Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: In Michaelmas, Hilary and Easter Terms in the Third [-sixth] Year[s] of William IV [1832-1836], Volume 5

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Page 303 - AG obtained a rule nisi to set aside the verdict, and enter a verdict for the defendant, or for a new trial, on the four following grounds; viz.
Page 355 - Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall extend to any case where the party trespassing acted under a fair and reasonable supposition that he had a right to do the act complained of...
Page 222 - May aforesaid, in all actions of trespass, assault and battery, and other personal actions, wherein the judge at the trial of the cause shall not find and certify under his hand upon the back of the record, that an assault and battery was sufficiently proved by the plaintiff against the defendant, or that the freehold or title of the land mentioned in the plaintiff's declaration was chiefly in question...
Page 391 - Schedule hereto annexed, shall be used upon all Occasions, with such Additions or Variations only as may be necessary to adapt them to the particular Exigencies of the Case...
Page 455 - ... to be heard in support of such appeal unless such notice and statement shall have been so given as aforesaid...
Page 85 - In the course of the present Term the judges of the court sent to the Lord Chancellor the following certificate of their opinion : — "This case has been argued before us by counsel, and we are of 'opinion that under the circumstances the plaintiffs are entitled to recover the above balance of 11,672Z. 4s. 2d.
Page 174 - ... shall be of the like force and effect as if the same had been made by the authority of parliament, and shall be notified in the London Gazette...
Page 269 - ... immediately after the decision of this case, or otherwise, as the court may think fit. But if the court shall be of a contrary opinion, then the defendant agrees that judgment shall be entered against him by confession of 10/. damages immediately after the decision of this case, or otherwise, as the court may think fit, and that judgment shall be entered accordingly.
Page 609 - ... or bill of sale, whether for a valuable consideration or otherwise, no person shall, after the commencement of the imprisonment of such prisoner, avail himself or herself of any execution issued or to be issued upon any judgment obtained or to be obtained upon such warrant of attorney or cognovit actionem...
Page 133 - A rule having been obtained, calling on the justices to shew cause why a mandamus should not issue commanding them to enter continuances and hear the appeal, Whitehurst now shewed cause.

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