Public Laws of the Confederate States of America: Passed at the First-fourth Sessions of the First Congress and the 1st Sess. of the Second Congress, 1862-1864 : Carefully Collated with the Originals at Richmond

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James Muscoe Matthews
R.M. Smith, printer to Congress, 1862 - Law - 288 pages
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Page 151 - ... shall fail to make and exhibit a list or return required by law, but shall consent to disclose the particulars of any and all the property, goods, wares and merchandise, articles...
Page 37 - For serving a writ of possession, partition, execution, or any final process, the same mileage as is allowed for the service of any other writ...
Page 154 - Such time shall not be less than ten nor more than twenty days from the date of such notification...
Page 168 - ... confirmation or other legal establishment of a prior British, French, or Spanish grant thereof, or for want of title thereto in the United States, from any other cause whatsoever, shall be entitled to repayment of any sum or sums of money paid for...
Page 154 - ... dwelling or usual place of business, with some person of suitable age and discretion, if any such can be found, with a note of the sum demanded, and the time and place of sale; and the said officer shall forthwith cause a notification to be published in some newspaper...
Page 234 - Britain and in the actual receipt thereof ; and every such trustee, guardian, tutor, curator, committee, agent, or receiver shall be answerable for the doing of all such acts, matters, and things as shall be required to be done by virtue of this Act in order to the assessing of any such person to the duties granted by this Act, and paying the same.
Page 154 - ... distrained, a copy of which, signed by the officer making such distraint, shall be left with the owner or possessor of such...
Page 30 - Provided further, That all persons under the age of eighteen years or over the age of thirty-five years, who are now enrolled in the military service of the Confederate States, in the regiments, squadrons, battalions, and companies hereafter to be re-organized, shall be required to remain in their respective companies, squadrons, battalions and regiments for ninety days, unless their places can be sooner supplied by other recruits not now in the service, who...
Page 36 - For executing a deed prepared by a party or his attorney, one dollar. For drawing and executing a deed, five dollars.
Page 155 - ... his legal representatives, or if he or they cannot be found, or refuse to receive the same, then such surplus shall be deposited in the treasury of the United States, to be there held for the use of the owner or his...

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