The Railway Clauses, Companies' Clauses, and Lands' Clauses Consolidation Acts: With Notes. Together with an Appendix, Treating of the Formation of a Railway Company, the Mode of Passing a Bill Through Parliament, &c. and an Addenda of Statutes and Forms
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Page xc - paid in manner herein-after mentioned ; (that is to say,) into the Bank of England, in the name and with the privity of the accountant general of the Court of Chancery in England, if the work or undertaking in respect of which the sum of money is required to be
Page 17 - may be,~\ into the Bank of England [or Bank of Ireland], in the name and with the privity of the Accountant-general of the Court of Chancery, ex parte " The promoters of the undertaking" [naming them] [or to AB of and CD of two trustees appointed to receive
Page xvii - pending in Parliament, intituled, An Act for consolidating in one Act certain provisions usually inserted in acts authorizing the taking of lands for undertakings of a public nature, and which is intended to be called "The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845:" May it therefore please your Majesty that
Page 3 - arising from such sales to the purposes of the special act; and in default thereof all such superfluous lands remaining unsold at the expiration of such period shall thereupon vest in and become the property of the owners of the lands adjoining thereto, in proportion to the extent of their lands respectively adjoining the same.
Page 13 - the reign of her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled " An Act for consolidating in one act certain provisions usually inserted in acts with respect to the constitution of Companies incorporated for carrying on undertakings of a public nature," and also by virtue of a certain
Page lxxv - the Common Seal of the said Company, the day of in the year 18 . [Signature of Secretary.] (L. s.) SCHEDULE (K.)—See $ 53. TRANSFER OF SHARES. I AB of in consideration of the sum of paid to me by CD of numbered in the undertaking called the
Page 129 - peace acting for the county, city, borough, liberty, cinque port, or other place where the matter requiring the cognizance of any such Justice shall arise, and who shall not be interested in the matter; and where any matter shall be authorized or required to be done by two Justices the expression " two Justices"
Page 18 - as agreed upon,'] portions, henceforth, on the [stating the days], clear of all taxes and deductions. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal, the day of in the year of our Lord SCHEDULE (C.) Form of Conviction. to wit BE it remembered, that on the day
Page cxviii - XI. And whereas by an act passed in the second year of the reign of her Majesty, intituled, "An Act to provide for the Conveyance of the Mails by Railways, " provision was made for the transmission of the mails by railway, and it is expedient that
Page 153 - such motion such court may order execution to issue accordingly ; and for the purpose of ascertaining the names of the shareholders, and the amount of capital remaining to be paid upon their respective shares, it shall be lawful for any person entitled to any such execution, at all reasonable times, to inspect the register of shareholders without