Date of Decision: 1803
Abstract: Case involves the question of whether the defendant must apply the rents from Staffold estate in the English county of Cumberland to extinguish a debt due from George Ross to Richard Lowthian, deceased husband to the defender and uncle to Ross.
Subjects: Husband and Wife, Burgage, Debt, Terce

Published Report

"Shaw's Digest." Bell and Lamond, Digests of Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland, 2: 837

Litigants

Pursuer:
Richard Lowthian, Esq., Held title to Staffold estate in England among other properties in England and Scotland. Died in 1784.
Defender:
Mrs. Sarah Aglianby, Wife of the deceased Richard Lowthian.

People or Organizations Associated with Case

Trustee/Tutor/Representative for Defender:
Sir Wilfred Lawson, Baronet, Executor in trust for deceased Defender
Agent:
Kenneth Mackenzie, W.S.
H. Corrie, W.S.
Named in case documents:
Lowthian Ross
George Ross, Nephew to Richard Lowthian, pursuer.
Thomas Bird, Nephew to Richard Lowthian, pursuer.

Organizations