"The debates on the motion are currently ongoing and the House is in seisin
(possession) of the confidence motion.
have been required if "livery of seisin
or transfer of
nature of livery of seisin
had nothing to do with the actual substance
(54) Ames and Maitland had a lengthy exchange of letters about Ames's article The Disseisin of Chattels, which was stimulated by Maitland's article The Seisin
of Chattels, (55) These technical doctrines of early English common law are not particularly thrilling to most American legal historians today, but they were for the leading American and English legal historians of the late nineteenth century.
who acquired a seisin
of liberty could appeal to the king's court,
Cette operation de transfert de saisine (livery of seisin
) pouvait s'operer par differents gestes rituels, notamment la delivrance d'une pincee de terre, mais aussi per anulum, par la remise d'un anneau.
Something similar might be said about the concept of "seisin
," so important in the medieval development of property law.
The use originated as a tax planning device, designed to avoid the tax imposed by kings who required payment for "livery of seisin
," upon transfer of a deceased noble's estate and title, by vesting title in perpetuity in trustees for the use and benefit of heirs.
"in relation to land to land that the use simply could not be fitted into the common law scheme of things, for the doctrine of states and the doctrine of seisin
left no place for the separation ofbeneficial enjoyment from legal title (138)".
En concreto, cuando moria alguno de los tenants in capite del rey (caballeros nombrados por el rey y sometidos directamente al rey), el heredero estaba obligado a pagar la llamada <<primera toma de posesion>> (primer seisin
Gerrish, the court apparently enforced a lease for life as being no different from a life estate because seisin
"--the sort of act that might be expected in the physical