The New Instructor Clericalis: Stating the Authority, Jurisdiction, and Modern Practice of the Court of King's Bench

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W. Clarke and Sons, 1818 - Civil procedure - 971 pages

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Page 14 - A THIRD species of implied assumpsits is when one has had and received money belonging to another, without any valuable consideration given on the receiver's part : for the law construes this to be money had and received for the use of the owner only ; and implies that the person so receiving promised and undertook to account for it to the true proprietor.
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Page 756 - But the great and efficacious writ, in all manner of illegal confinement, is that of habeas corpus ad subjiciendum ; directed to the person detaining another, and commanding him to produce the body of the prisoner, with the day and causo of his caption and detention, ad faciendum, subjiciendum, et recipiendum, to do, submit to, and receive...
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Page 102 - Affidavit shall be made by the Plaintiff, or some one on his Behalf, for which no fee shall be taken, before some Judge of the Court out of which such Process or Execution shall issue, or before some Person authorized to take Affidavits in such Courts...
Page 2 - All courts of record are the king's courts, in right of his crown and royal dignity, and therefore no other court hath authority to fine or imprison ; so that the very erection of a new jurisdiction with power of fine or imprisonment, makes it instantly a court of record.
Page 5 - It keeps all inferior jurisdictions within the bounds of their authority, and may either remove their proceedings to be determined here, or prohibit their progress below. It superintends all civil corporations in the kingdom. It commands magistrates and others to do what their duty requires, in every case where there is no other specific remedy. It protects the liberty of the subject, by speedy and summary interposition.
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