The several modes or instruments of conveyance established or authorized by the law of England. Called “common” because thereby every man’s estate is assured to him. 2 Bl. Comm. 294. The legal evidences of the translation of property, whereby every person’s estate is assured to him, and all controversies, doubts, and difficulties are either prevented or removed. Wharton.

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