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4. Other Cases of Compensation
5. Report, and the Evidence given before the Lords'
Select Committee, appointed A.D. 1845, on the
Mode of Assessing Compensation for Lands . 260
VI. On the Payment or Investment of the Compensation or
VII. On the Title and the Conveyance of the Lands
6. On the Powers and Obligations of Railway Companies to con-
struct and repair the Works connected with a Railway.
1. The Line of the Railway and herein of Deviations
2. General Powers to construct the Railway and Works
3. Limitations of Powers in executing certain Engineering
4. Construction of Accommodation Works.
5. Cases relating to the Construction of Stations
6. Cases relating to the Construction of Temporary Bridges
7. Cases relating to the Construction of Permanent Bridges
8. Cases relating to the Diversion of Roads
9. Cases relating to the Repairs of Works
10. Other Cases, not included in the foregoing Subjects
§ 7. Obligations and Restrictions imposed by the Statute Law on
1. To Convey Her Majesty's Mails.
2. To convey Her Majesty's Troops
3. To provide Third Class Trains
4. Regulations as to Gauge of Railways, and as to the
Engines and Carriages to be used thereon
6. To enable the Lords of the Treasury to purchase Rail-
9. To pay Duties and Tithe Commutation Rent-charge
10. To make certain Returns
11. Matters of Police
THE RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF RAILWAY COMPANIES, AS CAR-
RIERS OF GOODS AND PASSENGERS.
1. Railway Companies considered as Carriers of Goods and
2. Liabilities of Carriers at Common Law
3. Protection afforded by the Carriers' Act, 11 Geo. 4 & 1
4. The Rights and Liabilities of Railway Companies as
Carriers of Goods
5. The Rights and Liabilities of Railway Companies as
Carriers of Passengers
ON THE ASSESSMENT OF RAILWAYS TO THE POOR-RATE,
WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE DECIDED CASES
ON THE DISSOLUTION OF RAILWAY COMPANIES, and herein
OF THE RIGHTS OF ALLOTTEES TO RECOVER THEIR DE-
ON THE LIABILITY OF PROMOTERS AND PROVISIONAL COM-
MITTEE-MEN TO BE SUED FOR PRELIMINARY EXPENSES 688
ADDENDA TO THE TREATISE
2 & 3 Will. 4, cap. 120. . Duties on Passengers carried on Rail-
FORMS RELATING TO COMPENSATION, &c.
PAGE IN THE TEXT.
No. 1.-Certificate of Justices that the Capital of the Company has
been subscribed. (8 Vict. c. 18, s. 17).
No. 2.-Notice from the Company to Owners, Lessees, &c. of Lands,
stating that Lands are required for the Railway, and that
the Company are willing to treat for the Purchase thereof.
(8 Vict. c. 18, ss. 18, 21).
No. 3.-Notice from an Owner in Fee-simple of Lands required to be
purchased by the Company, stating the Particulars of his
Claim for Compensation. (8 Vict. c. 18, ss. 21, 23) 156
No. 4.-Notice from a Tenant in Tail or other Party empowered to
convey Lands required by the Company, stating the Par-
ticulars of the Claim for Compensation. (8 Vict. c. 18,
ss. 21, 23)
No. 5.-Notice from the Owner of Lands to the Company requiring
Compensation for Lands taken or injuriously affected, and
requiring the Amount of Compensation to be settled by
more than 50%. being claimed. (8 Vict. c. 18,
No. 6.-A similar Form when the Owner requires a Jury to assess
the Compensation. (8 Vict. c. 18, s. 68)
No. 7.-Notice from a Tenant in Tail, &c., or other Party empowered
to convey Lands, to the Company, requiring Compensation
for Lands taken or injuriously affected, and requiring the
Amount of Compensation to be settled by Arbitration, more
than 501. being claimed. (8 Vict. c. 18, s. 68)
No. 3.-A similar Form where a Tenant in Tail, &c. requires a Jury
to assess the Compensation. (8 Vict. c. 18, s. 68)
No. 9.-Notice required to be given by the Company three Weeks
before Lands are entered upon for temporary Occupation.
(8 Vict. c. 20, ss. 32, 33).
No. 10.-Notice required to be given by the Company ten Days be-
fore Lands are temporarily occupied. (8 Vict. c. 20, ss.
No. 11.-Notice from Owner or Occupier to the Company, requiring
them not to use Lands for temporary Purposes, on the
ground that the Lands or Materials are essential to be re-
tained by the Owner. (8 Vict. c. 20, s. 35).