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||Posted - 02 Jan 2016 : 19:04:46
I am, new to this forum and would like to send this to David Merrill.
I have been doing a lot of research in regard to Statutes, maybe being Trusts and that the name only records the 'product of conception' in the Birth Certificate.
I have been trying to find the origin of the Birth Certificate in England and what may have been occurring in the mind of those who devised such a Thing.
I wanted to ask Davis his opinion on the following book I found from the California School Law library: The Laws of England by William Cruise Esq. 1835. It contains subjects like: 1. Origin of Devises 2.Who may Devise 3. Unborn Infants 4. Aliens 5. Bastards 6. Estate in Fee Simple 7.Estates for Lives. Its hundreds of pages and there are 7 volumes. However, I cannot find a way to capture them all and I don't know what value this will bring. Can you help to focus the points?
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||Posted - 30 Aug 2016 : 18:07:12
you can find David at http://savingtosuitorsclub.net/cmps_index.php
||Posted - 02 Jan 2016 : 19:11:44
I forgot to give you the link: http://archive.org/details/digestoflawsofen01crui
This is in reference to the Topic I posted. I did not mean to refer to you as Esq. Typing error.