Tho. Buckenham, enfeofee T. Tey, & Aut del Mannor de B. in fee tenus

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 Jan 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 321

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Tho. Buckenham, enfeofee T. Tey, & Aut del Mannor de B. in fee tenus

III. & ,1 ui C. P. I.-I1 321 Tho. Buckenham, enfeoffee T. Tey, & Aut del Mannor de B. in fee tenua del Abb. de Burg, per service de cbr al use le dit Thomas B. & ses heirs, & lea ~ _ 391 322 1 ANDERSON, 3. dits T. Tey & Aut feoffees esteant issint aeisiea al use le dit Th. B. in fee, infeoff John Joyner & Aut al use le dit T. Buck & Elizabeth son fee pur tme de vie le dit Elizabeth & apres le mort le dit Elizabeth al use le dit T. Buck. & ses heirs, apres T. Buck, issint esteant seisi del use, mor, John son heir esteaut deins age, pur q^ corps TAbb. port breve de gard & declare sur ceo case, sur quel fuit demur & argue p les Judges, & fueront en opinion de aver done jugement pur le plaintiff; (raes ils agree,) le reason fuit pur ceo que cest use fuiteri nature de Reversion & ne Remainder car...

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