Short Lectures Explanatory of Our Land Laws (Classic Reprint)

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Necessity of some knowledge of the history of the land laws - Manner of holding land in England before the Conquest - Effect of the Conquest on the holding of land - Introduction of the Feudal System - Fundamental principle of the land laws - Tenure - History and description of tenures - Different classes of estates: Freeholds Copyholds - Leases for terms of years - Varieties of freehold estates fh-estate for life.

The law relating to the land of this country cannot be rightly understood without some previous know ledge of its history. It is not alone that its subtle theories, fine distinctions, restrictions, forms, and terminology cannot be made clear without some refer ence to their origin; but the law itself is very ancient, many of its rules having come down to us from the days when the foundations of our jurisprudence were laid. Some of the commonest every-day dealings with land derive their validity from Acts of the Parliaments of Edward I. And decisions of the Judges of Edward IV., while the modern changes in the law have touched the ancient system so lightly that an acquaintance with it is necessary before the very changes can be understood.

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