Modern usage has been defined as an area acquired by application of the staff regulations of 27 hens. VIII.; and which, if it may take effect under the rules of the common law, is called legal property; And if it is not authorized, a use is designated, with a term that describes its change. The common law judges, in interpreting the Statute, held that a use could not be levied on a use and that in the case of attachment to A and his heirs, for the use of B and his heirs, in trust for C and his heirs, the Statute made only the first use and that the second was a simple nullity. The judges further noted that the law only mentions persons who are seized for the use of others, but does not extend to a period of several years or other movable interests of which a sentence is not seized, but only possessed. The rigid literal interpretation of the Statute by the courts has reopened the doors of the registration courts. Civil law. The right to receive as much of the natural benefits of a cause as is necessary for daily subsistence; It differs from usufruct, which is a right not only to use, but to enjoy. The uses were just or economic interests on the land. In the primitive law, a man could neither dispose of his property in his will, nor religious houses could acquire it.

In order to circumvent certain common law rules, it has been the practice of subjugating persons other than those to whom the seizure or legal possession has been transferred, which has been done by the equitable jurisdiction of the Registrar. The Statute of Use was adopted in 1536 to remedy the abuses allegedly caused by this circumvention of the law. However, the statute has not achieved its objective. This failure of the status of usages gave rise to modern trust law. [1] USES, Estates. A trust rested on another, who was appointed tenant of the land or tenant of land, that he should sell the land in accordance with the intention of the use or the one whose use had been granted to him, and let him take the profits. Ploughed. 352; Gilb.

on uses, 1; Ferry. Tr. 150, 306; Cornwall on uses, 1 3; 1 fonb. Eq. 363; 2 Id. 7; Sanders on uses, 2; Co. Litt. 272, b; 1 co. 121; 2 Bl.

Com. 328; 2 bouv. Inst. n. 1885, ff. 2. To create a use, there must always be good consideration; However, once they have been collected, they can be passed on to a foreigner without compensation. Doctor. & Stu., compose chap. 22, 23; Steal. Ms. Conv.

87, n° 3. The uses have been attributed to the fidei commissum (s. v.) civil law; it was the duty of a Roman magistrate, the praetor Fidei Commissarius, whom Bacon called the respective chancellor in order to enforce this trust. Inst. 2, 23, 2. 4. Usages were introduced into England by the clergy during the reigns of Edward Ill or Richard II to circumvent the statutes of death; And the clerical chancellors of the time regarded them as fidei commissa and binding in conscience. In order to avoid many inconveniences and difficulties which had arisen from teaching and the introduction of usages, the law of 274 Henry VIII, ch. 10, commonly referred to as the law of use, or in transfers and pleadings the law for the transfer of uses in possession was enacted. It states that “if a person is seized of land, &c., for the use, trust or trust of another person or political society, the person or entity having the right to use in fee simple, fief, life or years or otherwise, shall henceforth be seized or seized of the land, &c., by and in a similar estate, how they trust or trust the use; and that the property of persons so seized for use shall be deemed to belong to the person or persons who have the use in the quality, manner, form and quality which they previously had at the time of use. The law therefore regulates the use; that is, it transfers possession to use and transfers use to possession; And in this way, the Cestui Que becomes the full owner of the land and tenements, both legally and fairly. 2 Bl. Com.

333; 1 Saund. 254, footnote 6. 5. Modern usage has been defined as an area acquired by application of the staff regulations of 27 hens. VIII., c. 10; and which, if it may take effect under the rules of the common law, is called legal property; And if it is not authorized, a use is designated, with a term that describes its change. Cornwall on uses, 6/35 The judges of the common law, in interpreting this law, have held that a use cannot be invoked for a use; dyer, 155 A; and that in response to a gift to A and his heirs, for the use of B and his heirs, in trust for C and his heirs, the law made only the first use and the second was a mere nullity. The judges further noted that the law only mentions persons who are seized for the use of others, but does not extend to a period of several years or other movable interests of which a sentence is not seized, but only possessed. Ferry. Tr. 336; Poph.

