Document ReferenceNe D 5161
TitleLegal case submitted for the opinion of Charles Butler concerning the propriety of an application being made to the legislature to obtain an act for remedying a defect in a settlement of an estate at Methwold, Norfolk, in order to facilitate its conveyance; 10 Feb. 1804
Date10 February 1804
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionSets out full details of the case in question; includes the opinion provided by Charles Jackson who believes that the success of an application to parliament would be 'highly probable' if both the Miss Jackson's are overage; suggests that the act should place the undivided three parts of the estate in the hands of trustees upon trust to sell; observes that there would be no need for an application to parliament if a purchaser could be found who would be satisfied with an indemnity
Termlegal business, opinion
estate business, conveyances, Methwold (Norfolk)
legal business, title, Methwold (Norfolk)
Conditiongenerally good

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA51920Butler; Charles (fl 1804); -; of Lincoln's Inn Londonfl 1804
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