This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 Excerpt: ... such and the like liberties, powers, authorities, and privileges as were granted by such prior lease, and ail other liberties, &c, necessary for working the mines, except as in the prior lease was excepted. The lease of 1829 excepted certain minerals from the demise, and contained covenants by the lessees not to remove the pillars of the mines without the consent of the testator, his heirs and assigns.--Held, that the provisions in the lease of 1829 as to removal of pillars were incorporated into tne lease of 1843. On the 26th of April, 1850, the term of ninetynine years and mortgage debt thereby secured were transferred to S., and by the same deed the tenant for life mortgaged his life estate to S. to secure further sums, and thereby made the term of ninety-nine years redeemable only on payment of the further sums as well of the original mortgage debt.--Held, that the term of ninetynine years was validly charged with the further sums. On the 10th of May, 1850, the mines were, l,y an arrangement with the mortgagees, demised by the tenant for life to a trustee for the mortgagees for forty years, and the lessee covenanted not to remove the pillars without the consent of the tenant for life, his heirs or assigns, or the person or persons for the time being entitled to the premises:--Held, that the mortgagees had not power to consent to the removal of the pillars by the lessee, the covenant being for the protection of the equity of redemption. LEASE--continued. Injunction granted with costs. Costs of the shorthand notes of the Plaintiff's evidence not allowed. Mostyn V. Lancaster. Taylor V. Mostyn-SI L. J. Ch. 696; 46 L. T. 648; 31 W. R 8 Assignment of, to company--Liquidator's liability. See Company--Winding-up. 12. Covenant against subletting--Covenant t...
|Book:||A digest of all reported cases not contained in the "law reports"; decided by the House of Lords and Privy Council, the Court of Appeal, the several ... the Court for Crown Cases Reserved, the E|
|Author:||Alfred Charles Richard Emden|
|Number of Pages:||86|
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