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Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland 1846-1854
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556 INDEX.
ACTS OF ASSEMBLY— Continued.
1825, ch. 169. Supplement to Charter of Savage Manufacturing Com-
pany, 453.
1825. ch. 203. Registry Act, 383, 521, 522.
1826. ch. 200, sec. 1. Relating to appeals, 304.
1839, ch. 216, sec. 7. Releases of wards of eighteen years of age, 234, 252,
253.
1830. ch. 185. Relating to appeals, 380, 301.
1831. ch. 205, sec. 3. Recording bonds of conveyance, 381, 384.
1831, ch. 305. Releases of wards of eighteen years of age, 252, 253.
1831, ch. 311. Demises of lands decreed in certain cases, 262,263, 265.
1831, ch. 315. Investments of property by administrators, executors,
and guardians, 306, 315.
183S, ch. 302. Proceedings in equity, 418, 423.
1833. ch. 181. Mortgages in Baltimore City, 39, 40.
1834. ch. 293. Insolvent laws, 151, 153,154, 155,
1836, ch. 200. Requiring appeal bond to stay execution, 213.
1838. ch, 205. Mechanics'lien law, 187, 188, 209, 211.
1839. ch. 9. Supplement to Act of 1833, eh. 181, 40.
1841, ch. 163. Exceptions to jurisdiction when taken, 121, 135, 141.
1841, ch. 262. Relating to divorces, 51, 54, 140, 142, 143.
1843, ch. 293. Relating to property of married women, 370, 483, 485.
1845, ch. 139. Insolvent laws, 151, 154,155.
1843, ch. 176. Mechanics' lien law, 187, 210.
1845. ch.287. " " " 211.
1846. ch. 271. Affidavits to mortgages and bills of sale, 186, 191, 523.
1847. ch. 305. Supplement to Act of 1846, ch. 271,191.
See CONSTRUCTION OF ACTS AND STATUTES.
ADMINISTRATOR PENDENTE LITE.
1. An administrator peadente lite is entitled and bound to collect the effects
of the deceased; he may sue for debts due the deceased, and bring eject-
ment for leasehold estate even against the heir or next of kin; and his
powers, except as to the authority to sell the goods of the deceased, are
co-extensive with those of the general administrator. Is re Eachel Calvin,
a lunatic, 278.
2. It has been the usual practice for administrators J>endent«iiteto give bonds,
and there is no doubt of the legal validity of such bonds. Ib.
See RECEIVERS, 2, 3.
ADMINISTRATORS AND EXECUTORS.
See PRACTICE is CHANCERY, 14, 17, 18.
ADVERTISEMENT.
See SALES BY TRUSTEES, 1, 3.
ALIMONY.
1. Under the Act of 1841, ch. 262, and its supplements, alimony is an inci-
dent to the power of granting divorces, and cannot be awarded to the wife
except as a consequence of the exercise of such power. Dunnock vs. Dun-
nock, 140.
3. But the Act of 1777, ch. 12, sec. 14, giving the Chancellor as full authority
in cases of alimony as the Ecclesiastical Courts have in England, is not
repealed by the Act of 1841, ch. 262. It.

 
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