Cases of controverted elections in the eleventh Parliament of the United Kingdom: being the first Parliament since the passing of acts for the amendment of the representation of the people (Google eBook)

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J. & W. T. Clarke, 1833 - Law reports, digests, etc - 620 pages
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Page 3 - That no contract for the sale of any goods, wares, and merchandise, for the price of ten pounds sterling or upwards, shall be allowed to be good, except the buyer shall accept part of the goods so sold, and actually receive the same...
Page 12 - ... any house, warehouse, counting-house, shop or other building, being either separately or jointly with any land within such city, borough, or place occupied therewith by him as owner, or occupied therewith by him as tenant under the same landlord...
Page 7 - ... unless he shall have been in the actual possession thereof, or in the receipt of the rents and profits thereof for his own use, as the case may require, for twelve calendar months next previous to the last day of July in such year...
Page 47 - The 101st section of the same Act requires " that no misnomer or inaccurate description of any person, place, or thing named or described in any schedule to this Act annexed, or in any list or register...
Page 80 - That the House of Commons, in the exercise of its judicature in matters of election, is bound to judge according to the law of the land, and the known and established law and custom of Parliament, which is part thereof.
Page 52 - where an Act creates an obligation and enforces the performance in a specified manner, we take it to be a general rule that performance cannot be enforced in any other manner.
Page 12 - Provided always, that no such person shall be so registered in any year unless he shall have occupied such premises as aforesaid for twelve calendar months next previous to the last day of July in such year...
Page 13 - ... year unless he shall have resided for six calendar months next previous to the last day of August in the present, or the last day of July in any future year within such city, burgh, or town, or within seven statute miles of some part thereof...
Page 87 - ... have superintendence and control in all matters of bankruptcy, and shall also have power, jurisdiction, and authority to hear and determine, order and allow all such matters in bankruptcy as now usually are or lawfully may be brought, by petition or otherwise, before the Lord Chancellor...
Page 2 - ... for his own life, or for the life of another, or for any lives whatsoever, or for any larger estate of the clear yearly value of not less than five pounds over and above all rents and charges payable out of or in respect of the same...

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