Cases in Bankruptcy, Volume 1

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Page 424 - ... to the lord chancellor, lord keeper, or lords commissioners for the custody of the great seal, or master of the rolls...
Page 424 - And be it further enacted, that this act shall be deemed and taken to be a public act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all judges, justices, and others, without being specially pleaded.
Page 424 - ... no benefit is claimed by him, by virtue of the said proceedings, shall be indemnified against the payment of any costs in respect of such action or suit...
Page 424 - ... to the lord chancellor, lord keeper or lords commissioners of the great seal of Ireland for the time being...
Page 471 - ... premiums, and they received a dividend of six shillings in the pound under the commission. The premiums were due three years before the bankruptcy, and the obligees did not call on the sureties until after the bankruptcy. Held, first, that the sureties were not discharged...
Page 424 - ... as well by word of mouth as by interrogatories in writing ; or shall refuse to sign and subscribe his, her, or their examination so taken down or reduced into writing...
Page 424 - ... in such and the same manner, to all intents and purposes, as if such person or persons so becoming entitled were actually dead without issue male.
Page 424 - And be it enacted, that any creditor or creditors whose debt or debts is or are sufficient to entitle him or them to petition for a commission against all the partners of any firm, may petition for a commission against one or more partners of such firm...
Page 424 - ... by warrant under their hands and seals, to commit him, her, or them to such prison as the said commissioners, or the major part of them, shall think fit, there to remain without bail or mainprize until such time as such person or persons shall submit him, her, or themselves to the said commissioners to...
Page 462 - The payments were to be made by bills at two, four, six, and eight months. The first and second instalments were duly paid. In March 1819, the defendant appointed a master, who, from that time, superintended the building. In May 1819 the defendant advertised the ship for charter, and on...