Davison and Dymmocks Case

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1792
Date01 January 1792
CourtCourt of the King's Bench

English Reports Citation: 80 E.R. 597

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Davison and Dymmocks Case

let, 17. davison and dymmocks case 597 michael. 7 jacobi. davison and dymmocks case. Thomas, late Earl of Sussex, being seised in his demesne as of fee, in an acre and a half of land, lying at Weston, in the county of Lincoln, did hold the same of the late Queen Elizabeth, as of her fee of Crown-land, of which fee the late Queen was seised in fee simple by admittance, the said earl being so thereof seised, did procure license from the late Queen, and suffered a common recovery thereof, (inter alia) whereby he made his wife a joynture, anno 24 Eliz. After which, the said late earl and his countesse died, seised of the said lands in Weston, (inter alia) and the same descended to the now earl, as cosin and heir to the said late earl, who sold unto William Davison, late father of John Davison the said acre and half in Weston, in fee simple, which, said William Davison after dieth thereof seised in fee simple (inter alia) and the same descended unto John Davison, as son and heir unto William, as was found by office, by vertue of a quee plura, taken after the death of William Davison, and it was thereby further found, that the said acre and half, was holden at the time of the decease of the said William Davison, of the said late Queen, and at the time of the taking of the said inquisition of the Kings Majesty that now is by knights service in capite. Question. First, whether the said acre and half acre in Weston be holden by knights service in capite, or onely by knights service ? Secondly, admitting the said tenure shall onely be adjudged a tenure by knights service, and not in capite, then, whether the said John Davison, son and heir to William Davison, can by any law be admitted [17] to traverse the tenure by knighta service in capite, found after the death of his father, or may have any other remedy by law, and resolved by Coke and Tanfield, that the suing of the license of alienation, is no conclusion unto the party, whereby the same lands should become to be holden of the King in capite, because the words of the license are, (quae de nobis tenentur in capite, ut dicitur) but yet that the same may be used as...

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