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Alexander's British statutes in force in Maryland. 2d ed., 1912
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1068
INDEX TO THE STATUTES.

Lands liable to incumbrances of
cestuy que trust and assets by de-
scent. 29 Charles 2, Ch. 3, S. 10.
Use and Occupation.
Rent recovered in action on the
case where the demise is not by deed.
11 George 2, Ch. 19, S. 14.
Warranty.
What warranty shall be wrought
by the words dedi et concessi. 4 Ed-
ward 1, St. 3, Ch. 6.
Warranty of an ancestor not seized
of inheritance, void. 4 Anne, Ch. 16,
S. 21.
Waste.
Farmers shall not commit waste-
52 Henry 3, Ch. 23, S. 2.
Treble damages, and forfeiture of
the place wasted given against ten-
ants for life or years, or dower. 6
Edward 1, Ch. 5.
Writ of prohibition of waste taken
away. 13 Edward 1, St. 1, Ch. 14.
Judgments given in waste by de-
fault shall be executed by sheriff. 13
Edward 1, St. 1, Ch. 14.
Waste may be maintained by one
tenant in common against another.
13 Edward 1, St. 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; 33 Edward 1, St.
6; 25 Edward 3, St. 5, Ch. 10; 13
Richard 2, St. 1, Ch. 9; 11 Henry 6,
Ch. 8; 12 Henry 7, Ch. 5.

Widows.
Shall have their dower and quar-
antine. 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.
Wife.
See Baron and Feme.
Wills.
Nuncupative wills where the estate
amounts to 30 must be attested by
three witnesses, and made in testa-
tor's last sickness- 29 Charles 2, Ch.
3. S. 19.
Their effect as to alteration of for-
mer wills. 29 Charles 2, Ch. 3, S. 22.
Devise of lands, fraudulent against
creditors. 3 William & Mary, Ch. 14.
Devises for payment of just debts,
or children's portions in pursuance
of marriage contract good. 3 Wil-
liam & 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.
Writs.
Where a case in like reason hap-
pens, a writ to be made. 13 Edward
1, St 1, Ch.24.
Year an (J Day.
The day in leap-year reckoned into
the year. 21 Henry 3.
The new style to be used. 24 George
2, Ch. 23.
Moveable feasts according thereto.
25 George 2, Ch. 30, S. 2.

 
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