A Treatise on the Law of Bail in an Action at Common Law

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J. Butterworth and Son, 1824 - 239 pages

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Page 16 - State; or by any judge or justice therein respectively, whereby the person of any ambassador or other public minister of any foreign prince or state, authorized and received as such by the President of the United States, or any domestic or domestic servant of any such ambassador or other public minister...
Page 181 - ... action or bill of debt., upon any single bond for debt, or upon any obligation with condition for the payment of money only...
Page 93 - Commissions, all and every such Recognizance or Recognizances of Bail or Bails as any Person or Persons shall be willing or desirous to acknowledge or make before any of the Persons so empowered in any Action or Suit depending or hereafter to be depending in the said respective Courts...
Page 93 - ... piece, by some credible person present at the taking thereof, shall receive the same upon payment of the usual fees, which recognizance of bail or bail piece, so taken and transmitted, shall be of the like effect as if the same were taken de bene esse before any of the said justices for the taking of which recognizance the person empowered shall receive only the sum or fee of two shillings and no more.
Page 182 - ... be bound unto the party for whom any such judgment is or shall be given, by recognizance to be acknowledged in the same Court, in double the sum adjudged to be recovered by the said judgment...
Page 30 - And, by a late act of parliament0, " no person* shall be held to " special bail, upon any process issuing out of any court, where the " cause of action shall not have originally amounted to the sum of...
Page 77 - ... that such application is really and truly made on the part of the sheriff, or bail, or officer of the sheriff, as the case may be, at his or their own expense, and for his or their indemnity only, and without collusion with the original defendant.
Page 22 - ... commission by any creditor, shall be deemed an election by such creditor to take the benefit of such commission, with respect to the debt so proved or claimed...
Page 171 - TL in a plea of trespass, and also to a bill of the said TL against the said TN for — I. upon promises, according to the custom of the said court of our said lord the king before the king himself to be exhibited, and...
Page 62 - Ministers aforesaid, shall take or cause to be taken, or make any Obligation for any cause aforesaid, or by colour of their Office, but only to themselves, of any Person, nor by any Person which shall be in their Ward by the Course of the Law, but by the name of their Office, and upon Condition written, that the said Prisoners shall appear at the Day contained in the said Writ, Bill, or Warrant, and in such Places as the said Writs, Bills, or Warrants shall require.

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