 409 410 id.

50.

413

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CHAP. IV. In what Courts and of what Things a Recovery may be suffered. 1. Court of Common Pleas 2. Of the Counties of Lancaster and Durham

id. 3. Of the County of Chester and City

id. 5. Of Great Sessions in Wales

417 6. Of Hustings in London

id. 7. Copyhold Courts

id. 8. Of what Things a Recovery may be suffered

id. 10. Rents II. Advowsons

id. 15. But not of a Fishery

419 16. By what Descriptions

id,

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Efra of a Recovery in barirng Estates Tail, Remainders, and

Reversions. .

443 449

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1. Ancient Modes of barring Estates Tail 12. A Recovery bars an Estate Tail 30. And all Remainders and Reversions 41. And an Entail of a Rent-charge 44. Effect of Recoveries with single and double Voucher 60. The Power of suffering a Recovery cannot be re

463

strained 65. An Heir in Tail allowed to inspect Title Deeds

471 474 CHAP. XI.

CHAP. VIII.

Page Effect of a Recovery in barring particular Persons, Estates, and

Interests. 2. Parties

475 3. Married Women

476 9. Trust Estates

477 31. Powers appendant and in gross

484 24. But not Powers collateral

485 25. Conditions and conditional Limitations

id. 32. Contingent Remainders

490 35. Writs of Error to reverse Fines

id.

CHAP. IX.

492 ide

Of some other Effects of a Recovery. 1. Is an Estoppel on Record 2. Lets in prior Incumbrances 8. Is a Revocation of a Devise 9. Creates a Forfeiture in some Cases 12. Does not alter the Descent 13. Exception

495 id.

497 500

CHAP. X. What Persons, Estates, and Interests are not barred by a Recovery. 1. Persons who are not Parties

508 3. Estates precedent to that of which a Recovery is suffered

id. 7. Estates in Dower and Jointures

509 33. Estates held Jure Uxoris

515 41. Estates Tail granted by the Crown for Services

517 55. Reversions vested in the Crown

528 59. Estates held by Elegit

529 60. Executory Devises

530

How Recoveries may be reversed and avoided. 1. Writ of Error 5. Who may bring it

531 532

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