Cases in the Court of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber [1834-1840].
S. Sweet, 1836 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 760 - And by s. 2, it is enacted, that no person shall make an entry or distress, or bring an action to recover any land or rent, but within twenty years next after the time at which the right to make such entry or distress or to bring such action shall have first accrued to some person through whom he claims...
Page 755 - December, 1833, no person shall make an entry or distress, or bring an action to recover any land or rent, but within twenty years next after the time at which the right to make such entry or distress or to bring such action shall have first accrued to some person through whom he claims...
Page 756 - ... when the person claiming such land or rent, or some person through whom he claims, shall, in respect of the estate or interest claimed, have been in possession or in receipt of the profits of such land, or in the receipt of such rent...
Page 761 - ... interest in possession, granted, appointed, or otherwise assured, by any instrument (other than a will,) to him, or some person through whom he claims, by a person being, in respect of the same estate or interest in the possession or receipt of the profits of the land or in the receipt of the rent...
Page 772 - London, (the act of God, the queen's enemies, fire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation, of whatever nature and kind soever, excepted,) unto order or to assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods at 51.
Page 758 - December, 1833, no arrears of rent or of interest in respect of any sum of money charged upon or payable out of any land or rent, or in respect of any legacy or any damages in respect of such arrears of rent or interest, shall be recovered by any distress, action, or suit, but within six years next after the same respectively shall have become due...
Page 757 - Who shall have been in such possession or receipt, then such right shall be deemed to have first accrued at the time of such death ; and when the person claiming such laud or rent shall claim in respect of an estate or interest in possession...
Page 756 - ... the right to make such entry or distress, or to bring such action, shall have first accrued to the person making or bringing the same.
Page 783 - When a ship is driven on shore, it is the duty of the master either to repair his ship, or to procure another ; and having performed the voyage, he is then entitled to his freight : but he is not entitled to the whole freight, unless he perform the whole voyage, except in cases where the owner of the goods prevents him ; (1) nor is he entitled pro rata unless under a new agreement.
Page 679 - In such cases the occasion prevents the inference of malice, which the law draws from unauthorized communications, and affords a qualified defence depending upon the absence of actual malice. If fairly warranted by any reasonable occasion or exigency, and honestly made, such communications are protected for the common convenience and welfare of society ; and the law has not restricted the right to make them within any narrow limits.