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dence of intention to make the nominee a trustee for a third
56 This question as to personal estate is unsettled
Right of resumption for a forfeiture presumed to be remitted,
Proof of robbery in a place where lost deeds are supposed to
have been kept, corroborative testimony of their having ex-
Sacrament presumed to have been taken by an alderman pre-
26-27 SATISFACTION. Satisfaction of demands presumed from long delay · 5, 8
SEALING. -Sealing of deeds presumed
36 SECONDARY EVIDENCE.
To admit secondary evidence of deeds, a probable ground
must be shown that such deeds really existed, and also
196 What sufficient as secondary evidence of deeds 196-197 Circumstances corroborative of such evidence
198 When the former existence of a deed is sufficiently estab
lished by secondary evidence, an unexecuted engross
ment of it will not destroy the force of the evidence 197—198 Recitals how far to be depended on as evidence, 201-205 Deeds twenty years old making a tenant to the precipe, presumptive evidence of a recovery,
201 Recovery of twenty years' standing, presumptive proof of deeds making a tenant to the precipe
Securities for money taken in the name of a third person be-
Child's right in equity to a settlement in remainder in part of
a feme covert's estate which ordered to be settled upon
for the child, and he does not complain after coming of age 411
Page tlement to be made, and persons previously entitled (had the settlement been made) might have suffered a covery
412-413 Destruction of a settlement, and the wrongful disposition of
the property; not relievable against, unless complaint made
439, 440—442 See PARENT AND CHILD. SHIPS.-Registry of a ship conclusive proof of title - 28, note (c).
Ship being bought in the name of a stranger, no trust results 54 Ship in the order and disposition of a bankrupt, though it belongs to others, passes to his assignees
54 n, (c). SIGNING.–Signing of deeds presumed, where SOIL.
Soil of a manor waste prima facie belongs to the lord 30, 31
Solemnities necessary to the validity of deeds, and to the es
tablishing of rights presumed, where 6, 7, 34–37, 260—267 SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. See AGREEMENTS FOR PURCHASE.
COVENANTS FOR RENEWAL.
Ad valorem duty presumed to have been paid, and a proper
40 STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS.
This statute followed as to the length of time necessary to
11 STATUTES MERCHANT AND STAPLE.
Statutes presumed to have been paid if not enforced nor the
ib. STEWARDS' BOOKS.
Books of steward of a manor secondary evidence of surren-
ib. Surrender to the use of a will presumed after long enjoyment by the devisee
208 Surrender of freehold to tenant in tail in remainder presumed in order to support a recovery, where
189-191, 193 Surrenders of satisfied terms assigned to trustees to attend the
inheritance, cases on the presumption of stated and discuss-
258269 TENANT IN COMMON. See DEED. OUITE.
TENANT FOR LIFE.
Page Supposed grantor being only tenant for life, an answer to presumption from lapse of time
14 See EXONERATION. TENANT TO THE PRECIPE.
Deeds making a tenant to the precipe presumed, where 199—200 TENANT IN TAIL. See ExoNERATION. TERMS. See SURRENDER. THIRTY NINE ARTICLES.
Thirty ninc articles presumed to have been read hy a bene
ficed clergyman on taking possession of his benefice 27, 265 TIMBER. -Reservation of right to cut and carry away timber presumed, where
316 TIME.-Efficacy of time as evidence in support of titles, 5,
6, 187—225, 253-316,-329-351, 380—399, 400–450 Efficacy of time as evidence of the release, payment, or ex
tinguishment of demands - 5, 7, 352—378, 422—433 Efficacy of time as corroborative of secondary evidence - 8, 196 The length of time necessary for these different purposes va
ries according to circumstances, but as a general rule twen-
10-12 TITHES.-Presumptive title to tithes does not arise from long non-pavment
13, 286 Long adverse perception or receipt of a portion of tithes issu
ing from the lands of a stranger, presumptive evidence of
284-285 Long-possession by a land-owner of the tithes of his estate,
with proof of their having been from time to time a spe-
287-288 Presumptive evidence being given of a severance, loss of intermediate conveyances inmaterial
288 What length of time will create the presumption of a severance, quere
289 where there is clear evidence of a portion having been severed
before the restraining statutes, or of a discharge by a lay
sues holds by a separate title, not necessary 289-290 Long enjoyment of particular tithes by a vicar, where the en
dowment is lost, presumptive proof that such tithes were
291 Vicar's long enjoyment of tithes not mentioned in the endow
ment, presumptive evidence that those tithes were annexed
ib. Where a rector has long enjoyed tithes included in the en.
dowment, a presumption arises that a subsequent agree-
291 TOLLS.Grants of tolls presumed from the crown, where 303 TRUST,--to purchase presumed to be performed, where 101-102
See RESULTING TRUST.
currence of the cestuis que trust, or they acquiesce after-
Contra, if the cestuis que trust are a body of creditors 430
Warrants of attorney not acted on for twenty years presumed
359 WATER.---Right to a run or spring of water presumed after twenty years' enjoyment
312 Twenty years' occupation of the water of a river, presumptive proof of title
when the occupation began, or had only a particu-
ib. where it is in derogation of the public rights
ib. The presumptive right lost by non-user
315 WAY.-Right of way presumed from twenty years' enjoyment, 309
Mode of enjoyment determines the limits of the right 9, 310
where the usage has been interrupted or contested 309
assignment of a term, made by a person described as ex-
41 WRONG. - Wrong never presumed Wrong may be inferred from circumstances