An Essay on Arbitration: More Particularly as it Relates to Commerce and Marine Insurance : with an Appendix on Forced Arbitration

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1834 - Arbitration and award - 122 pages
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Page 44 - Majesty's courts of record, shall not be revocable by any party to such reference, without the leave of the court by which such rule or order shall be made, or which shall be mentioned in such submission, or by leave of a judge ; and the arbitrator or...
Page 58 - Provided always, that every person whose attendance shall be so required shall be entitled to the like conduct money and payment of expenses and for loss of time as for and upon attendance at any trial : Provided also, that the application made to such court or judge for such rule or order...
Page 58 - Provided also, that no person shall be compelled to produce, under any such rule or order, any writing or other document that he would not be compelled to produce at a trial, or to attend at more than two consecutive days, to be named in such order.
Page 57 - ... attachment), if, in addition to the service of the rule or order an appointment of the time and place of attendance in obedience thereto, signed by the person...
Page 31 - Westminster, to state the facts of the case in the form of a special case...
Page 57 - ... lawful for the court by which such rule or order shall be made, or which shall be mentioned in such agreement, or for any judge, by rule or order to be made for that purpose, to command the attendance and examination of any person...
Page 55 - You shall true answer make to all such questions as shall be asked you :" but when he comes to be sworn in chief, he swears
Page 44 - Prius, in any action now brought or which shall hereafter be brought, or by or in pursuance of any submission to reference containing an agreement that such submission shall be made a rule of any of his Majesty's Courts of record...
Page 57 - ... served either together with or after the service of such rule or order: Provided always, that every person whose attendance shall be so required, shall be entitled to the like conduct money and payment...
Page 93 - That any arbitration or umpirage, procured by corruption or -undue means, shall be judged and esteemed void and of none effect, accordingly be set aside by any court of law or equity...

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