- n. Plural form of heir.
“Should she die first without heirs, the property was secured to the _heirs and assignes of the said Thomas Nash_, a reversion certainly not fair to Joan Hart, the poet's sister, and her children.”
“I., a tenant in fee simple might grant lands to be holden by the grantee and his heirs _of the grantor and his heirs_, subject to feudal services and to escheat; and by such subinfeudation manors were created.”
“It may be further observed, that in the preamble to the Great Charter it is stipulated that the barons shall _hold_ the liberties there granted _to them and their heirs, from the king and his heirs_; which shows that the doctrine of an unalienable tenure was always uppermost in their minds.”
“Income consumed by heirs is taxed under the consumption tax.”
“And overall, in terms of experimental and repurposed film, the phenomenal, unparalleled work of the likes of Guy Sherwin, the old master, and Ben Russell and Ben Rivers, the heirs, is certainly more of an assault in both audio and visual terms.”
“Christians are often called heirs of God, Ro 8: 17;”
“Well, we shall see which of your heirs is worth a stag-florin.”
“That this indemnification was not in the testator's mind, cannot be proved from the will any more than it could be proved, in the first case above, that the testator did not know a fee simple would pass a will without the word heirs; nor than, in the second case, that the devise of a trust, that might continue forever, would convey a fee-simple without the like words.”
“In a devise to a roan and his heirs, the word heirs is used only to measare out the quantity of estate which the devisee is to take, and not a3 a word of purchase; for which reason if the devisee dies in tlie life of the devisor, his heirs shall not take.”
“In a charitable moment, you might believe that Ms. Pawel has in mind the UFW itself as Cesar's "heirs"---she could get away with that much at the figurative level.”
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