Reports of Cases in Chancery, Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court During the Time of Lord Langdale, Master of the Rolls. [1838-1866], Volume 32 (Google eBook)

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Saunders and Benning, 1841 - Equity
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Page 579 - According to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief, I have not now, and never had in my possession, custody, or power, or in the possession, custody, or power of my...
Page 298 - ... or such part thereof respectively as he shall think fit, shall stand charged with the payment of the amount for which judgment shall have been so recovered, and interest thereon ; and such order shall entitle the judgment creditor to all such remedies as he would have been entitled to if such charge had been made in his favour by the judgment debtor...
Page 118 - Hugh for life, with remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, with remainder to the...
Page 640 - WHERE a debt is claimed, or a demand made in a suit, and the defendant, admitting his liability, offers to pay the debt, or comply with the demand, and to put the plaintiff in the same situation as he would have been in, if the liability had been satisfied without suit, the Court, on motion, will stay all further proceedings.
Page 645 - An estate was settled to the husband and wife successively for life, with remainder to their children as they should appoint, and in default of appointment between such children.
Page 11 - As to the hard consequences which would follow from granting an injunction, when a very large proportion of the work is unquestionably original, I can only say, that, if the parts, which have been copied, cannot be separated from those which are original, without destroying the use and value of the original matter, he who has made an improper use of that which did not belong to him must suffer the consequences of so doing.
Page 168 - Christ, and by devising and phantasying vain opinions of purgatory and masses satisfactory to be done for them which be departed, the which doctrine and vain opinion by nothing more is maintained and upholden, than by the abuse of trentals, chantries, and other provisions made for the continuance of the said blindness and ignorance...
Page 146 - Good repute and well known for his knowledge piety and morality be employed by the said trustees or the survivors or survivor of them or the heirs of such survivor or their or his assigns...
Page 366 - The MASTER of the ROLLS. The question in this case is, whether...
Page 414 - Tolls shall be set upon a Table, and immediately after every Bidding the Glass shall be turned, and as soon as the Sand is run out it shall be turned again, and so for Three Times, unless some other Bidding intervenes, and if no other Person shall bid until the Sand shall have run through the Glass Three Times, the last Bidder shall be the Farmer or Renter of the said Tolls...

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