Touts les Justices del banke teign que si Tenant in taile ad issue 2. fits & enfeoff

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 Jan 1664

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 338

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Touts les Justices del banke teign que si Tenant in taile ad issue 2. fits & enfeoff

LXXVI. Touts lea Justices del banke teign que si Tenant in taile ad issue 2. fits & enfeoff le puiane del terre taile & morust, le puisne morust seisi del dit terra, son feme esteant enseint 1'eisne enter en le terre, & apres le issue est nee & re-enter il ne poit; car le eisne est remit & eins en son auncye droit devant que le issue rien avoit: Car donques ne fuit person capable per discent ne auterment. H. 1, 2. P. M.

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