Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas and in the Exchequer Chamber: From 1856 ... [to 1865], 9. köide

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T. & J.W. Johnson & Company, 1862
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Page 447 - plaintiff for work done by the plaintiff for the defendant at his request, and for money received by the defendant to the use of the plaintiff, and for money found to be due from the defendant to the plaintiff upon accounts stated between them. First plea,—as to the first count, except so far as the same related to the sum of
Page 339 - A tradesman's advertisement or handbill is open to fair criticism and remark, like a book or a work of art. THIS was an action for a libel. The first count of the declaration stated, that, before and at the time of the committing of the several grievances thereinafter mentioned, the
Page 305 - and such justices, upon hearing and finally determining the matter of such appeal, shall and may, according to their discretion, award such costs to the party appealing or appealed against as they shall think proper; and their determination in or concerning the premises shall be conclusive and binding on all parties to all intents and purposes whatsoever.
Page 737 - 418 (ECLR vol. 69). The same rule applies to contract. [WiLLES, J.—There is a distinction between the performance being illegal and impossible. In Paradine v. Jane, Aleyn 26, it was resolved, that " where the law *creates a duty or charge, and the party is
Page 273 - The London and North Western Railway Company, 3 Ellis & B. 443 (EC LR vol. 77.) Under the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, 8 & 9 Viet. c. 18, s. 68, the jury determine the amount of injury done to the land, but do not interfere with the title. So, as to rights
Page 117 - my executors, administrators, and assigns, should at any time agree with, and no others, from time to time, and at all times thereafter during the term therein expressed, should and lawfully might make, use, exercise, and vend within the United Kingdom of Great Britain
Page 725 - per annum, commencing from the time and redeemable as hereinafter mentioned: Now, the condition of the above-written obligation is such, that, if the said mayor and commonalty and citizens, or their successors, do and shall, according to the true intent and meaning of the said act of parliament, out of the
Page 543 - &c., to be executed in due form of law; by virtue of which said writ the plaintiff, being found within the said liberties of the said city of London, was arrested by the said serjeant-at-mace, &c., and taken by his body, and then, by virtue of
Page 57 - The cause was tried before Jervis, CJ, at the sittings at Westminster after Hilary Term, 1856, when a verdict was found for the defendants, leave being reserved to the plaintiff to move to enter a verdict for him for the amount of the bills and interest, if the court should be of opinion that the defendants were under the circumstances liable as partners,
Page 227 - of his interest in the said lands and hereditaments, and for damage sustained and which may be sustained by him by reason of the execution of the works of the said railway, or the exercise by the said company of the powers of the said act:"— Held,

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