808 INHERITANCE—DESCENTS. [ART. 46.
55. Bond to the State for the whole
unpaid purchase money , bond
to be lien on the land
56. Failure of purchaser to comply ;
57. Curtesy and life estate of sur-
58. Sale free of such curtesy and life
59. Allowance to such tenant by the
curtesy or for life.
60. Where such estate is acquired
after return, but before sale,
return shall be altered accord-
61. Life tenant under deed or devise;
same proceedings to be hod
62. Widow's dower to be laid off.
63 Consent of widow to sale ; allow-
ance out of proceeds
64. Compensation to commissioners,
65. Deed to the party electing upon
payment of valuation.
66. Deed to the purchaser.
67. Deed to assignee or representative
68. Vacancies amongst commissioners,
how to be filled.
69 Court may order deed to be made
70 Proceedings not to be set aside for
matter of form.
P. G. L, (1860,) art. 47, sec. 1. 1786, ch. 45. 1820, ch. 191, sec. 1.
1. If any person seized of an estate in lands, tenements, or
hereditaments, lying in this State, in fee simple, or fee simple
conditional, or of an estate in fee tail general, shall die intestate
thereof, such lands, tenements or hereditaments shall descend in
fee simple to the kindred, male and female, of such person, in the
following order, to wit:
Mason v. Johnson, 47 Md. 356.
Ibid sec. 2. 1820, ch. 191, sec. 1.
2. To the child or children and their descendants, if any,
Ibid. sec. 8. 1820, ch. 191, sec. 1.
3. If no child of descendant, and the estate descended to the
intestate on the part of the father, then to the father.
Ibid. sec. 4. 1820, ch. 191, sec. 1.
4. If no father living, then to the brothers and sisters of the
intestate of the blood of the father, and their descendants, equally.
Ibid. sec. 5. 1820, ch. 191, sec. 1.
5. If no brother or sister as aforesaid, or descendant from such
brother or sister, then to the grandfather, on the part of the