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" He should have a title which shall enable him, not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace, and, if he wishes to sell it, to be reasonably sure that no flaw or doubt will come up to disturb its marketable value. "
Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey - Page 17
by New Jersey. Court of Chancery - 1882
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Book 37

Law reports, digests, etc - 1912
...title to litigation. The purchaser is entitled to have a title that will enable him to hold his land in peace, and, if he wishes to sell it, to be reasonably sure that no flaw or doubt will arise to disturb its market value. And if there be doubt, it cannot be thrown upon the pur380 381 chaser...
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Equity: An Analysis and Discussion of Modern Equity Problems, with Notes on ...

George Luther Clark - Equity - 1920 - 793 pages
...apprehension); Green v. Ditsch (1897) 143 Mo. 1, 12, 44 SW 799: "He should have a title which would enable him, not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace,...doubt will come up to disturb its marketable value"; Mitchner v. Holmes (1893) 117 Mo. 185, 212, 22 SW 1070 (title held marketable); Luckett v. Williamson...
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The South Western Reporter, Volume 239

Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...heirs land in which his money is invested. He has the right to a title which would not only enable him to hold his land, but to hold it in peace, and if he wishes to sell to be reasonably sure that no flaw will disturb its market value." Rozior v. Graham, 146 Mo. 352, 361,...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 225

Law reports, digests, etc - 1924
...representatives, land upon which money was invested. He should have a title which shall enable him not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace;...will come up to disturb its marketable value." The differences here are plainly sufficient to affect the marketability of the title. Unless an agreement...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 225

Law reports, digests, etc - 1924
...invested. He should have a title which shall enable him not only to hold his land, but to hold it in pence; and if he wishes to sell it, to be reasonably sure that no flaw or donbt will come up to disturb its marketable value." The differences here are plainly sufficient to...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 15

Law - 1882
...world, and prevent an assault on the title. The purchaser should have a title which shall enable him not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace,...come up to disturb its marketable value. The court can not satisfactorily or conclusively settle in the absence of parties who are not before them in...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 22

Law reports, digests, etc - 1890
...representatives, land upon which money was invested. He should have a title which shall enable him, not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace,...doubt will come up to disturb its marketable value." If the plaintiff had been a purchaser at a judicial sale, and this had been a proceeding against him...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 141

Law reports, digests, etc - 1924
...reasonable security against loss or annoyance by litigation. He should have a title which will enable him not only to hold his land, but to hold It in peace,...wishes to sell It, to be reasonably sure that no flaw will come up to disturb its market value. He has a right at least to a marketable title having no defects...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 116

Law reports, digests, etc - 1917
...must be so far free from defects as to enable the holder, not only to retain the land, but possess it in peace, and, if he wishes to sell it, to be reasonably sure that no tiaw-er doubt will arise to disturb its market valued But a mere suspicion against the title or a speculative...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 51

Law reports, digests, etc - 1902
...title. The purchaser should have a title which shall enable him not only to hold his land, but to linld It in peace, and, If he wishes to sell It, to be reasonably sure that no flaź or doubt will come up to disturb its marketable vaJue. The court cannot satisfactorily or conclusively...
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