En Covenant enter Thomas Serles & Thomas Stransham Executor de J. Dryland

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 January 1664
Date01 January 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 327


En Covenant enter Thomas Serles & Thomas Stransham Executor de J. Dryland

XXV. En Covenant enter Thomas Series & Thomas Strausham Executor de J. Dryland Defendants, & Francis Swain Plaintiff, le Case fuit que le dit J. Dryland esteant tenant pur vie, remainder ouster a le dit Thomas Series in fee, per indenture demise grant fe lesse a farm le terr al Plaintiff a aver & tener del feast, &c. que serra, &c. pur 15. ana, le Plaintiff enter, le dit John Dryland morust, Thomas Series Defendant enter sur le Plaintiff & luy ouste, sur que le Plaintiff port sou Action de Covenant & allege g ouster pur breach : & judgment done pur les Defendants. Et aerable matter fuit Tri 22. Eliz. rot. 859. ou le opinion fuit que Action ne gist vers Executor de tenant en tail sur ceus...

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