The Law Journal, Volume 12

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E.B. Ince, 1877 - Law
 

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Page 210 - ... (2.) The appellant shall, within seven days after the cause of appeal has arisen, give notice to the other party and to the court of summary jurisdiction of his intention to appeal, and of the ground thereof...
Page 99 - interest or no interest," or "without further proof of interest than the policy itself," or "without benefit of salvage to the insurer...
Page 26 - Session shall hear the evidence of such woman, and such other evidence as she may produce, and shall also hear any evidence tendered by or on behalf of the person alleged to be the father; and if the evidence of the mother be corroborated in some material particular by other testimony to the satisfaction of the said Justices, they may adjudge the man to be the putative father of such bastard child...
Page 176 - Where this Act applies in the case of any foreign State , every fugitive criminal of that State who is in or suspected of being in any part of Her Majesty's dominions, or that part which is specified in the Order applying this Act (as the case may be), shall be liable to be apprehended and surrendered in manner provided by this Act...
Page 154 - Court, on satisfactory evidence, that the composition or scheme cannot in consequence of legal difficulties, or for any sufficient cause, proceed without injustice or undue delay to the creditors or to the debtor, or that the approval of the Court was obtained by fraud the Court may, if it thinks fit, on application by any creditor, adjudge the debtor bankrupt, and annul the composition or scheme...
Page 120 - And they may further provide for the observance of the same by enacting therein such provisions as they think necessary as to the giving of notices, as to the deposit of plans and sections by persons intending to lay out streets or to construct buildings, as to inspection by the Local Board, and as to the power of the Local Board to remove, alter, or pull down any work begun or done in contravention of such bye-laws...
Page 144 - 78. A penalty of 20 is incurred by any person selling without a licence medicines liable to a stamp duty. Artificial mineral waters, and waters impregnated with soda or mineral alkali, or with carbonic acid gas and all compositions in a liquid or solid state, to be used for the purpose of compounding or making any of the said waters...
Page 130 - The undertakers shall at all times keep charged with water, under such pressure as aforesaid, all their pipes to which fire-plugs shall be fixed, unless prevented by frost, unusual drought, or other unavoidable cause or accident, or during necessary repairs, and shall allow all persons at all times to take and use such water for extinguishing fire, without making compensation for the same.
Page 7 - Campbell should by deed or will appoint, and, in default of appointment, for the children of the marriage equally.
Page 138 - Greenwood devised and bequeathed his real and personal estate to trustees, upon trust to sell and invest; and declared that his trustees should pay the moneys and the investments to ' my said wife during; her life, upon trust for all my children,' who, being sons, should attain twenty-one, or, being daughters, should attain that age or marry.

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