L. Fr. In taking. A term applied to such incorporeal hereditaments as aparty entitled to them was to take for himself; such as common. 2 Steph. Comm. 23; 3 Bl. Comm. 15.In pretio emptionis et venditionis, natural iter licet contrabentibus se cir- cumvenire.In the price of buying and selling, it is naturally allowed to the contracting parties tooverreach each other. 1 Story, Cont. 606.

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