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common law of Kent, or, The customs of gavelkind

Robinson, Thomas

common law of Kent, or, The customs of gavelkind

with an appendix concerning borough-English

by Robinson, Thomas

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Published by Printed by His Majesty"s law printers, for P. Uriel ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gavelkind -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Borough-English (Law)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCommon law of Kent, Customs of gavelkind, Gavelkind
    Statementby Thomas Robinson ...
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    ContributionsJoseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD836.G3 R63 1788
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 300, [16] p. ;
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6627615M
    LC Control Number20015918


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Full text of "The common law of Kent, or, The customs of gavelkind: with an appendix concerning borough-English". The Customs of Gavelkind Tenure in Kent, and some Reflections on Proposed Legislation By W. Mandy, B.A., Solicitor As it is understood that there will be an attempt to abolish, in the forthcoming session of Parliament, by means of legislation, one of the distinctive customs of gavelkind tenure, a few words on the subject may be useful.

File Size: 79KB. The common law of Kent, or, The customs of gavelkind: with The customs of gavelkind book decisions concerning borough-English / by Thomas Robinson. By Thomas Robinson. Abstract. A new ed., with a selection of precedents of feoffments by infant heirs in gavelkind, etc. / by J.D.p. Topics: Gavelkind Author: Thomas Robinson.

The county-wide Custumal of Kent, written in Anglo-French, codified the unique system of gavelkind in Kent that existed for centuries before its enactment The customs of gavelkind book The Custumal of Kent has been regularly copied by scribes, who introduced errors and inserted glosses, [8] and printed by Richard Tottel in and by William Lambarde in Gavelkind, an example of customary law in England, was thought to have existed or the Norman Conquest ofbut generally was superseded by the feudal law of primogeniture.

Its survival (until as late as ) in one part of the country, is regarded as a. A History Of Gavelkind: And Other Remarkable Customs In The County Of Kent () [Charles Sandys] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. The latter of these, the focage tenure of gavelkind, prevails in general over this county, to which, within the bounds of it, there are certain special customs inherent, called antiently Consuetudines Kantiæ, being the common law of Kent.

In the introduction, Gifford notes that “part of the unwritten, or common law of England, are particular customs, or laws which affect only the inhabitants of particular districts.” 2 And for this he cites two examples that, quite frankly, took me a bit by surprise. One was the custom of gavelkind and the other the custom of borough-english.

The common law of every country is made up in great measure of customs which have come to be universally recognized and adopted, of which the courts take judicial notice, and by which they adjudicate the rights and liabilities of individuals.

But besides these customs which constitute a part of the general law of the state, special customs also prevail, some of which are confined to particular.

Page - I think it very probable that questions may arise upon the subject ; you find it generally laid down, that all lands in Kent are gavelkind, and that, therefore, no great inconvenience arises ; it must be very clearly proved they are not gavelkind, and it is said such proofs cannot be given.

I bought an estate the other day, where it was perfectly clear it was not gavelkind. Chapters from The Agrarian History of England and Wales, volumes IV and V part II, now appear for the first time in five paperback volumes, designed primarily for a student readership.

Dealing respectively with pieces, wages, profits and rents; estate management and the condition of the farm labourer; agricultural techniques and enclosure; marketing; and rural building, these studies bring.

The title was: The Common Law of Kent, or the Customs of Gavelkind, with an appendix concerning Borough English; by Thomas Robinson of Lincoln's Inn, Esq, 2. As to General Customs, or the common law properly so called, this is that law by which proceedings and determinations in the courts of justice are principally guided and directed; this for the most part settles the course in which lands descend by inheritance, the manner and form of acquiring and transferring property, the solemnities and.

Similar Items. A treatise of gavelkind both name and thing shewing the true etymologie and derivation of the one, the nature, antiquity, and original of the other: with sundry emergent observations both pleasant and profitable to be known of Kentish-men and others, especially such as are studious, either of the ancient custome, or the common law of this kingdome / by: Somner, William, Literary usage of Custumal.

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature: 1. The Common Law of Kent: Or, The Customs of Gavelkind. Historic Study of Gavelkind Somner, William A Treatise of Gavelkind, Both Name and Thing.

Shewing the True Etymologie and Derivation of the One, the Nature, Antiquity, and Original of the Other. With Sundry Emergent Observations, Both Pleasant and Profitable to be Known of Kenting-Men and Others, Especially Such as Are Studious, Either of the Ancient Custome, Or the Common Law of Author: William Somner.

Robinson was author of ‘The Common Law of Kent, or the Customs of Gavelkind; with an appendix concerning Borough English,’ London,8vo—a work which concentrates much antiquarian learning in very small compass, and may almost rank as authoritative.

Law Books. Property of LA Law Library, Part Two. --ROBINSON (THOMAS) The Common Law of Kent, or the Customs of Gavelkind. With an Appendix Concerning Borough-English, SOMNER (WILLIAM) A Treatise on Gavelkind, second edition, contemporary panelled calf.

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Historic Study of Gavelkind Somner, William A Treatise of Gavelkind, Both Name and Thing. Shewing the True Etymologie and Derivation of the One, The Nature, Antiquity, And Original of the Other.

With Sundry Emergent Observations, Both Pleasant and Profitable to be Known of Kentish-Men and Others, Especially Such as Are Studious, Either of the Ancient Custome, Or the Common Law of Author: William Somner.

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with an Appendix Concerning Borough English: ISBN (. Gavelkind was a system of land tenure associated chiefly with the county of Kent, but also found in Ireland and Wales and some other parts of England.

Its inheritance pattern is a system of partible inheritance, which bears resemblance to Salic patrimony: as such, it might testify in favour of a wider, probably ancient Germanic tradition.

Under this law, land was divided equally among sons or. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored.

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9 / Was Joseph Smith a. In the introduction, Gifford notes that “part of the unwritten, or common law of England, are particular customs, or laws which affect only the inhabitants of particular districts.” 4 And for this he cites two examples that, quite frankly, took me a bit by surprise.

One was the custom of gavelkind and the other the custom of borough-english. Thus, inby extra-judicial resolution, the customs of tanistry and gavelkind were, in the words of Sir John Davies, Solicitor-General (later Attorney-General) for Ireland, `adjudged to be utterly void in law', with the result that they were to `be shortly avoided and extinguished either by surrender or resumption of all the lands so holden.'.' (73) The voided Gaelic tenures were then.

The term common law, as used in the senseof the law common to all of England, included by equity jurisprudence • ~, J and procedure. By this time equity was unquestionably a part of the municipal law of England, and it would have been.

egregiously defective otherwise. Equity along with the rest of the common law came to Virginia. The common law of Kent, or, The pdf of gavelkind: Robinson, Thomas: A compendious view of the civil law, and of the law of the admiralty: Browne, Arthur: A compendium of the law of evidence: Peake, Thomas: The compleat arbitrator; or, The law of awards: Bacon, Matthew: GAVELKIND.

Given to all the kindred, or the hold or tenure of download pdf family, not the kind of tenure. Eng. law. A tenure or custom annexed or belonging to land in Kent, by which the lands of the father are equally divided among all his sons, or the land of the brother among all his brothers, if .Queen Anne's ebook.

Inin the reign of Queen Anne, a law was enacted (2 Ebook c6 (Ir)) by the English parliament, which is commonly known as the Gavelkind Act. This law made sectarian affiliation a primary determinant of the inheritance of land.

When a Catholic died, his estate would normally be divided equally among his sons. However, if.