Decisions of the Court of Session: from November 1825 to [20th July 1841] ...
Scotland. Court of Session, F. Somerville, J. Tawse, John Craigie, George Robinson, Charles Gordon Robertson, Faculty of Advocates (Edinburgh, Scotland), Scotland. High Court of Justiciary, Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
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Page 774 - trial by jury to civil causes, in that part of Great Britain ' called Scotland, in the manner provided by an act passed in the ' fifty-fifth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An ' act to facilitate the administration of justice in that part of the ' United Kingdom called Scotland, by extending trial by jury to
Page 776 - act passed in the fifty-fifth year of his late Majesty King George the ' Third, intituled, An act to facilitate the administration of justice in ' that part of Great Britain called Scotland, by the extending of 'jury trial to civil causes; and by another act, passed in the fifty' ninth year of his late Majesty's reign,
Page 54 - The Lords Commissioners of Justiciary ' decern and adjudge the said James Macrae to be an outlaw and ' fugitive from his Majesty's laws, and ordain him to be put to his ' Majesty's horn, and all his moveable goods and gear to be escheat ' and inbrought to his Majesty's use, for his contempt and
Page 467 - their lands and estates, and to substitute heirs • in their tailzies, with such provisions and conditions as they shall ' think fit, and to affect the said tailzies with irritant and resolutive • clauses, whereby it shall not be lawful to the heirs of tailzie to sell,
Page 186 - the suspender entitled to expenses, allows an account thereof to ' be given in, and remits the same, when lodged, to the Auditor, for ' his taxation and report.
Page 411 - finds the pursuer entitled to his expenses, incurred to this date, ' out of the trust-fund; appoints an account thereof to be given in, ' and when lodged, remits the same to the Auditor to tax and re«port.
Page 291 - rights and powers, subject as aforesaid, shall, during his ' Majesty's life, be carried to, and made part of the consolidated ' fund of the United Kingdom, saving always to all and every
Page 316 - it is a universal principle, that when a man is ' charged with doing an act, of which the probable consequence « may be highly injurious, the intention is an inference of law ' resulting from the doing of the act