Reports of Cases Relative to the Duty and Office of a Justice of the Peace: From Michaelmas Term 1776, Inclusive, to Trinity Term 1785, Inclusive, Parts 1-3

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His Majesty's Law-Printers, 1786 - Justices of the peace
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Page 188 - And it is hereby enacted and declared that all and every person and persons not having lands and tenements, or some other estate of inheritance in his own or his wife's right, of the clear yearly value of one hundred pounds per annum or for term of life, or having lease or leases of ninety-nine years or for any longer term of the clear yearly value...
Page 198 - ... be made without any rent reserved upon the same, by reason of any fine or income paid beforehand, or by any other fraud or covin, that then, in every such case, the tenant or farmer, tenants...
Page 385 - Majefty's reign, for granting an aid to his Majefty by a " land-tax to be railed in Great Britain for the fervice of the ** year 1783," and made in the following manner: •3 D 2 Names •
Page 157 - June, if any such tenant or lessee shall fraudulently remove and convey away his or her goods or chattels as aforesaid, or if any person or persons shall wilfully and knowingly aid or assist any such tenant or lessee in such fraudulent conveying away or carrying off of any part of his or...
Page 189 - ... seised in his own right, or in the right of his wife, of lands or tenements, of an estate of inheritance, or for his or her life, within the...
Page 217 - The true policy is certainly to enlarge and not to narrow the diftridt, within which the poor are to be maintained. As to the objection of its being an injury to property, the introduction of a numerous inhabitancy, by increafing the...
Page 78 - ... the year, sometimes lodged with his master, sometimes in another house in the parish ; and when he lodged with his master he paid him for his diet and lodging. He sometimes absented himself, to drink or play, for a week, or fortnight, and never asked his master's leave for such absence. His master, on his return, was angry, and checked him, but always received him again. During such absence he never worked for his master, nor did he, nor could he, for any other person. He took the same liberty...
Page 200 - ... upon the true knowledge or division of any rent or tithes, within the liberties of the said city, or of any extent or assessment thereof, or if any doubt arise upon any other thing contained within this Decree...
Page 157 - ... law, and in a summary way determine whether such person or persons be guilty of the offence with which he or they are charged, and to...
Page 282 - The parifh cannot tell who is the landlord, or who has a rent charge. It is upon the occupier that the officer of government takes his remedy ; and though the landlord is directed to allow the fum levied out of the rent, the parifh have nothing to do with transitions between landlord and tenant...

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