The Scottish Law Review and Reports of Cases in the Sheriff Courts of Scotland, Volume 5

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W. Hodge & Company, 1889 - Law

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Page 30 - the ox shall surely be stoned, and his flesh shall not " be eaten; but the owner of the ox shall be quit. But if the ox " were wont to gore in time past, and it has been testified to
Page 138 - every person upon objecting to being sworn, and stating as " the ground of such objection either that he has no religious " belief, or that the taking of an oath is contrary to his religious " belief, shall be permitted to make his solemn affirmation instead
Page 56 - Every share in any Company shall be deemed and taken to " have been issued and to be held subject to the payment of the " whole amount thereof in cash, unless the same shall have been " otherwise determined by a contract duly made in writing and " filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies, at or before " the issue of such shares.
Page 30 - in time past, and it has been testified to his " owner and he hath not kept him in, but that he hath killed a " man or a woman, the ox shall be stoned and his owner also " shall be put to death.
Page 51 - the act of God, the King's enemies, fire, and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation of whatever nature and kind soever during the said voyage always excepted;
Page 109 - as a witness in any Court of civil judicature in Scotland, or " requiring or desiring to make an affidavit or deposition, shall " refuse or be unwilling from alleged conscientious motives to " be sworn, it shall be lawful for the Court or judge or other " presiding officer or person qualified to take affidavits or
Page 81 - essence of the crime; and therefore a woman who breaks her " marriage vows is much more criminal than a man who does it. " A man, to be sure, is criminal in the sight of God ; but he does " not do his wife a very material injury, if he does not insult " her.
Page 110 - as to increase its capital by the issue of new shares of such " amount as it thinks expedient, or to consolidate and divide its " capital into shares of larger amount than its existing shares, or " to convert its paid up shares into stock ; but, save as aforesaid, " and save as is hereinafter provided
Page 69 - If there be any other commandment " it is briefly comprehended in this saying, namely, ' Thou shalt "' love thy neighbour as thyself,'
Page 274 - has an interest, or in reference to which he has a duty, is " privileged if made to a person having a corresponding interest

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