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" This is properly a criminal method of prosecution, as well to punish the usurper by a fine for the usurpation of the franchise, as to oust him, or seize it for the crown; but hath long been applied to the mere purposes of trying the civil right, seizing... "
Reports of cases determined in the several courts of Westminster-hall, from ... - Page 34
by Great Britain. Courts, Sir William Blackstone, James Clitherow - 1828 - 1385 pages
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 52

John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman, Bancroft-Whitney Company - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...be by presentment, information, or indictment: 4 Bla. Com. 301; Webster's Diet. , "Prosecution." " This is properly a criminal method of prosecution,...applied to the mere purpose of trying the civil right, seizing the franchise, or ousting the wrongful possessor; the fine being nominal only:" 3 Bla. Com....
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 8

John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...which has fallen into disuse; and the information which has superseded the old writ, is defined to be a criminal method of prosecution, as well to punish...for the usurpation of the franchise, as to oust him, and seize it for the crown. It has for a long time been applied to the mere purpose of trying the civil...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 25

Law reports, digests, etc - 1891
...criminal features and power to punish. Such information in the nature of a writ of 700 warranta was properly a criminal method of prosecution, as well...usurpation of the franchise as to oust him, or seize the office for the crown. Paine, Elect. 710. This law not only provides for supervision of elections,...
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A treatise on the law of pleading under the Code of civil procedure ...

Samuel Maxwell - Law - 1892 - 872 pages
...speedy.3 The writ of quo warranto was a civil remedy, whereas proceeding by information originally was a criminal method of prosecution, as well to punish...franchise as to oust him, or seize it for the crown; but it has long been applied to the mere purposes of trying the civil right.4 Private persons cannot maintain...
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Abridgment of Blackstone's Commentaries

Sir William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague, William Blackstone Collection (Library of Congress) - Law - 1893 - 533 pages
...of a writ of quo warrantu; wherein the process is speedier, and the judgment not quite so decisive. This is properly a criminal method of prosecution,...usurper by a fine for the usurpation of the franchise, ae to oust him, or eeise it for the crown; but hath long been applied to the mere purposes of trying...
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A treatise on the law of monopolies and industrial trusts, as administered ...

Charles Fisk Beach - Antitrust law - 1898 - 760 pages
...of a writ of quo warranto; wherein the process is speedier, and the judgment not quite so decisive. This is properly a criminal method of prosecution,...the usurpation of the franchise as to oust him, or to seize it for the crown ; but hath long been applied to the mere purposes of trying the civil right,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Monopolies and Industrial Trusts, as Administered ...

Charles Fisk Beach - Antitrust law - 1898 - 760 pages
...of a writ of quo warranto; wherein the process is speedier, and the judgment not quite so decisive. This is properly a criminal method of prosecution, as well to punish the usurper bv a fine for the usurpation of the franchise as to oust him, or to seize it for the crown; but hath...
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Blackstone's Commentaries

William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague - Law - 1899 - 536 pages
...of a writ of quo warranto; wherein the process is speedier, and the judgment not quite so decisive. This is properly a criminal method of prosecution,...usurpation of the franchise, as to oust him, or seize him for the crown ; but hath long been applied to the mere purposes of trying the civil right, seizing...
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The law of combinations embracing monopolies, trusts, and combinations of ...

Arthur Jerome Eddy - Antitrust law - 1901 - 1540 pages
...its place was supplied by an information in the nature of a quo warranto, which, in its origin, was 'a criminal method of prosecution, as well to punish...franchise, as to oust him, or seize it for the crown.' 3 Bl. Com. 263. Long before our revolution, however, it lost its character as a criminal proceeding...
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Budd on civil remedies under the code system: with forms applicable to civil ...

Joseph Henry Budd - Civil procedure - 1902 - 763 pages
...attorney-general in the court of the king's bench. Such, proceeding by information is in the nature of a criminal prosecution, as well to punish the usurper by a fine...franchise, as to oust him or seize it for the crown ; but the fine imposed was merely nominal.51 Under the constitution of California of 1879 *ne Superior Courts...
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