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" ... mentioned or referred to therein, and the expenses incurred by them in so doing shall be paid by the owners in default, according to the frontage of their respective premises... "
The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ... - Page 147
1880
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A Treatise on the Power and Duty of an Arbitrator, and the Law of ...

Francis Russell, Herbert Russell - Arbitration and award - 1891 - 958 pages
...expenses incurred by a local board in paving, &c., streets, where the owners failed to do so, were to be paid by the owners in default, according to the frontage of their respective premises, in such proportion as should be settled by the surveyor, or, in case of dispute, by arbitration. The...
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Laws of Barbados, Part 1

Barbados - Session laws - 1891
...comply therewith, the said Commissioners of Health shall execute the works referred to or mentioned therein, and the expenses incurred by them in so doing shall be recovered by them in a summary manner as aforesaid : Provided always, that the said Commissioners may,...
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The Weekly Reporter, Volume 40

Law reports, digests, etc - 1892
...referred to therein, and may recover in a summary manner the expenses incurred by them in so doing from the owners in default, according to the frontage of...their respective premises, and in such proportion as is settled by the surveyor of the urban authority, or (in case of dispute) by arbitration in manner...
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The Australian Law Times, Volume 14

Law - 1893
...they think fit, subsequently to or in lieu of piosecuiing for such non-compliance, execute the works mentioned or referred to therein, and the expenses incurred by them in но doing ahull lie paiil by the owners in default in such proportions as may 1ю lived hy the said...
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The London Building Act, 1894: A Text-book for the Use of Architects ...

Banister Fletcher - Building laws - 1895 - 320 pages
...with by the person to whom it is given the Vestry or Board may, if they think fit, execute such works, and the expenses incurred by them in so doing shall be paid to them by the owner or occupier of the premises. CI. No vault, arch or cellar shall be made under...
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The Law Regulating Streets and Buildings in the Metropolis Under the London ...

Great Britain - Building laws - 1895 - 682 pages
...they think fit, in lieu of proceeding for a fine, may enter on the premises and execute the works, and the expenses incurred by them in so doing shall be paid to them by the owner or occupier of the premises. (3) Any person who thinks himself aggrieved by any...
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Treaties, &c., Between Great Britain and China: And Between China ..., Volume 2

Sir Edward Hertslet - China - 1896 - 768 pages
...necessary ; and if such notice be not complied with, the Council may, if they shall think fit, do the works mentioned or referred to therein ; and the expenses incurred by them in so doing, if not forthwith paid by the owner or occupier, shall be defrayed by the Council, and by them be recovered...
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Journal of the Sanitary Institute, Volume 16

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - Public health - 1896
...powers conferred on them by that Section, by the owners of the houses in such shares and proportions as shall be settled by the Surveyor, or (in case of dispute) by a Court of Summary Jurisdiction. (2) Such expenses may be recovered summarily, or may be declared...
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Magistrates' Cases Relating to the Poor Law, the Criminal Law, Licensing and ...

Judges - 1897
...referred to therein; and may recover in a summary manner the expenses incurred by them in so doing from the owners in default, according to the frontage of...their respective premises, and in such proportion as is settled by the surveyor of the urban authority, or (in case of dispute) by arbitration in manner...
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Ruling Cases, Volume 16

Robert Campbell - Annotations and citations (Law) - 1898
...such [*568] notice be not complied *with, the board may, if they shall think fit, execute the works, and the expenses incurred by them in so doing shall...according to the frontage of their respective premises. The property in respect of which the respondents claim to be paid the sums set forth in the complaint...
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