The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer of Pleas, and Exchequer of Chamber, ... (Google eBook)

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E. B. Ince, 1854 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 205 - That no person or persons shall, after the passing of this Act, by any deed or deeds, surrender or surrenders, will, codicil or otherwise howsoever, settle or dispose of any real or personal property, so and in such manner that the rents, issues, profits or produce thereof shall be wholly or partially accumulated...
Page 155 - A. and his assigns for his life with remainder to the use of his first and other sons successively, in tail male, with remainder to the use of B.
Page iv - Chancellor, or other person intrusted by virtue of the Queen's Sign Manual with the care and commitment of the custody of the persons and estates of lunatics...
Page iii - Any party who may be dissatisfied with the certificate or allocatur of the taxing officer, as to any item or part of an item which may have been objected to as aforesaid...
Page 470 - ... the witnesses so examined orally shall be subject to cross-examination and re-examination; and such examination, cross-examination, and re-examination shall be conducted as nearly as may be in the mode now in use in courts of common law with respect to a witness about to go abroad, and not expected to be present at the trial of a cause.
Page 79 - ... some time with them in prayer, and advise them how to flee from the wrath to come, which they saw continually hanging over their heads. That...
Page 255 - the Court must ascertain whether the differences are made bond fide in order to distinguish the one article from the other; whether the resemblances and the differences are such as naturally arise from the necessity of the case, or whether, on the other hand, the differences are simply...
Page 291 - It means only that, according to those principles of right and justice which a court of equity recognizes and acts upon, it will prefer A. to B., and will interfere to enforce the rights of A. as against B. And therefore it is impossible, strictly speaking, that two persons should have equal equities, except in a case in which a court of equity would altogether refuse to lend its assistance to either party as against the other.
Page 286 - I give the above devise to my wife that she may support herself and her children according to her discretion, and for that purpose...
Page 456 - ... request shall be made by any such subsequent incumbrancer, or by the mortgagor, or by any person claiming under them respectively, the Court shall not direct any such sale, without the consent of the mortgagee or the persons claiming under him, unless the party making such request...

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