76; Färber, 369; 2 Bl. Com. 336; The rigid literal interpretation of the Statute by the courts has reopened the doors of the registration courts. 1 crazy. Cap. 448, 450. The Court of Chancery finally took over the task of enforcing customs. He later decided that not only the consciousness of the Feoffee was related to usage, but also the consciousness of his heir.

Thus, in the event of Feoffee`s death, the use could be invoked against Feoffee`s heir, to whom the reduction in the lawyer`s fees had fallen. As a lord at the top of the feudal pyramid, the king suffered the most from the use of customs and the circumvention of aspirations to rent. The Statute of Use (1536) was the culmination of several attempts by Henry VIII to solve the problem. The law has been used to achieve use, so that the interest in the use of the use, which was previously a reasonable interest, has been transformed into a legal interest. [2] The idea of a link of consciousness has gradually expanded, and with it the field of applicability of use. The modern position was reached at the beginning of the sixteenth century: the use could be imposed on anyone in the world who acquired an interest in the land, except a bona fide buyer of the legal domain for consideration, without announcing the use. In a transfer “to A and his heirs for the use of B and his heirs,” the common law took note only of A and went no further. But if A tried not to act according to the dictates of his conscience, the Court of Chancery would apply custom against him. Anglo-French, from Latin legalis, from leg-, lex law licite, legal, legitimate, legal, legal, legal, legal, legal means to conform to the law. Licite may apply to conformity with laws of any kind (e.g., natural, divine, general, or canonical). The legal sovereign right applies to what is sanctioned by law or in accordance with the law, especially if it is written or administered by the courts. Legal residents of the state may legitimately refer to a legal right or status, but also, in the case of extensive use, to a right or status supported by tradition, custom or accepted norms.

A perfectly legitimate question about tax legality concerns strict compliance with legal provisions and applies in particular to what is regulated by law. The legal use of drugs by doctors This use received the benefits of ownership, although ownership of this land was with another person. This theory is no longer part of the American legal system; However, modern trust law has developed from the right of use. From that moment on, two different types of interests could coexist in the country, a fragmentation between legal and useful. The usages were borrowed from the fidei commissum of civil law; it was the duty of a Roman magistrate, the praetor Fidei Commissarius, whom Bacon called the respective chancellor in order to enforce this trust. Being usually busy in some way. In real estate law, the right of an individual (called cestui que use) to derive profits from a particular property belonging to another person. To create a use, there must always be good consideration; However, once they have been collected, they can be passed on to a foreigner without compensation. A trust rested on another, who was appointed tenant of the land or tenant of land, that he should sell the land in accordance with the intention of the use or the one whose use had been granted to him, and let him take the profits. Usages were introduced in England by the clergy during the reigns of Edward Ill or Richard II to circumvent the statutes of mortmain; And the clerical chancellors of the time regarded them as fidei commissa and binding in conscience. In order to avoid many of the inconveniences and difficulties that had arisen from teaching and the introduction of uses, the Law on Use or, in transfers and pleadings, the Law on the Transfer of Uses in Possession was promulgated.

It provides that “if a person is seized on land, etc., for the use, trust or confidence of another person or entity, the person or entity entitled to use fee simple, fee tail, life or years or otherwise shall henceforth be seized and seized or possessed, etc. by and in the same estate, how they have in use, trust or trust; and that the property of persons so seized for use shall be deemed to belong to the person or persons who have the use in the quality, manner, form and quality which they previously had at the time of use. The law therefore regulates the use; that is, it transfers possession to use and transfers use to possession; And in this way, the Cestui Que becomes the full owner of the land and tenements, both legally and fairly. From the beginning, legislation intervened in uses when they were used for purposes deemed inadmissible. During the 14th and 15th centuries, laws were passed to prevent the creation of uses aimed at deceiving creditors. One of the reasons for the creation of usages was the desire to avoid the rigour of certain common law rules that the seismin considered extremely important.