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" ... a statute made upon great consideration, introduced in a solemn and pompous manner, has had no other effect than to add at most three words to a conveyance. "
The Parliamentary Debates - Page 185
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1828
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An Essay on Uses and Trusts: And on the Nature and Operation of ..., Volume 1

Francis Williams Sanders - Conveyancing - 1813
...and domestic provisions. The observation, therefore, of lord Hardwicke1, that the statute of uses " has had no other effect, than to add at most " three words to a conveyance," is not substantially correct ; for by extinguishing the 1 1 Atk. £91. CHAP, in.] Slat. 27 H. 8. p....
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A treatise on the principles and practice of the High court of chancery

Henry Maddock - Equity pleading and procedure - 1820
...Trustees, unexecuted by the Statute (d ). It was observed by Lord Hardwicke, that the Statute of Uses " has had no other effect than to add at most three "words to a Conveyance (e) j" but that position seems questionable. The Statute remedied the inconveniences it professed to...
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Commentaries on the laws of England. [Another], Volume 2

sir William Blackstone - Law - 1825
...paragraph. Upon this Mr. Sanders remarks, that the observation of Lord Hardwicke, that the statute of uses " has had no other effect, than to add, at most, three words to a conveyance," is not substantially correct ; for by extinguishing the fiduciary existence of the use, the statute...
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A Systematic Arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the ..., Volume 2

Sir Edward Coke, John Henry Thomas - Land tenure - 1827
...Atk. 591 ', a statute, made upon great considération, 'and introduced in a solemn and pompous manner, has had no other effect than to add, at most, three words to a conveyance. Besides this, — one of the chief inconveniences produced by trusts, was, the secret method they afforded...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's ..., Volume 6

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Richard Vaughan Barnewall, Sir Cresswell Cresswell - Law reports, digests, etc - 1828
...Plopkins (e) may be relied on for the defendant, where Lord Hardwiclce said, that the statute of uses had had no other effect than to add, at most, three words to a conveyance ; but the instance by which he illustrates that is of a limitation to A. and his heirs to the use of...
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 4

James Kent - 1826-1830 - 1830
...said, in the course of his opinion in Hopkins v. Hopkins, (I Alk. Rep. 591.) that the statute of uses had no other effect than to add, at most, three words to a conveyance. This was rather too strongly expressed ; but I presume the abolition of uses with us will not have...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 7

Law - 1833
...591. consideration, introduced in a solemn and pompous manner, and by this strict construction had had no other effect than to add at most three words to a conveyance," will be remembered by our readers ; and the Dower Act will thus add to the list of legislative failures,...
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A Systematic Arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the ..., Volume 2

Sir Edward Coke, John Henry Thomas - Land tenure - 1836
...Atk. 591, a statute, made upon great consideration, and introduced in a solemn and pompous manner, has had no other effect than to add, at most, three words to a conveyance. Besides this, — one of the chief inconveniences produced by trusts, was, the secret method they afforded...
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Speeches of Henry Lord Brougham, Upon Questions Relating to Public ..., Volume 2

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Great Britain - 1838
...must go out. He may go into a Court of Equity on his agreement, if that hare been invented : — " By this means a Statute, made upon great consideration,...adopted by Blackstone, who cites Lord Hardwicke in support of it — 2 Com. 336. • The late Wills-Act has introduced very great improvements into the...
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The Theory and Practice of Conveyancing, Volume 1

Solomon Atkinson - Conveyancing - 1839
...affected: to this the reason of mankind assented, and it has stood on this footing ever since; and by this means a statute, made upon great consideration,...other effect than to add at most three words to a conveyance1." i Hopkini v. Before the statute, the words use and trust were synonymous, Hopkins, lAtk....
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