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" On a question whether a devisee in fee could disclaim the estate devised, he said that " a man cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth." He died on April 6, 1691, at Ipswich, and was buried in the church of St. Nicholas there. By his... "
The Judges of England: With Sketches of Their Lives, and Miscellaneous ... - Страница 369
1864
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench ..., Том 4

Richard Vaughan Barnewall, Sir Edward Hall Alderson, William Selwyn - 1820
...assent to that which is for his benefit, till the contrary appears. That learned judge expressly states, that a man " cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth." I concur in that opinion, and think that the renunciation here having been by deed under the hand and...

A Digest of the Laws of England Respecting Real Property, Том 4

William Cruise - 1824
...assent to that which is for his benefit, till the contrary appears. That learned Judge expressly states that a man cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth. I concur in that opinion, and think that the renunciation here having been by deed, under the hand...

Precedents in Conveyancing: A Collection of Forms of Assurances of ..., Том 4

Samuel Vallis Bone - 1840
...assent to that which is for his benefit, till the contrary appears. That learned judge expressly states, that a man ' cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth.' I concur in that opinion, and think that the renunciation here having been by deed under the hand and...

The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

1841
...so absurd as to force a man to take an estate against his will: Mr. J. Ventris expressly states, " that a man cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth :" a remarkable instance, by the way, of the different phraseology used by modern and ancient judges....

The Lives of Twelve Eminent Judges of the Last and of the Present Century, Том 2

William Charles Townsend - 1846
...so absurd as to force a man to take an estate against his will : Mr. J. Ventris expressly states, " that a man cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth;" a remarkable instance, by the way, of the different phraseology used by modern and ancient j udges....

The Judges of England: With Sketches of Their Lives, and ..., Том 7

1864
...of nearly three to one : but sat there only four months, his distinguished legal 1 Ex. inf. the Rev. Edward Ventris, of Cambridge. character, added to...of master of the King's Bench. Some members of the original stock still survive, and to the kind information of the Rev. Edward Ventris, incumbent of...

The judges of England, from the time of the Conquest, Том 7

1864
...of nearly three to ono : but sat there only four months, his distinguished leg*" 1 Ex. inf. the Kcv. Edward Ventris, of Cambridge. character, added to...of master of the King's Bench. Some members of the original stock still survive, and to the kind information of the Rev. Edward Ventris, incumbent of...

Oddities of the Law

Franklin Fiske Heard - 1881 - 192 страници
...no actual or potential interest in the fish until he has caught them. 2 MR. JUSTICE VENTRIS states that a man " cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth." 3 "/"\FTEN an entire failure of consideration in ^-^ the receipt of what is mere moonshine is sufficient...

The Northeastern Reporter, Том 70

1904
...Townson v. Ticknell, 3 Barn. & Aid. 31. As stated by Justice Ventris in Thomson v. Leach, 2 Ventris, 98, a man "cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth." But the presumption that a person will accept a pure, unqualified gift is so strong that the courts...

The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the ..., Том 22

Frederick Pollock, Robert Campbell, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Edward Potton, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead - 1895
...assent to that which is for his benefit, till the contrary appears. That learned Judge expressly states, that a man " cannot have an estate put into him in spite of his teeth." I concur in that opinion, and think that the renunciation here having been by deed under the hand and...




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