If it be under hand only, it is called parol, and does not bind the heir; but if it be under seal, the heir is bound, if named. (Barber v. Fox, 2 Saund. 136; Platt on Covenants, 448.) An action upon a contract under hand only must be brought withinanbsp;...
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