Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Victoria, 3. köide

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Sands and McDougall, 1867
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Page 78 - order of pro" tection be made the wife shall during the continuance " thereof be and be deemed to have been during such " desertion of her in the like position in all respects with " regard to property as she would be
Page 6 - such ships or vessels have had, and have been used and " accustomed to have, and of right have had, and still of "right ought to have, for themselves and their servants, " the liberty and privilege of loading and placing on the " deck of such ships or vessels a reasonable
Page 78 - tion which she may acquire or which may come to or " devolve upon her and such property may be disposed of " by her in all respects as a feme sole.
Page 96 - and maliciously commit any damage, injury or spoil, " to or upon any real or personal property whatsoever, " either of a public or private nature, for which no
Page 78 - of judicial separation the wife shall from the date of the " decree and whilst the separation continues be considered " as a feme sole with respect to property of every descrip
Page 46 - and that, subject to such servitude, the rights of the occupier continued to exist undiminished over the whole run. But in the view we take of the case, it is not necessary to decide this question.
Page 153 - such as may fairly and reasonably be supposed to have been in the contemplation of the parties at the time the contract was made, as the probable result of its breach.
Page 19 - the same force and effect, to all intents and purposes, "as if no such repeal had taken place
Page 89 - in the name of the company by any person acting under the express or implied authority of the company, the
Page 59 - shall be received in all courts of law and equity as " evidence of the particulars therein set forth, and of their " being entered in the register-book, and shall

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