Eliott Trust Estate Act 1865

Publication Date:January 01, 1865
 
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Eliott Trust Estate Act 1865

(28 & 29 Vict.) c. 7

An Act for enabling the Testamentary Trustees of Sir William Francis Eliott of Stobs and Wells, Baronet, deceased, to sell the Trust Estates or Parts thereof for the Purpose of paying off or providing for the Payment of the Debts which affect or which may be made to affect the same; and for other Purposes in relation thereto.

[5th July 1865]

ANNO VICESIMO OCTAVO & VICESIMO NONO VICTORIA REGIME Cap. 7. An Act for enabling the Testamentary Trustees of Sir William Francis Eliott of Stobs and Wells, Baronet, deceased, to sell the Trust Estates or Parts thereof for the Purpose of paying off or providing for the Payment of the Debts which affect or which may be made to affect the same; and for other Purposes in relation thereto. [5th July 1865.] W HEREAS Sir William Francis Eliott of Stobs and Wells, Deed of En- Baronet, deceased, by Deed of Entail dated the Fourteenth ^J;^1 Day of October One thousand eight hundred and sixty- {H6ly ^ three, and registered in the Books of Council and Session the Twenty- roistered in ninth Day of September One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, J^^u did, upon the Narrative and for the Causes therein set forth, give, Sept. 1864. grant, and dispone to and in favour of William Francis Augustus Eliott (now Sir William Francis Augustus Elioff Baronet) his eldest Son, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to Alexander Boswell Eliott his Second Son, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to George Augustus Cuming Eliott his Grandson, the only Son of the deceased George Augustus Eli ti his Son, and the [Private.] p p Heir; 15 28 & 29 VICTGRLE, Cap.7. Eliott's Trust Estate Act, 1865. Heirs Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott, whom failing, to his the Entailers Brother German Gilbert Eliott, residing near Sydney in Australia, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to the Entailer's Brother German Daniel Eliott, formerly of the Honourable the East India Company's Civil Service, presently residing in England, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to the Entailer's Brother German George Augustus Eliott, Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to the Entailer's Brother German Russell Eliott, Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to the Entailer's Brother German Alexander Eliott, presently residing at Devonport, and the Heirs Male of his Body, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Alexander Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the Lands and others disponed by the said Deed of Entail, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Alexander Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said Alexander Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said Alexander Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said Alexander Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Russell Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Russell Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said Russell Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said Russell Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said Russell Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Eliott, the Entailer's Brother, last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Eliott, the Entailer's Brother, immediately preceding, who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Eliott, the Entailer's Brother, in their Order, infeft or 28" & 29u VICTORIA, Cap.?. Eliott'a Trust Estate AH, 1865. or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Eliott, the Entailer's Brother, in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said George Augustus Eliott, the Entailer's Brother, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said, Daniel Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Daniel Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said Daniel Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said Daniel Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said Daniel Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Gilbert Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Gilbert Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said Gilbert Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said Gilbert Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said Gilbert Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott last infeft or entitled as Heir Apparent to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said George Augustus Cuming Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said Alexander Boswell Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the 28 & 29 VICTORIA, Cap.l. ~Motfs Trust Estate Act, 1865. said Alexander Boswett Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said Alexander Boswell Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said Alexander Boswell Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said Alexander Boswell Eliott, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said William Francis Augustus Eliott last infeft or entitled as Apparent Heir to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the Heir Male of the Body of the said William Francis Augustus Eliott immediately preceding who was infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others, and so forth backwards to the Heirs whomsoever of the Bodies of the different Heirs Male of the Body of the said William Francis Augustus Eliott in their Order infeft or entitled as said is to have been infeft in the said Lands and others throughout the whole Heirs Male of the Body of the said William Francis Augustus Eliott in their Order backwards, whom failing, to the Heirs whomsoever of the Body of the said William Francis Augustus Eliott, whom all failing, to hia the said Sir William Francis Eliotfs (the Entailer's) nearest Heirs and Assignees whomsoever, the eldest Heir Female or Heir Portioner, and the Heirs of her Body, always excluding Heirs Portioners, and succeeding without Division through the whole Course of Succession, and under the express Declaration that the Right of Primogeniture should take place amongst the Female Heirs called by the above Destination in the same Manner as by Law is established amongst Male Heirs...

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