|Author:||Meriton, George, 1634-1711.|
|Title:||Land-lords law a treatise very fit for the perusal of all gentlemen and others : being a collection of several cases in the law concerning leases, distresses, replevins, rescous, waste, and several other matters which often happen between land-lord and tenant, as appears in the contents of the several chapters / by G. Meriton ...|
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Land-lords law a treatise very fit for the perusal of all gentlemen and others : being a collection of several cases in the law concerning leases, distresses, replevins, rescous, waste, and several other matters which often happen between land-lord and tenant, as appears in the contents of the several chapters / by G. Meriton ...
Meriton, George, 1634-1711.
London: Printed for Henry Twyford, Thomas Dring, and John Place, 1665.
"An alphabetical table" [i.e. index]: prelim. p. -.
Includes bibliographical references.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Landlord and tenant -- England.
To All Gentlemen Land-Lords, and other knowing Persons of this Kingdom.
An Alphabetical Table of the Names of the Cases vouched in this Book.
The Contents of the Chapters.
CHAP. I. Of Leases: Who may make them, and for what Term; and Who are called Tenants for Life, Tenants for term of Years, at Will and Sufferance.
CHAP. II. Of the Covenants, Conditions, Grants, Proviso's, Reserva∣tions, Exceptions, Surren∣ders, Assignments, &c. of Leases.
CHAP. III. Of Payments, Rents, Accep∣tance, Confirmations, Extin∣guishments, Demands, Re∣entries, Limitations, &c. of Leases.
CHAP. IV. Of the Dates, Commencements, Continuance, and Determi∣nations of Leases.
CHAP. V. Of Corn sown where the Te∣nant is outed, or the Term determines before it be ripe, who shall have it: and also of Estovers, and Trees blown down, &c.
CHAP. VI. Of Distresses. Of what things a Distress may be taken, and how it must be used, &c.
CHAP. VII. Who may take a Distress, and for what cause, and when, and where.
CHAP. VIII. Of Rescous, where it shall be lawful.
CHAP. IX. Of Replevins, when and where to be sued out.
CHAP. X. Of Avowries, a word or two briefly concerning the same.
CHAP. XI. Of Waste: What shall be Waste in Houses, Gardens, Woods, Pastures, &c. and what not.
CHAP. XII. Who are punishable in Waste, and for what Waste, &c.
CHAP. XIII. An Abridgment of the Sta∣tute of the 43 Elizab. and the 15 of Car. 2. about the unlawful cutting, stealing or spoiling of Wood, &c. necessary for all Gentlemen to know.