Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer & Exchequer Chamber: From Hilary Term, 6 Will. IV. to [Easter Term, 10 Vict.] Both Inclusive. With Tables of the Cases and Principal Matters. [1836-1847], 7. köide

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T. & J. W. Johnson, 1841
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Page 653 - life, effected by the bankrupt, and deposited by him, before his bankruptcy, with the defendants, as a security for money then and previously advanced by them to him. An instrument so deposited is not in the order and disposition of the bankrupt, with the consent of the true owner, within the meaning of the
Page 288 - of &c., to be paid to the said Thomas Taylor Webb, as such treasurer as aforesaid, and his successors for the time being, for which payment to be well and faithfully made, we bind ourselves jointly, and each of us bindeth himself severally, and our and each of our heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly, by these presents, sealed, &c.
Page 109 - there was a devise to a party for life, with remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, with remainder to the heirs of the body of the life tenant, with remainders over. A fine had been levied by the devisee, and the question arose, whether this worked a discontinuance. The Court held, on the authority of Coulson v. Coulson
Page 241 - bring an action to recover such land, shall be deemed to have first accrued, either at the determination of such tenancy, or at the expiration of one year next after the commencement of such tenancy, at which time such tenancy shall be deemed to have determined. The
Page 410 - effect of repealing a statute to be, to obliterate it as completely from the records of Parliament as if it had never passed; and it must be considered as a law that never existed, except for the purpose of those actions which were commenced, prosecuted, and concluded whilst it was an existing law.
Page 209 - damages to that amount, and that there is probable cause for believing that the defendant, or any one or more of the defendants, is or are about to quit England, unless he or they shall be forthwith apprehended; it shall be lawful for such Judge, by a special order, to direct that such defendant
Page 132 - 3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 27, enacts, " that no person shall bring an action to recover any land or rent, but within twenty years next after the time at which the right to bring such action shall have first accrued,
Page 184 - thought that the 7th and 9th pleas were proved in substance, and directed a verdict on those issues for the defendant, leave being reserved to the plaintiff to move to enter a verdict for him, with £102 damages. Plait having obtained a rule
Page 133 - when any person shall be in possession or in receipt of the profits of any land, or in receipt of any rent, by virtue of a lease in writing, by which a rent amounting to the yearly sum of 20*.
Page 432 - cause why a nonsuit should not be entered, or why the judgment should not be arrested. The Court refused a rule on either of those grounds, but granted a rule to shew cause why there should not be a new trial, on