The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 4

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J. Richards, 1832 - Law
 

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Page 325 - or it shall be proved that such payment or render of modus was made, or enjoyment had, by some consent or agreement expressly made or given for that purpose by deed or writing; and if such proof in support of the claim shall be extended to < the full period of sixty years next before the time of such
Page 325 - enjoyment had by some consent or agreement expressly made or given for that purpose by deed or writing ; and where the render of tithes in kind shall be demanded by any archbishop, bishop, dean, prebendary, parson, vicar, master of hospital, or other corporation sole, whether spiritual or
Page 325 - person to the same office or benefice, unless it shall be proved that such payment or render of modut was made, or enjoyment had, by some consent or agreement expressly made or given for that purpose by deed or writing. 4.
Page 138 - That in all cases in which any particular number of days, not expressed to be clear days, is prescribed by the rules or practice of the Courts, the same shall be reckoned exclusively of the first day, and inclusively of the last day.
Page 300 - N. Clarke shewed cause against a rule obtained by Clinton, calling upon certain justices of Derbyshire to shew cause why a mandamus should not issue, commanding them to hear the petitions of several townships in the said county, who considered themselves aggrieved by the order of the said justices under 9
Page 228 - so by the last-recited act directed to be made and paid by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Keeper or Lords Commissioners of the Great Seal for the time being, in the manner and for the purposes thereby directed and provided, should, from and after the
Page 50 - an act was passed in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, "An Act for the more effectual Administration of justice in England and Wales," and by the said act certain changes were made on the plea or common law side of the Court of Exchequer: And
Page 35 - house, stable, coachhouse, outhouse, warehouse, office, shop, mill, &c., every such offender is guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof, shall suffer death as a felon." In cases of this description you will consider whether the individual charged was one of the persons constituting a riotous assemblage which was effecting the destruction of the building. If he formed
Page 85 - commodities whatsoever, above the value of five pounds for the forbearance of one hundred pounds for a year, and so after that rate for a greater or lesser sum, or for a longer or shorter time ; and that all bonds, contracts and assurances
Page 138 - We command you, that within eight days after the service of this writ on you, inclusive of the day of such service, you do cause an appearance to be entered for you in our Court of,

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