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Session Laws, 1854
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4. Any person claiming title to any real estate may
notwithstanding there may be an adverse possession
thereof, sell and convey his interest therein.

Fee simple.

5. All title to real estate acquired by the grantor sub-
sequent to a conveyance purporting to be in fee simple,
shall enure to the grantee.


6. All real estate as regards the conveyance of the
immediate freehold thereof shall be deemed to be in
grant as well as in livery.

what to in-

7. Every deed conveying land shall unless an ex-
ception be therein made, be construed to include all
buildings, privileges, liberties and appurtenances of
every kind belonging to such land.

Lineal war-
ranties ef-

8. Lineal and collateral warranties with all their in-
cidents are abolished, but any covenant allowed by law
may be inserted in any deed.


9. The heirs, devisees and personal representatives of
any covenantor, shall be liable to the extent of the as-
sets devised or descended according to the terms of the
covenants contained in the deed.


10. No covenants shall be implied in any convey.
ance of real estate.

Term of


11. No term of inheritance shall be necessary to
create an estate in fee simple.

Fee simple.

12. Every conveyance of real estate shall be con-
strued to pass a fee simple estate unless a contrary in-
tention shall appear by express terms or be necessarily
implied therein.

Estate of

13. Every conveyance purporting to be in fee simple
shall be construed to pass all the estate of the grantor.


14. Grants of rents or of reversions or remainders shall
be good and effectual without the adornment of the


15. A married woman may convey any of her real
estate or relinquish her dower in any of the real estate
of her husband by joint deed executed by herself and
husband or she may relinquish her dower by separate
deed to the grantee of her husband.


16. No covenant in any deed conveying the real
estate of a married woman shall bind her or her heirs
or personal representatives, except so far as may be
necessary effectually to convey from her and her heirs,
all her right and interest expressed to be conveyed in
such conveyance.

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