The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of Lords, Courts of Session, Teinds, and Exchequer, and the Jury and Justiciary Courts, 26. köide

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Page 202 - Defenders as a miner in said pit, was killed by an explosion of firedamp through the fault of the Defenders, to the loss, injury, and damage of the Pursuer...
Page 197 - That any Summons or Notice, or any Writ or other Proceeding at Law or in...
Page 24 - The general rule is that a party who has an interest in the subject-matter of the suit cannot file a 'bill of interpleader,
Page 210 - ... if any person shall, after the passing of this act, by night, unlawfully take or destroy any game or rabbits in any land, whether open or inclosed, or shall by night unlawfully enter or be in any land, whelher open or inclosed, with any gun, net, engine, or other instrument, for the purpose of taking or destroying game...
Page 244 - Half of such Assessment shall be imposed upon the Owners, and the other Half upon the Tenants or Occupants of all Lands and Heritages within the Parish or Combination rateably according to the annual Value of such Lands and Heritages...
Page 32 - Finds the pursuer liable in expenses ; allows an account thereof to be given in, and remits the same when lodged to the Auditor to tax and report.
Page 254 - ... of such mines or minerals, and at his own expense ; and if such repair or removal be not forthwith done, or if the company shall so...
Page 254 - If, before the expiration of such thirty days, the company do not state their willingness to treat with such owner, lessee, or occupier for the payment of such compensation, it shall be lawful for him to work the said mines...
Page 254 - ... to cause such mines to be inspected by any person appointed by them for the purpose ; and if it appear to the company that the working of such mines or minerals is likely to damage the works of the railway...
Page 177 - A., within a tolbooth or other warding place, therein to remain until he fulfil the said charge, and, if necessary for that purpose, to open shut and lockfast places ; and to grant warrant also to the magistrates and keepers of prisons to receive and detain therein the said A.

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