The Weekly Notes, Volume 4

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Frederick Pollock
Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales, 1869 - Law
 

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Page 179 - ... to or for any voter, or to or for any person on behalf of any voter, or to or for any other person in order to induce any voter to vote or refrain from voting...
Page 240 - ... judge that reasonable efforts have been made to effect personal service, and either that the writ has come to the knowledge of the defendant, or that he wilfully evades service of the same, and has not appeared thereto, it shall be lawful for such court or judge to order that the plaintiff...
Page 184 - If the defendant's signature to the document was obtained upon a fraudulent representation that it was a guaranty, and the defendant signed it without knowing that it was a bill, and under the belief that it was a guaranty, and if he was not guilty of any negligence in so signing the paper, he was entitled to the verdict"; and this direction was held proper.
Page 30 - ... if in any action commenced after the passing of this act in any of Her Majesty's superior courts of record, the plaintiff shall recover a sum not exceeding 20 if the action is founded on contract...
Page 22 - Cholmondeley, sealed and delivered in the presence of, and to be attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 30 - Majesty's superior courts of record, the plaintiff shall recover a sum not exceeding 20 if the action is founded on contract, or 10 if founded on tort, whether by verdict, judgment by default, or on demurrer, or otherwise, he shall not be entitled to any costs of suit unless the judge certify on the record that there was sufficient reason for bringing such action in such superior court, or unless the court or a judge at chambers shall, by rule or order, allow such costs.
Page 106 - ... but omitting the amounts due to them respectively, or (as the judge shall think fit) complete copies of such list...
Page 240 - Act, 1852, and the Debtors' Act, 1869, it is ordered that on and after the 1st day of January, 1870, the following Rules shall be in force for regelating the practice under and carrying into effect the first part of the said Debtors' Act, 1869. 1. All applications to commit to prison under section 5 shall, in the first instance, be made by summons before a judge, which shall specify the date and other particulars of the judgment or order for non-payment of which the application is made, together...
Page 216 - CP 37, to an action by the payee against the drawer of a bill of exchange, payable twelve months after date, the defendant pleaded that he drew the bill and delivered it to the plaintiff for the accommodation of the acceptor and as surety for him ; that, at the time the defendant so drew and delivered the bill to the plaintiff, it was agreed between the plaintiff and defendant and the acceptor that the acceptor should deposit with the plaintiff certain securities, to be held by the plaintiff as security...
Page 238 - Queen to go, return, pass, and repass, on foot, and with horses, carts, and carriages, at all times of the year, at their free will and pleasure...

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