Reports of Sir George Croke, Knight: Formerly One of the Justices of the Courts of Kings-Bench, and Common-Pleas, of Such Select Cases as Were Adjudged in the Said Courts [1582-1641] ... (Google eBook)

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E. and R. Brooke and T. Whieldon, 1791 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 500 - Note, that in the argument of this case Justice Doderidge said, that if pigeons come upon my land I may kill them, and the owner hath not any remedy...
Page 74 - ... obligation against two is, because there every of them is chargeable, and liable to the entire debt; and therefore a recovery against one is no bar against the other, until satisfaction.
Page 225 - ... the plaintiff claimed nothing in the land or corn, but only damages for the battery, which is collateral to the title; and therefore a general...
Page 599 - ... sons or to his executors, otherwise the land should be to them ; if the heir by recovery might avoid it, it would be very mischievous, and might frustrate all devises; and there is no such mischief that it should maintain perpetuities, for it is but in a particular case, and upon a mere contingency, which peradventure never may happen, and may be avoided by joining him in the recovery who hath such a contingency...
Page 401 - But the opinion of the COURT upon the argument inclined, that he was tenant in tail; and the limitation of the use out of the tail is void as well after the statute...
Page 189 - ... for two or three days, although he saith he will return, yet he is at his liberty, and therefore is not a guest during that time...
Page 637 - ... and it was found againft him. And it was moved in arreft of judgment, that the...
Page 345 - ... a judgment at the common law, although it were by way of defence, he comes too late to be relieved in a court of equity ; and cannot now examine any pretence of equity after a judgment at the common law. Wherefore COKE and ALL THE COURT held...
Page 654 - After verdict, upon not guilty, and found for the plaintiff, it was moved in arreft of judgment, that...
Page 344 - ... Easter term, 5 Edw. 4. Roll 35. Cobb v. Moor, where Cobb procured an action of debt to be brought against Moor, and the action to be confessed by attorney, and a writ of error to be brought thereupon, and the judgment to be affirmed ; and all this was done in the absence of Moor, who, being beyond sea, upon his return exhibited his bill in Chancery, to be relieved concerning this practice, there being no debt due: and it was resolved, that after a judgment at the common law he could not be relieved...

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