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" Any person of twenty one years of age, being a citizen of this or any of the United States, having an estate, the principal of which shall be set at... "
A Summary of the Laws of Massachusetts, Relative to the Settlement, Support ... - Página 31
por Jonathan Leavitt - 1810 - 64 páginas
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A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts

Massachusetts, William Charles White - 1810
...age, being a citizen of this or any of the United States, having an estate of inheritance or freehold in the town or district where he dwells and has his home, of the clear yearly income of three pounds, and taking the rents and profits thereof three years successively,...
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The Town Officer's Guide, Containing a Compilation of the General Laws of ...

John Bacon - 1825 - 396 páginas
...age, being a citizen of this or any of the United Suites, having an estate of inheritance or freehold in the town or district where he dwells and has his home, of the clear yearly income of three poundt, and taking the renis and profit* thereof three years successively;...
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Documents

Massachusetts. General Court. Senate - 1835
...one years of age, being a citizen of this, or any of the United States, having an estate or freehold in the town or district where he dwells and has his home, of the clear yearly income of three pounds, and taking the rents and profits three years successively,...
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The Town Officer: A Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts in Relation to the ...

Benjamin Franklin Thomas - 1849 - 390 páginas
...for the same, to state, county, or town taxes, for the space of five years successively, in the town where he dwells and has his home, shall thereby gain a settlement therein. RS ch. 45, § 1. 22. It is not essential that the taxes assessed on such estate be paid. 15 Mass. 160....
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Thomas' Town Officer: A Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts in Relation to ...

Massachusetts, Dwight Foster, James E. Estabrook - 1856 - 486 páginas
...for the same, to state, county, or town taxes, for the space ef five years successively, in the town where he dwells and has his home, shall thereby gain a settlement therein. BS c. 45, § 1. 29. It is not essential that the taxes assessed on such estate be paid. 15 Mass. 160....
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The Revised Statutes of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations ...

Samuel Ames - 1857 - 804 páginas
...in the state and town taxes, and actually paying the same for five years successively, in the town where he dwells and has his home, shall thereby gain a settlement therein. SEC. 2. Every legal settlement, when gained, shall continue until lost or defeated by gaining a new...
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The General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Massachusetts, Joel Parker, William Adams Richardson, Andrew Augustus Richmond, George P. Sanger - 1860 - 1126 páginas
...assessed for the same, to state, county, city, or town taxes, for five years successively in the place ce during its pleasure. SECT. 390 assessor, constable, or collector of taxes, in any place, shall thereby gain town offices. . a...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the ...

1864
...of which shall be set at sixty pounds, &c. in the valuation of estates made by assessors, and being assessed for the same, to State, county, town or district...his home, shall thereby gain a settlement therein." It is sufficient if the five years of residence include the five assessments, without being entirely...
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Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Volumen65

1864
...for the same, to state, county or town taxes, for the space of five years successively, in the town where he dwells and has his home, shall thereby gain a settlement therein." The question now before us is, whether such person, having an estate at will only, set at such sum...
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Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volúmenes10-11

1864
...age, being a citizen of this or any of the United Slates, having an estate of inheritance or freehold in the town or district where he dwells and (has his home, of the clear yearly income of three pounds, and taking the rents and profits thereof three years successively,...
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