The Scottish Law Reporter: Containing Reports ... of Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, Court of Teinds, and House of Lords, 8. köide
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Page 102 - ... committee thereof, shall be decided in manner directed by the rules of such society, and the decision so made shall be binding and conclusive on all parties, without appeal.
Page 102 - Society shall be situate ; and such Court shall, upon the Application of any Person interested in the Matter, entertain such Application, and give such Relief, and make such Orders and Directions in relation to the Matter of such Application, as herein-after mentioned, or as may now be given or made by the Court of Chancery in respect either of its ordinary or its special or statutory Jurisdiction ; and the Decision of such County Court upon and in relation to such Application as aforesaid shall...
Page ix - every dispute between any member or members of any society established under this Act, or any of the Acts hereby repealed...
Page 9 - Viet c. 63, s. 40, it was enacted that " every dispute between any member or members of any society established under this Act or any of the Acts hereby repealed, or any person claiming through or under a member, or under the rules of such society, and...
Page 17 - Provided always, that until such entry shall have been made the grantee or grantees of the letters patent shall be deemed and taken to be the sole and exclusive proprietor or proprietors of such letters patent, and of all the licences and privileges thereby given and granted...
Page 52 - That the said ship being tight, staunch and strong, and every way fitted for the voyage...
Page 102 - Arbitrators, or to hear or determine any Dispute, if no Arbitrator shall have been appointed or if no Decision shall be made by the said Arbitrators within Forty Days after Application has been made by the Member or Person claiming' through or under a Member or under the Rules of the Society, shall be made to the County Court of the District within which the usual or principal Place of Business of the Society shall be situate...
Page 183 - ... parent predeceasing, and shall respectively have right to the share of the moveable estate of the intestate to which the parent of such child or children, or of such issue, if he had survived the intestate, would have been entitled : Provided always, that no representation shall be admitted among collaterals after brothers...
Page 101 - ... society is governed, regulated, or managed, or to make new rules, provided always that two copies of the proposed alterations or amendments, and of such new rules, signed by three members of such society, and the secretary or other officer, shall be...
Page 263 - ... euphemism) from Messrs Black's edition, consist of quotations from various authors employed by Mr Lockhart to illustrate ballads in the Minstrelsy. It was perhaps thought that to repeat quotations from well-known authors was not piracy. If so, I think a great mistake was committed. In the adaptation of the quotation to the ballad, which it illustrates, — the literary research which discovered it — the critical skill which applied it — there was, I think, an act of authorship performed,...