William, Earl of Sutherland v Ross, Anderson, Et Alii: HL 25 Mar 1743

A vassal having incurred recognition by alienating part of his lands, and the superior, upon his subsequent forfeiture, having, in his exceptions taken before the Court of Session against the survey made by the trustees, founded his claim solely upon 1st Geo. I. c. 20, and obtained decree, it was found not competent for him thereafter to insist in a declarator of recognition on the ground of the alienation.

[1743] UKHL 1 – Paton – 351, (1743) 1 Paton 351

Land, Torts – Other

Updated: 08 January 2022; Ref: scu.556795