The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 1
The Opinion of Mr. Brodie
The Opinion of Mr. Brodie.
|1st.||It will be sufficient in every subsequent Deed to refer to the original Deed; and the Trustees will hold the Estates comprised in each subsequent Deed upon the Trusts of the original Deed.|
|2d.||Every subsequent Deed should be stamped only according to the number of words it contains. It will not require additional Stamps for the matter referred to.|
|3d.||The Deed referred to will be good Evidence of the Trusts referred to, in the subsequent Deed.|
|4th.||It does not appear to me to be necessary to make the Superintendant, or President for the time being, a party to any of the proposed Deeds.|
|5th.||Whenever it should be necessary to produce evidence of the Trusts referred to in the subsequent Deeds, the original Deed page 9 containing the Trusts referred to, or, in case of the loss of that Deed, an Office Copy of the Inrolment, must be produced.|
T. B. Brodie.Lincoln's-Inn Fields, March 1st, 1830.