Particular estate

PARTICULAR ESTATE. An estate which is carved out of a larger and which precedes a remainder; as, an estate for years to A, remainder to B for life; or, an estate, for life to A, remainder to' B in tail: this precedent estate is called the particular estate. 2 Bl. Com. 165; 4 Kent, Com. 226; 16 Vin. Abr. 216; 4 Com. Dig. 32; 5 Com. Dig. 346.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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It belonged generally to those living on a particular estate and was used by them.
'This particular estate (land) was granted to the Nigerian army in 1979.
This particular estate is not just any estate, though, it is the E 350d 4MATIC All-Terrain, which means you can raise the chassis by 20mm in All-Terrain mode at speeds of up to 20mph.
tweed became popular with British men during the 1850s when Prince Albert influenced the beginning of the Estate Tweed movement - gents of the leisure class commissioned tweeds for their staff to wear, so they were recognised as belonging to a particular estate.
Assistance in will preparations, estate planning, representation of an executor or administrator for a particular estate, and proceedings that involves guardianship.
Kelly provides readers with an in-depth look at the turbulent history of this particular estate, as Logboy's owners and tenants struggle to respond to renewed poverty and its challenges.
"I am currently working with the Chief Constable and exploring options to make savings - looking at the way we do business, the cost of running particular estate, joint buying with other forces and a raft of other options.
When assessing wines from a particular estate I recommend trying to find wines that offer both value and growth potential through qualitative and quantitative analysis.
And as far as I can see, the police seem completely helpless to do anything about the situation on this particular estate.
The law as correctly described by the 1915 report authorizes the receiver to hire experts as needed for a particular estate, including from the staff of the insolvent insurer itself.
This meant a particular estate that had an abundance of heather on the moors would have bespoke tweed made with purple flecks, in order to blend into the surroundings and identify the tweed with the estate.