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" ... may happen to the estate between the agreement and the conveyance ; and he will be entitled to any benefit which may accrue to it in the interval ; because, by the contract, he is the owner of the premises, to every intent and purpose in equity. "
Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania - Página 426
por Pennsylvania. Supreme Court, Thomas Sergeant, William Rawle - 1824
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A Selection of Leading Cases in Equity: With Notes, Volumen2,Parte2

Frederick Thomas White, Owen Davies Tudor - 1877
...be entitled to any benefit that may accrue to it in the interval, and the reason assigned is, that by the contract he is the owner of the premises to every intent and purpose in equity; Richt<:r\. Selin, 8 S. & R. 440 ; Sugden on Vendors, ch. 4. This principle, which is indisputable,...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volumen51

1886
...be entitled to any benefit which may accrue to it in the interval. And the reason assigned is, that by the contract he is the owner of the premises to every intent and purpose in equity: Richter v. Selin, 8 Serg. & E. 440; Sugd. on Vend., c. 4, pp. 131, 132, Am. ed. This principle, which...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volumen99

1917
...conveyance; and he will be entitled to any benefit which may accrue to it in the interval ; because эу the contract he is the owner of the premises, to every intent and purpose, in equity." The above language was repeated by Justice Rogers in Robb, Adm'r, v. Mann, 11 Pa. 300, 304, 51 Am....
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen103

1909
...be entitled to any benefit which may accrue to it in the interval. And the reason assigned is that, by the contract, he is the owner of the- premises, to every intent and purpose in equity. Richter v. Selin, 8 Serg. & K. (Pa.) 440; Sug. on Vend. c. 4, pp. 131, 132 (Amer. Ed.). This principle,...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen91

California. Supreme Court - 1906
...will be entitled to any benefit which may accrue to it in the interval, because by the contract he 13 the owner of the premises to every intent and purpose in equity." But this was said arguendo, in deciding a case where the point was not directly involved, and the proposition,...
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volumen30

1924
...estate sold, and the purchaser as a trustee for the vendor for the purchase money. So much is the vendor considered, in contemplation of equity, as actually...separate; or how, if a man purchase an estate payable by instalment a new interest attaches as every instalment is paid; and the different judgments would then...
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