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Tut 5022.4

1972, kov.22.

Gift of
Hon. Chas. Sumner,

of Broton
( (H.U. 1830.)

LONDON:

PRINTED BY RAYNER AND HODGES,

16, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street,

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MOVEABLE INTO

OR IMMOVEABLE INTO MOVEABLE PROPERTY.

Conversion by the law.—Limited extent to which the civil law and the codes

of Holland and Spain altered the natural quality of property.-Coutume

of Paris.-Code Civil.–Law of England. - Property of infants, lunatics,

and bankrupts.-Law of Scotland, adjudication.—Judgments, &c. do not

alter the quality of the debt under the law of Holland, Spain, or England.

- Conversion by destination of the owner.--Admitted in all the systems

of jurisprudence.-Conventions de réalisation and d'ameublissement under

the former law of France, under the Code Civil.—Doctrine of the law of

England.-In Scotland, moveable property made heritable by taking

collateral heritable bonds.--By adjudging.–By conveyance in trusts. –

Quality of such of the debts as remain unpaid after the sale of the

heritable property on which they are charged. ...

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SECTION IV.

OP BIENS PROPRES AND ACQUETS.-ESTATES BY DESCENT AND

PURCHASE.-HERITAGE AND CONQUEST.

Propres and acquets under the Coutumes of Paris and Normandy.- Propres

réels.- Paternels and maternels. — The property which is subject to this

quality.-In what cases property acquired by other means than succession

becomes propre.-Gifts, devises, &c.- Propres fictifs.-Subrogation.-

Propres conventionnels.-Presumption that property was acquét until it

was proved to be propre. Under the Coutume of Normandy presumption

that it was propre and propre paternel, until it was proved to be acquét.-

Incidents to biens propres.-Estates of descent and purchase under the

law of England prior to the recent act, and the consequences attaching to

estates by descent.-Presumption that it was acquired by descent ex parte

paterna.-Devises or dispositions which had not the effect of preventing

the heir from taking by descent.—Recent alteration of the law of in-

heritance.-In Scotland, the distinction between heritage and conquest.-

Heirs of line, and heirs of conquest.-State of the law in the colonies.-

Lower Canada.- The United States..

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