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Kilty's English Statutes, 1811
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289                                                     AND ARE PROPER TO BE INCORPORATED.                                                289

    Farmers shall not commit waste.  52 Henry 3,
Ch. 3, S. 2.
    Treble damages, and forfeiture of the place wasted
given against tenants for life or years, or dower.
6 Edward 1, Ch. 5.
    Writ of prohibition of waste taken away.  13
Edward 1, Ch. 14.
    Judgment given in waste by default shall be executed
by sheriff.  13 Edward 1, Ch. 14.
    Waste may be maintained by one tenant in
common against another.  13 Edward 1, Ch. 22.
    May be maintained against tenant, who has
granted over his estate, and takes the profits.  11
Henry 6, Ch. 5.

Weights and measures.

    But one weight and measure, &c.--Standards of
weights and measures.  9 Henry 3, Ch. 25; 14 Edward
3, St. 1, Ch. 12; 25 Edward 3, St. 5, Ch. 10;
13 Richard 2, St. 1, Ch. 9; 11 Henry 6, Ch. 8;
12 Henry 7, Ch. 5.


    Shall have their dower and quarentine.  9 Henry
3, Ch. 7.
    May bequeath the crop of their ground, as well
of their dower as their other land.  20 Henry 3,
Ch. 2.
    Alienation and discontinuance of jointures prohibited.
11 Henry 7, Ch. 20; 32 Henry 8, Ch. 36,
S. 2.


    See baron and feme.


    Nuncupative wills where the estate amounts to
£. 30 must be attested by three witnesses, and
made in testators last sickness.  29 Car. 2, Ch. 3,
S. 19.
    Their effect as to alteration of former wills.  29
Car. 2, Ch. 3, S. 22.
    Devise of lands, fraudulent against creditors.  3
William and Mary, Ch. 14.
    Devises for payment of just debts, or children's
portions in pursuance of marriage contract good.
3 William and Mary, Ch. 14, S. 4.
    Creditors, &c. competent witnesses to wills.  25
George 2, Ch. 6.
    Witnesses to nuncupative wills.  4 Anne, Ch.
16, S. 14.


    Where a case in like reason happens,  a writ to
be made.  13 Edward 1, St. 1, Ch. 24.

Year and day.

    The day in leap year reckoned into the year.  21
Henry 3.
    The new stile to be used.  24 George 2, Ch. 23.
    Moveable feasts according thereto.  25 George
2, Ch. 30, S. 2.


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