Canlyniadau 1261–1280 o 1290 ar gyfer conveyancing

Bills Presented.: Conveyancing (Scotland) Amendment Bill, (13 Maw 1924)

Conveyancing (Scotland) Amendment Bill,

Orders of the Day — SOLICITORS BILL [Lords.] ( 7 Gor 1922)

Mr Ernest Evans: ...to that Clause which ensures that an articled clerk shall, if possible, attend a course of study. It is possible for a young man to find himself in a small office which confines its work, say, to conveyancing, or he may find himself in a large office where work of all kinds is done, but where he himself is relegated to one department. I know of young men who have been articled clerks, and...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Delivery of Increment Value Duty particulars.) (28 Meh 1922)

...included in their charges. The suggestion made by the Law Society as to the payment of one guinea has not been generally followed throughout the country. This practice is a great hindrance to easy conveyancing, more particularly in those parts of the country where we have no stamping office at our disposal. What happens is, that the conveyancer has to send his documents by post, and has to...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords]. (16 Meh 1922)

Mr Leslie Scott: ...the Bill, and if any section feel a little disappointed, I think the House will agree that all sections have had a fair run for their money on this Bill. I want, if I may, particularly to thank the Conveyancers of Lincoln's Inn, past and present, to whose brains this Bill is due, and I would mention particularly the late Sir Philip Gregory, whose services were of such inestimable value....

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause I. — ("Legal estates" and "equitable interests," and repeal of the Statute of Uses.) (14 Meh 1922)

Sir Thomas Bramsdon: ...is a desire on the part of the legislature to do away with burdensome expense it is our duty to do so, hut, on the other hand, where it is desired, as I think it is desired here, that a system of conveyancing, and of ownership and of transfer, which is so beneficial and works so satisfactorily as does this system of tenancy in common, should continue to exist, I think it is a pity that, it...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 64. — (Application of Capital Money.) (14 Meh 1922)

Mr David Reid: ...of good credit he can raise the money otherwise. We do not want to authorise people to enter upon risky speculations of trust moneys. One can emphasise this matter if one has any acquaintance with conveyancing, and we could get further evidence bearing upon this point. But I think the matter is clear to everyone who understands the general position. The development of an estate is by no...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 65. — (Amendment of Section, 25 and repeal of Section 26 of the Act of 1882; and power to raise money for improvements and for the Court, or the trustees to impose conditions for repayment of money applied for improvements.) (14 Meh 1922)

Mr Leslie Scott: I am sure the House will have appreciated the serious spirit, as they were charmed by the serious voice, in which my right hon. Friend gave the House the benefit of his comments on this Clause. Assuming for the moment that behind his gaiety there is a serious object, I should like to say this. This Clause represents, as a whole, deficiencies which have been found in practice for the last...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 78. — (Relief against forfeiture of leases on assignment, etc., and as to powers to distrain.) (14 Meh 1922)

...words, "To a covenant or condition against assigning, underletting, parting with the possession, or disposing of the land leased; or" in Sub-clause (i) of Subsection (6) of Section fourteen of the Conveyancing Act, 1881, are hereby repealed. This Sub-section only applies where the breach occurs after the commencement of this Act.

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 90. — (Power to discharge or modify restrictive covenants affecting land.) (14 Meh 1922)

Mr Leslie Scott: I am told that the concession I have already made, down to ninety years, is as far as it is safe to go, for reasons that are known to those who, are concerned with conveyancing matters. I am afraid I must resist a reduction beyond the figure of ninety, though I have a good deal of sympathy with the hon. Member's proposal.

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 107. — (Construction of deeds and other instruments and presumption of survivorship.) (14 Meh 1922)

...earlier years. The matter was raised in Committee, and I think the Solicitor-General then said that, probably, the work would not be done by the Lord Chancellor at all, but settled by some eminent conveyancing counsel in chambers. That gives added point to any criticism we have to make, because we might be able to criticise the Lord Chancellor, but we do not know whom to criticise when the...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 121. — (Power of advancement.) (14 Meh 1922)

Mr Leslie Scott: This is a very valuable Clause, and it is one that experience has proved to be most necessary. I cannot help feeling a little disinclined to again quote the conveyancer of Lincoln's Inn, whose experience in this matter is so invaluable, because it necessarily involves the inference that the hon. and learned Member who has moved the Amendment is not familiar with the existing practice. We in...

Orders of the Day — Third Schedule.: Provisions as to Undivided Shares. (14 Meh 1922)

...and profits until sale shall be held upon the trusts which would have been requisite for giving effect to the beneficial interests if there had been an actual severance. Section sixty-seven of the Conveyancing Act, 1881, shall apply to any such notice.

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, Etc.]. (29 Mai 1922)

...estate, to abolish copyhold and other special tenures, to amend the Law relating to commonable lands and of intestacy, and to amend the Wills Act, 1837, the Settled Land Acts, 1882 to 1890, the Conveyancing Acts, 1881 to 1911, the Trustee Act, 1893, and the Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897, it is expedient that— (a) Any receipt of moneys secured by a mortgage which by virtue of the said...

LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, etc.]. (25 Mai 1922)

...estate, to abolish copyhold and other special tenures, to amend the Law relating to commonable lands and of intestacy, and to amend the Wills Act, 1837, the Settled Land Acts, 1882 to 1890, the Conveyancing Acts, 1881 to 1911, the Trustee Act, 1893, and the Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897, it is expedient that, (a) Any receipt of moneys secured by a mortgage which by virtue of the said...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords], (15 Mai 1922)

Mr Leslie Scott: .... I believe this is the biggest Bill ever introduced into Parliament, and its very bulk appals. But there are two considerations for the encouragement of hon. Members. With the exception of the Conveyancing Act of 1911, there has been no legislation whatever on the main subject-matter of the Bill since the Settled Land Act of 1890, 32 years ago, and, apart altogether from the great reforms...

Clause 1. — (Alteration of Method of Preparing Jurors' Book.) ( 9 Mai 1922)

Mr Augustine Hailwood: ...to point out how comprehensive is that list of exemptions. It comprises Peers, Members of Parliament, magistrates, officers of His Majesty's household, barristers at law, sergeants, certificated conveyancers and special pleaders, attorneys, solicitors, and proctors, and their managing clerks, and notaries public, officers of the Courts of law and equity, and of the Admiralty and...

Message from the Lords. (30 Maw 1922)

...Estate; to abolish copyhold and other special tenures; to amend the Law relating to commonable lands and of intestacy; and to amend The Wills Act, 1837, the Settled Land Acts, 1882 to 1890, the Conveyancing Acts, 1881 to 1911, The Trustee Act, 1893, and the Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897." [Law of Property Bill [Lords.]

Message from the Lords. ( 1 Meh 1921)

...estate, to abolish copyhold and other special tenures, to amend the law relating to commonable lands and of intestacy, and to amend the Wills Act, 1837, the Settled Lands Acts, 1882 to 1890, the Conveyancing Acts, 1881 to 1911, the Trustee Act, 1893, and the Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and 1897." [Law of Property Bill [Lords].

Bills Presented.: Conveyancing (Scotland) Amendment Bill, ( 2 Rha 1920)

Conveyancing (Scotland) Amendment Bill,

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: New Clause. — (Power to Enforce Proper Cultivation.) (23 Tach 1920)

The Minister may by an Order made under this provision apply for the purposes of the Order, with such modifications as he thinks fit, any of the provisions of Section twenty-four of the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, 1881, which relates to the powers, remuneration and duties of receivers appointed by mortgagees, and authorise the receiver to exercise such other powers vested in the...


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