Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before the Right Hon. Sir James Wigram, Knt., Vice-Chancellor, [1841-1853], Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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A. Maxwell & Son, 1852 - Equity
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Page 316 - pay their own costs of the reference other than the costs of my umpirage, and of this my award." The umpire included the charges of the two arbitrators in his costs of umpirage and award, and the same were paid by the successful party on taking up the award: Held, that the charges of the arbitrators were costs...
Page 324 - The lien which an attorney is said to have on a judgment [which Mr. Jones (Jones, Liens, 155) says perhaps is an incorrect expression] is merely a claim to the equitable interference of the court to have that judgment held as a security for his debt.
Page 121 - Columbia, and did then and there give a schedule of his estate, and a list of his creditors; and in the said list of his creditors...
Page 327 - Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein : and he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him.
Page 172 - Plaintiff, to enter into the possession or receipt of the rents and profits of the said...
Page 150 - And, after stating as therein was stated, the said petition prayed that it might be referred to one of the Masters of the said court to approve of...
Page 308 - Burr. 2250, speaking of the testator, whose will he was then construing, says, "though this was manifestly his intention, I was extremely afraid there were not words enough to warrant us to put this construction upon it.
Page 132 - ... equally to be divided between them ; if more than one, share and share alike ; and if but one...
Page 293 - Buckcrell, or any or cither of them, all of which are hereby expressly reserved from sale), and for all or any part of the said term, or by all or any of the said ways or means, or any other reasonable ways or means, forthwith to levy and raise the clear sum of 10,000?., and to pay the same to the said 1851.
Page 224 - Sprye and his wife should jointly appoint, and in default of appointment to...

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