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A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; Or, A System of the Principal Matters ... - Page 279
by William Hawkins - 1777
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The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the ..., Volume 2

Great Britain - Law - 1762
...holden and kept, and fully executed ; (2) joined to the fame, That at all times that fuch forcible entry (hall be made, and complaint thereof cometh, to the...fufficient power of the county, and go to the place where fuch force is made ; (3) and if they find any that hold fuch place forcibly after fuch entry made,...
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The Magistrate's Assistant: Or, A Summary of Those Laws which Immediately ...

Samuel Glasse - Forms (Law) - 1788 - 544 pages
...cofts of the party grieved (without any examining or (landing upon the right or title of either party) take * fufficient power of the county, and go to the place where fuch force is made. tt. ztz And if after fuch entry made, the juftice (hall find fuch force, he (hall...
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The Clerk's Assistant, in Two Parts: Part I. Containing the Most Useful and ...

Edward Dunscomb - Forms (Law) - 1805 - 256 pages
...of the peace óf i he fame county, Фг to any of them, the fume Jufttce» or '•' Juftice, (hall take fufficient power of the county, and go to the place where " fuch {orce it made, and if they find any that hold "foch place forcibly, after " fach entry road«,...
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A Treatise on Criminal Pleading: With Precedents of Indictments ..., Volume 1

Thomas Starkie - Criminal procedure - 1814 - 803 pages
...cometh to the justices of the peace*, or to any of them, the same justices or justice take sufficient power of the county, and go to the place where the force is niade ; and if they find any that hold such place forcibly, after nuch entry made, they shall be taken...
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A Practical Treatise on the Criminal Law: Comprising the ..., Volume 2, Part 2

Joseph Chitty, Richard Peters - Criminal law - 1819
...15 Rich. II. c. 2. empowers any justice of the peace, on complaint made to him, to take sufficient power of the county and go to the place where the force is made, and if he there find a party holding forcible possession, he may send him to the next gaol there to abide...
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The Law of Landlord and Tenant: To which is Added an Appendix of Precedents

William Woodfall - Landlord and tenant - 1822 - 668 pages
...grieved, (without any examining or standing upon the right or title of either party,) take sufficient power of the county, and go to the place where the force is made." 15 R. 2. c. 2. 8 H. 6. c. 9. j. 2. (a). Complaint by the Party Grieved ,] Yet these words do not enforce...
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A Treatise on Criminal Pleading: With Precedents of Indictments ..., Volume 1

Thomas Starkie - Criminal law - 1822 - 894 pages
...cometh to the justices of the peace *, or to any of them, the same justice? or justice take sufficient power of the county, and go to the place where the force M made ; and if they find any that hold such place forcibly, after such entry made, they shall be taken...
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A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, Volume 1

Sir William Oldnall Russell - Criminal law - 1824
...justices try justices of peace or any of them, the justices or justice take sufficient mítyth°in<>f- power of the county, and go to the place where the force is r* 410] made: and if they find any that hold such place *forcibly, affciuier un- ter such entry, they...
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The Magistrate's Pocket-book, Or, An Epitome of the Duties and Practice of a ...

William Robinson - Justices of the peace - 1825 - 446 pages
...time, at the costs of the party grieved (without examining into the right or title), take sufficient power of the county, and go to the place where the force is made ; and if he shall find such force, he shall cause the offenders to be arrested, and make record of such force...
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