|Author:||Santry, James Barry, Baron, 1603-1672.|
|Title:||The case of tenures upon the commission of defective titles argued by all the iudges of Ireland, with their resolution, and the reasons of their resolution.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The case of tenures upon the commission of defective titles argued by all the iudges of Ireland, with their resolution, and the reasons of their resolution.
Santry, James Barry, Baron, 1603-1672.
Dublin: Imprinted by the Society of Stationers, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, 1637.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Land tenure -- Ireland -- Law and legislation -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, THOMAS Viscount WENTWORTH Lord Deputy generall of Ireland.
The Case of Tenures vpon the Com∣mission of Defective Titles.
The Case was after drawne up in these words.
For divers reasons
And that may be in these Cases.
1. That authorities by Deede are to be pursued strictly, and precisely, both for matter, and manner. See the Case of 12. Ass. 24. 26. Ass. 39.
2. For authorities by Commission, that they must be pursued, it is the Earle of Leicesters case in Plowd. Com. 380.
3. Authority by Patent must be pursued.
4. Authorities by VVrit must bee pursued.
5. Authority given by Parliament must bee pursued.
The Order of the Councell Board upon this Resolution of the Iudges.