Decisions of the Court of Session: From November 1825 to [20th July 1841] ...

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This is the Decisions of the Court of Session for 12th November 1831 to 12th July 1832 - the dates in the title given in Google are incorrect.

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Page 158 - It is ordered and adjudged, by the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, that the said...
Page 499 - And with and under this limitation and restriction also, that it shall not be lawful to, nor in the power of...
Page 280 - Majesty's Subjects, the same shall be transferred by Bill of Sale, or other Instrument in Writing, containing a Recital of the Certificate of Registry of such Ship or Vessel, or the principal Contents thereof, otherwise such Transfer shall not be valid or effectual for any Purpose whatever, either in Law or in Equity...
Page 569 - ... expenses ; allows an account thereof to be given in, and remits the same when lodged to the Auditor to tax and report.
Page 432 - Ireland, for any work to be done, or for any goods, wares, merchandise, or other thing to be sold, delivered, done, or agreed for by weight or measure, where no special agreement shall be made to the contrary, shall be deemed, taken, and construed to be made and had according to the standard weights and measures ascertained by this act...
Page 158 - The House of Lords ordered and adjudged, That the said interlocutors complained of in the said appeal be and the same are hereby reversed : And it is further ordered, That the cause be remitted back to the Court of Session in Scotland...
Page 286 - The Lord Ordinary reported the case to the Court, with the following note : ' The Lord Ordinary has reported this bill, in the • first instance, because he is very much at a loss to determine what ' order should be made on it. If it were simply an advocation of ' an interlocutory judgment of the Commissaries, in a cause which, ' by the late statute, still remained with them, for concluding a proof...
Page 630 - Ordered, That the cause be remitted back to the Court of Session in Scotland, to do therein as shall be just...
Page 629 - And it is further ordered, that the cause be " remitted back to the Court of Session, to do therein " as shall be consistent with the said findings, and as
Page 298 - That no other advocate or agent, than those appointed as above, shall be employed, or allow their names to be used in any stage of the cause, unless on application to the Lord Ordinary or the Court, by a note to be signed by the advocate and agent already appointed, the assistance of one of the other advocates or...

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