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The Editor of the present Volume begs leave to assure the Profession that the Precedents introduced by him on this occasion, are the production of great care, and he trusts will be found equal to bis Precedents of Settlements, of which the learned and indefatigable Editor of the “Modern Precedents” has spoken so favorably. In compliance with the wishes of the Pur. chasers of Mr. Barton's Work, there is annexed to this Volume a new,
very copious, and particular Index, as well to the Six Volumes of the MODERN PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING AND PRACTICAL Notes, as to the present Volume.
Chancery Lane, Sept. 26th, 1815.
(printed on copy or draft paper, on one side only,)
A SELECT COLLECTION
B L A NK D RAFTS
COMFRISING SUCH AS ARE OF THE MOST GENERAL USE IN PRACTICE,
ADAPTING THEM 30 DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES OP TITLE.
BY CHARLES BARTON, Esq.
Author of thc Elements of Conveyancing.
No, I. Conveyance by Vendor (or Vendor and wife) to a Purchaser, (or a Purchaser and Trustee).
No. II. Convoyance by Veodor aod Trustee for preventing Dower, to a Purchaser.
No. III. Conveyance by Vendor and Trustee for preventing Dower, to a Purchaser and his 'Trustee for the like purpose.
No. IV. Conscyance by Mortgagor and Mortgagee in fee, to a Purchaser, or a Purchaser and Trustee for preventing Dower.
No. V. Conveyance by Mortgagor and Mortgagec for a term, to a Purchaser, or a Purchaser and Trustee for preveating Dower, with Merger of the Term.
No. VI. Assignment of Leasehold Promises from a Vendor to a Purchaser.
No. VII. Assignment of Leasehold Premises from a Morte gagor and Mortgagee to a Purchaser.
No. VIII. Mortgage in. See by the owner of the Inheritance ; variations where wife a party:
No. IX. Mortgage ip fee by the owner of the Inheritance and his Trustee for preventing Dower.
No. X. Mortgage by demise for a term of years, by owoer of the Inheritance; variations where his wife a party.
No. XI. Assignment of Leasehold Premises by way of Mortgage.
No. XII. Assignment of an outstandiog Term to a Trustee to attend the Inheritance. No. XIII. Deed of Covenant to produce Title Deeds.
These Drafts are printed on folio Copy or Draft Paper, (on one side only,) and will be found of material use and convenience to professional Gentlemen, sin all cases where immediale expedition is requisite; and in paricular, to such Country Gentlemen as have noi an opportunity of submitting their drafts at every turn to the perusal of a regular conceyancer. Price il. 10s. the set, or single Draft, 3s.
Lately published in 3 vols. royal 8vo. price 21. 8s. boards. POWELL's Original Precedents in Conveyancing, with Notes and Remarks
explanatory of the several Deeds; by Charles Barlon, Esq. BARTON's Elements of the Science of Conveyancing, in six vols, royal 8vo.
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