|Author:||Herne, John, fl. 1660.|
|Title:||The law of conveyances,: shewing the natures, kinds, and effects, of all manner of assurances, with the manner of their several executions and operations. Also directions to sue out and prosecute all manner of writs, of extent, elegit, and judiciall writs upon statutes, recognizances, judgments, &c. A warrant to summon a court of survey: and the articles to be given in charge, and inquired of in that court. With an exposition of divers obscure words and termes of law, used in ancient records, &c. And also plaine decimall tables, whereby may be found the true values of lands, leases, and estates, in possession, or reversion. With a concordance of years, &c. / By John Herne Gent.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The law of conveyances,: shewing the natures, kinds, and effects, of all manner of assurances, with the manner of their several executions and operations. Also directions to sue out and prosecute all manner of writs, of extent, elegit, and judiciall writs upon statutes, recognizances, judgments, &c. A warrant to summon a court of survey: and the articles to be given in charge, and inquired of in that court. With an exposition of divers obscure words and termes of law, used in ancient records, &c. And also plaine decimall tables, whereby may be found the true values of lands, leases, and estates, in possession, or reversion. With a concordance of years, &c. / By John Herne Gent.
Herne, John, fl. 1660.
London: Printed by T.R. for Hen. Twyford, and Tho. Dring, and are to be sold at their shops, in Vine Court Middle Temple, and at the George in Fleetstreet neer Cliffords Inne, 1655.
Conveyancing -- England
TO THE READER:
THE LAW OF CONVEIANCES OR, A perfect explanation of all the essentiall and accedentall parts of all sorts of instru∣ments, for the conveying of all things, whether corporall or incorporall, and what words, actions, and circum∣stances are required by Law thereunto.
The Creation of all manner of Estates by the Habendum of the Deed.
Creation of estates taile raised by way of limitation of uses.
Reservations of Rent, with all incidents belon∣ging thereunto, and how tenant in taile must reserve the rent upon his Lease.
Demand of Rent, and how it ought to be made to take benefit of a re-entry.
Twines case, fo. 83. Lo. Coke. 3 pars.
Ʋses created by Bargaine and Sale, and by way of Covenant.
How to make a perfect Joynture within the Statute of 27 H. 8. wherein six things are to be well observed.
What Deeds of Gifts shall be counted fraudulent.
Where Sale in a Market Overt shall Bar the owner, and where not.
Executors, with all things incident to that Office.
Cases in Law of divers and sundry man∣ners and matters.
Forfeiture, De pace regis & regni tit. forfeiture fo. 222.
Execution upon Statute.
What Lands and goods shall be extended or taken by the Sheriff in Execution upon Statute &c. in case of a common person.
Execution upon a Recognizance.
Execution by Elegit.
Execution upon Capias ad satisfaciendum.
How to know the end and determi∣nation of any lease.
A Warrant to Summon a Court of Surveigh.
ARTICLES to be enquired of at a Court of Survey and Court-Baron for the Mannor &c.
The interpretation, explanation, and meaning of divers words used in ancient Charters, &c.
Certain Saxon words in Doomsday Book expounded by Mr. Agar of the Receit in the Exchequer.
The four Termes with their Returnes.
A SUPPLEMENT TO THE LAVVYERS DIRECTORY,
CHAP. I. To convert the parts of a pound into Decimalls and the contrary.
To reduce money into Decimalls.
To find the value of a Decimall given in the known denomi∣nation of money.
CHAP. II. Of Simple Interest.
CHAP. III. Of simple Rebate.
CHAP. IV. Of Compound Interest.
CHAP. V. Of rebate or discount of money according to compound interest.
tables of interest
A Table, shewing the begin∣ning of every Kings Raign from the Conquest, together with the year of Christ, answering to every yeare of each Kings Raign, the years beginning at the 25th. of March.
William the Coqueror began his Raigne the 15. of Oct. 1066. and therefore had Raigned one year compleat, Oct. 15. 1067.
William Rufus began his raign Sept. 9th. 1087.
Hen. 1. Aug. 1. 1100.
Steph. Decem. 2. 1135.
Hen. 2. Oct. 25. 1154
R. 1. July 9. 1189.
John. April 6. 1199.
Hen. 3. Oct. 19. 1216.
Ed. 1. Nov. 16. 1272
Ed. 2. July 7. 1307.
Ed. 3. Jan. 25. 1326.
R. 2. June 21. 1377.
H. 4. Sept. 29. 1399.
H: 5. Mar. 20. 1412:
H. 6. Aug. 31. 1422
Edw. 4 Mar. 4. 1460.
R. 3 June 22. 1483.
H. 7 Aug 22. 1585.
H. 8 April 22. 1509
Edw. 6 Jan. 28 1546.
Mar. Iul. 6. 1553.
Eliz. No. 17. 1558.
Jac. Mar. 24. 1602
Carol. Mar. 27. 1625
These Bookes following are Prin∣ted for Henry Twyford and are to be sold at his shop in Vine-Court middle Temple.
Courteous Reader, these Books following are Printed for, and sold by Thomas Dring at the George in Fleetstreet near Cliffords Inne.
A TABLE OF THE Principall matters contained in this BOOKE.