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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 Excerpt: ... bond instead of the mortgage; and it provides that the mortgage should be kept on foot, in order to secure the performance of it; but it nowise contracts to charge or to sink the 20,000/.; in truth it contains no allusion to that subject. I think, therefore, that it was not dishonest in Mr. Samuel Goodin Barrett afterwards to insist upon and deal with the 20,000/. charge, which he had not, by these letters, according to the construction I put upon them, either agreed to relinquish or induced the executors of Clarke to believe that he had'relinquished. All that can be said is, that he did not volunteer a statement to the effect that such a charge was subsisting in priority to their security, and that if he assigned his interest in it, it would probably deprive them of any benefit in the estate. The cases cited, particularly Forbes v. Moffatt, 18 Vesey, 384, and The Earl of Clarendon v. Barham, 1 Y. & Coll. C. C. 688, are authorities for the view I have taken of this case. The next question to which my attention has been directed is, whether Samuel Goodin Barrett, or the plaintiffs who are claiming under him, are entitled to treat the assignment of the 11,555/. arrears of the jointure, and interest of the 6,000/. as a security for more than the 2,000/., which was paid as the consideration for it. This question, stripped of any considerations arising from the letters of the 19th of November, 1841, is simply this;--whether the owner of thereversion in fee of an estate subject to two charges, neither of which was created by himself, is entitled to buy in the former of those two charges, and insist upon it as available against the second charge, or whether the owner of the second charge is entitled to have an account of what was actually paid for the purpose...
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