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SYNOPSIS OF CONTENTS.
18 Who may take acknowledgment of instruments executed to corporis-
19 Form and sufficiency of the certificate.
20 Conclusiveness of the certificate.
21 Proof by subscribing witness.
22 Acknowledgments by married women.
23 As to what constitutes—General principles.
24 As to what constitutes-Particular cases.
25 Necessity of actual occupancy.
26 Uncultivated lands held under conflicting patents-Sufficiency of
27 Extent of possession-Under deeds.
28 Proof of adverse possession-Sufficiency of.
29 Title by-Elements necessary.
30 Title by-As to necessity of good faith on the part of the claimant.
31 Title by-Good faith-Tacking possessions.
32 Title by-Payment of taxes-Time necessary..
33 Title by-Easements - Burial lots—Municipalities.
34 Color of title-As to what is—Necessity.
35 Adverse possession of highway.
36 Cotenants—Life tenants and remaindermen-Vendor and vendee.
37 Landlord and tenant-Parental and filial relations.
ASSIGNMENTS FOR CREDITORS.
47 Miscellaneous notes-Construction of statutes.
65-69 Recent construction of, and amendments and changes made in the
statutes of the several states and territories since the compilation
71 Construction of contracts.
72 Time as the essence of the contract.
73 Breach of land contract-Measure of damages.
74 Breach of land contract-Liquidated damages.
75 Fraud --Representations as to amount, quality or value.
76 Fraud-Statements of opinion or intention.
77 Innocent misrepresentations-Concealment of facts,
92 Power of the city to authorize the use of a street for a freight house.
tions-Burden of proof.
160 Quitclaim deeds-Bona fide purchaser-Prior equities.
161 Miscellaneous notes.
162–179 Form of deeds-Recent constructions of, and amendments made
in, the statutes of the several states and territories since the compil.
ations on this subject in Vol. I, $$ 57-105; Vol. II, SS 133-147; Vol.
III, SS 181-197; Vol. IV, SS 156-168.
180 Miscellaneous definitions.