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Lexicographically close words:
convexity; convey; conveyance; conveyancer; conveyances; conveyed; conveyer; conveyers; conveyeth; conveying
  1. Price, a prominent citizen of that place who was engaged, among other things, in the conveyancing of real estate.

  2. Acting under his advice, Warner was induced to come to Philadelphia in 1855 and join him, and to form subsequently a partnership in legal conveyancing with another young man who had been employed in Mr. Price's office.

  3. Of late years, also, there has been an enormous increase in the volume of conveyancing business in connexion with limited joint-stock companies.

  4. This acknowledgment and undertaking supply the place of the lengthy covenants to the like effect which were usual before the Conveyancing Act 1881.

  5. And a settlor generally conveys "as settlor," by which only a covenant for further assurance is implied under the Conveyancing Act 1881.

  6. Where it consists of money the statement of its payment is followed by an acknowledgment, in a parenthesis, of its receipt, which, in deeds executed since the Conveyancing Act 1881, dispenses with any endorsed or further receipt.

  7. The beneficial operation of the Conveyancing Act 1881 in shortening conveyances is well illustrated by a modern mortgage.

  8. The process by which this distinction was broken down and the present uniform system of private conveyancing by simple deed was established, constitutes a long chapter in English legal history.

  9. Any party who objects to the opinion given by any conveyancing counsel may have the point in dispute disposed of by the judge at chambers or in court.

  10. I have often felt anxious to know how far my conveyancing held water; but the thought of Lewin's skill has comforted me--and besides I have never heard a word about it now for half a century.

  11. The commonest conveyancing symbol for land in England was the formal delivery of turf or twig of the ground conveyed, made by a representative of the grantor, to a representative of the grantee.

  12. It's not a big practice--only a bit of good conveyancing now and then, and some family business.

  13. Rose[108] precedents of conveyancing were stolen from a barrister's chambers and printed against his will.

  14. They lead in court, and give opinions on cases submitted to them, but they do not accept conveyancing or pleading, nor do they admit pupils to their chambers.

  15. By an ordinance dealing with conveyancing he swept away a host of cumbrous English precedents relating to that great branch of law.

  16. Henceforth under the Land Transfer Law, Government officers did nearly all the conveyancing business of the Colony.

  17. But Conveyancing and he had made such a very indifferent marriage of it that they had separated by consent--if there can be said to be separation where there has never been coming together.

  18. Coy Conveyancing would not come to Mr. Grewgious.

  19. He had felt very doubtful of his own performances; Cook did not seem at first to be cordial, and possibly his attempts to 'form a style' upon the precedents of conveyancing were not altogether successful.

  20. It could not ultimately be settled by conveyancing subtleties about the interpretation of clauses in the Constitution, but by the strong hand and the most energetic faith.

  21. The Conveyancing Act of 1874 renders any clause in a disposition against sub-infeudation null and void.

  22. The Conveyancing Act of 1874 abolished casualties in all feus after that date, and power was given to redeem this burden on feus already existing.

  23. Meanwhile he not only picked up a knowledge of Norman French and law Latin, but, by borrowing books, acquired a deep insight into the principles of conveyancing and special pleading.

  24. He had hitherto practised conveyancing to a considerable extent; but he now turned over this business to Siderfin the reporter, whom he appointed to serve him in the capacity of "devil," as he himself had served Sir Jeffrey Palmer.

  25. Working partly for Mr Rogers and partly for Mr Bradley Dyne, Maitland saw a good deal of conveyancing business and in after years was wont to lay stress upon the value of this part of his education.

  26. Conveyancing is a fine art, full of delicate technicalities, and Maitland used to say that there could be no better introduction to the study of ancient diplomata than a few years spent in the chambers of a busy conveyancer.

  27. The unambitious labors of which the world knows nothing, the advice to clients, the drawing of contracts, the perplexities of conveyancing furnish still less of interest than ephemeral displays of the court-room.

  28. The conveyancing entries on the rolls do not prove the want of right on the part of the peasant holders.

  29. The 'full court' is noticed in the records as quite as necessary an element in the conveyancing business as the lord and his steward, although the legal theory of modern times has affected to take into account only these latter[821].

  30. The conveyancing entries, although barren and monotonous at first sight, are very important, in so far as they show, better perhaps than anything else, the part played by the community and by its testimony in the transmission of rights.

  31. The Court Baron is a court of free tenants entrusted with some of the conveyancing and the petty litigation between them, and also with the exercise of minor franchises.

  32. But the fiction of higher ownership was lurking behind all these contentions of the upper class quite as much as behind the conveyancing ceremonies of the manorial court.

  33. Many of the British colonies have legislated, as to the implication of covenants for title, on the lines of the English Conveyancing Act 1881; e.

  34. Conveyancing and the Arts In conveyancing the ultimately potent thing is not the deed but the invisible intention and desire of the parties to the deed; the written document itself is only evidence of this intention and desire.

  35. The total costs of conveyancing amount, roughly speaking, to between 1 and 2% on the purchase money, and are equally shared between vendor and purchaser.

  36. Since the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1874, there is, however, not much distinction between burgage tenure and free holding.

  37. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conveyancing" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    alienation; amortization; assignation; assignment; barter; cession; consignment; conveyance; deliverance; delivery; demise; disposal; disposition; exchange; giving; sale; settlement; succession; surrender; trading; transference; transmission; surrender; trading; transference; transmission