Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas and in the Exchequer Chamber: From 1856 ... [to 1865], 3. köide

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T. & J.W. Johnson & Company, 1859
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Page 27 - BE IT KNOWN THAT as well in own Name, as for and in the Name and Names of all and every other Person or Persons to whom the same doth, may, or shall appertain in part or in all...
Page 365 - Defendant is residing ; and it shall be lawful for the Court or Judge, upon being satisfied by Affidavit that there is a Cause of Action, which arose within the Jurisdiction, or in respect of the Breach of a Contract made within the Jurisdiction...
Page 385 - ... require it to be proved that the person so objected to was entitled, on the last day of July then next preceding, to have his name inserted in the list of voters in respect of the qualification described in such list...
Page 403 - ... member or members to serve in any future Parliament for such city or borough...
Page 363 - ... were made to effect personal service thereof upon the defendant, and that it came to his knowledge, and either that the defendant wilfully neglects to appear to such writ, or that he is living out of the jurisdiction of the said Courts, in order to defeat and delay his creditors, to direct from time to time that the plaintiff shall be at liberty to proceed...
Page 607 - On tin1 other hand, no sovereignty can extend its process beyond its own territorial limits to subject either persons or property to its judicial decisions. Every exertion of authority of this sort beyond this limit is a mere nullity, and incapable of binding such persons or property in any other tribunals.
Page 519 - We are of opinion that they were not, and that the judgment of the Court below ought to be affirmed.
Page 245 - ... after the agreement has been reduced into writing, it is competent to the parties, at any time before breach of it, by a new contract not in writing, either altogether to waive, dissolve, or annul the former agreement, or in any manner to add to, or subtract from, or vary, or qualify the terms of it, and thus to make a new contract, which is to be proved partly by the written agreement, and partly by the subsequent verbal terms engrafted upon what will be thus left of the written agreement.
Page 481 - April, 1832, by a certain indenture then made between the plaintiff of the one part, and the defendant of the other part...
Page 559 - Smith, he who takes a moiety of all the profits indefinitely shall, by operation of law, be made liable to losses, if losses arise, upon the principle that, by taking a part of the profits, he takes from the creditors a part of that fund which is the proper security to them for the payment of their debts.

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