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Page 12 - Of Appeal, having especial reference to the Chancery Division, with Practical Notes. Fourth Edition. By RH LEACH, Esq., Senior Registrar of the Chancery Division ; FGA WILLIAMS, of the Inner Temple, Esq.
Page 12 - Journal. Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence.— A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence for Practitioners and Students, founded on the Works of Story, Spence, and other writers, and on more than a thousand subsequent cases, comprising the Fundamental Principles and the points of Equity usually occurring in General Practice. By JOSIAH W. SMITH, BCL, QC Thirteenth Edition 12mo. 1880. 12».
Page 30 - Turner's Duties of Solicitor to Client as to Sales, Purchases, and Mortgages of Land. By EDWARD F. TURNER, Solicitor, Lecturer on Real Property and Conveyancing, and one of the Assistant Examiners for Honours to the Incorporated Law Society for 1882-3.
Page 20 - No sale made by a trustee shall be impeached by any beneficiary upon the ground that any of the conditions subject to which the sale was made may have been unnecessarily depreciatory, unless it also appears that the consideration for the sale was thereby rendered inadequate. (2.) No sale made by a trustee shall, after the execution of the conveyance, be impeached as against the purchaser upon the ground that any of the conditions subject to which the sale was made may haTe been unnecessarily depreciatory,...
Page 29 - Ball's Leading Cases on the Law of Torts, with Notes. Edited by "WE BALL, LL.D., Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Author of "Principles of Torts and Contracts.
Page 18 - A little criticism, a few quotations, and a batch of anecdotes, afford a sauce that makes even a quarter's law reporting amusing reading." — Law Journal. " The greatest of legal quarterly reviews . . . the series of * Notes ' always so entertaining and illustrative, not merely of the learning of the accomplished jurist (the Editor) but of the grace of language with which such learning can be unfolded.
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Page 255 - England in chambers, in respect of any requisitions or objections, or any claim for compensation, or any other question arising out of or connected with the contract (not being a question affecting the existence or validity of the contract), and the Judge shall make such order upon the application as to him shall appear just, and shall order how and by whom all or any of the costs of and incident to the application shall be borne and paid.