Obligation Bond: Mary Parrat and Richard Parrat.

By: 18th Century Obligation Bond on paper.

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18th Century Obligation Bond. 12.5" x 8.0". Folded bi-folio. English and Latin text on one side only. With two vertical folds and one horizontal fold (resulting in one small hole). The first part is in Latin and begins: 'Noverint universi per presentes...' The second part is in English with signatures and seal at the bottom of the page. Names identified include Mary Parrat of Broadwater, Sussex (obligee); Richard Parrat (obligor). The Latin section ends with the date 1717. Other signatories include: Richard Wed; Tho. Emery; and Thomas Backshall ** N.B. : The 'obligation'. In the obligation, the names of the parties are given, the obligor states that he is bound to the obligee, the penal sum is given, and the date. This part of a bond was in Latin until 1733, except during the Commonwealth period in the mid-seventeenth century when it was in English The 'condition'. This part of a bond gives the details of what the obligor is promising to do. At the end, a clause states that if he does what he promises, the bond will become null and void. If he does not, then it will remain in force and he becomes liable to pay the penal sum. This part of a bond was normally in English, even in the medieval period.

Title: Obligation Bond: Mary Parrat and Richard Parrat.

Author Name: 18th Century Obligation Bond on paper.

Categories: 18TH CENTURY,

Publisher: 1717. 0:

ISBN Number: 0

Seller ID: 45415

Keywords: 46904 Mary Parrat of Broadwater, Sussex (obligee); Richard Parrat (obligor) Richard Wed; Tho. Emery; and Thomas Backshall DOCUMENTS::18TH CENTURY,