A Treatise on the Law of Certificates (Google eBook)

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A. Strahan, 1826 - Civil procedure - 418 pages
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Page 96 - ... if he shall have paid the debt, or any part thereof in discharge of the whole debt...
Page 97 - ... shall be entitled to prove his demand in respect of such payment as a debt under the commission...
Page 137 - ... or above, that in every such case the judges and justices before whom any such action shall be pursued, shall not award for costs to the party plaintiff any greater or more costs than the sum of the debt or damages so recovered shall amount unto, but less at their discretion
Page 312 - ... and having declared that [he or they], together with [names, occupations, and residence of non-subscribing owners], is [or are] sole owner [or owners] in the proportions specified on the back hereof of the ship or vessel called [the ship's name] of [place to which the vessel belongs], which is of the burthen of [number of tons] and whereof [master's name...
Page 310 - Seal of the Society of the Art and Mystery of Apothecaries of the City of London...
Page 332 - Majesty's subjects, shall, after registry thereof, be sold to any other or others of his Majesty's subjects, the same shall be transferred by bill of sale or other instrument in writing, containing a recital of the certificate of registry of such ship or vessel, or the principal contents thereof, otherwise such transfer shall not be valid or effectual for any purpose whatever, either in law or in equity...
Page 7 - ... specified ; but, instead thereof, it shall be lawful for the judges or judge who issued out the citation, or whose lawful orders or decrees have not been obeyed, or before whom such contempt in the face of the court shall -have been committed, to pronounce such person or persons contumacious and in contempt, and within ten days to signify the same, in the form to this act annexed, to his majesty in chancery, as hath heretofore been done in signifying excommunications...
Page 323 - ... some capitulation, describing the particulars thereof], or that since my taking [or his or their taking] the oath of allegiance to [naming the foreign states respectively to which he or any of the said owners shall have taken the same] I have [or he or they hath or have] become a denizen [or denizens...
Page 339 - And forthwith to give notice thereof to the Commissioners of Customs, and in case the collector and comptroller shall be desired so to do, and the bill of sale or other instrument shall be produced to them for that purpose, then the said collector and comptroller are...
Page 246 - Chancellor, shall judicially declare the same to be so ; and such judicial Declaration shall be deemed and taken to be as good and effectual, to all Intents and Purposes, as if the Father, Guardian or Guardians, or Mother of the Person so petitioning had consented to such Marriage.

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