Charles Ward v Robert Hartpole: HL 1776

GH, a tenant for life in a marriage settlement, is thereby empowered to make leases for lives of lands in Ireland, at the best rent, without fine; and a power was also given, with the consent of trustees, to raise any sum of money. The trustees, in pursuance of the power, consent that G. H. should, by mortgaging all or any part of the lands, or in any other manner he should think fit, raise any sum of money not exceeding 5,000 l.

[1776] UKHL 3 – Bligh – 470, (1776) 3 Bligh 470


Updated: 13 January 2022; Ref: scu.561838