A treatise on the law of attornies, solicitors, and agents

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1825
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Page 251 - ... all actions of debt, grounded upon any lending or contract without specialty, and all actions of debt for arrearages of rent, shall be commenced and sued within six years next after the cause of such actions or suit, and not after.
Page 231 - no action shall be brought whereby to charge any executor or administrator upon any special promise to answer damages out of his own estate ; or whereby to charge the defendant upon any special promise to answer for the debt, default, or miscarriage of another person...
Page 149 - ... knowing him not to be duly qualified as aforesaid, and complaint shall be made thereof in a summary way to the Court from whence any such process did issue, and proof made thereof upon oath, to the satisfaction of the Court...
Page 273 - ... persons using the trade or profession of a scrivener, receiving other men's monies or estates into their trust or custody...
Page 182 - Attorney or Solicitor, shall commence or maintain any Action or Suit for the Recovery of any Fees...
Page 391 - ... in his own name, or in the name of any other attorney or solicitor, sue out any writ or process, or commence or prosecute any action or suit in any courts of law or equity...
Page 58 - ... thereby satisfied that such person is duly qualified to be admitted to act as an attorney, then, and not otherwise, the said Judge or Judges of the said Courts respectively...
Page 68 - Scotland; — and also by every sworn clerk, clerk in court, and other clerk or officer in any of the courts aforesaid, who, in his own name, or in the name of any other person, shall commence, prosecute, carry on, or defend any action, suit, prosecution, or other proceeding, in any of the courts aforesaid, or do any notarial act whatever, for or in expectation of any fee, gain, or reward, as an attorney, solicitor, agent, proctor, procurator, or notary public, although not admitted or...
Page 455 - If that which is stated is material to the issue, it may be false, but cannot be scandalous ; if relevant, it is not impertinent, though scandalous in its nature , if relevant and pertinent, it cannot be treated as scandalous ; and if false, it must be dealt with in another way.
Page 217 - ... and is hereby made incapable to maintain or prosecute any action or suit in any Court of Law or Equity for any fee, reward, or disbursement on account of prosecuting, carrying on, or defending any such action, suit, or proceeding...

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