PLEADING AND PRACTICE OF THE HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY

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Page 1633 - The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bounden А. В., his heirs, executors or administrators, shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the...
Page 1799 - A Writ of Injunction may be described to be a judicial process, whereby a party is required to do a particular thing, or to refrain from doing a particular thing...
Page 2095 - And be it further enacted, that where any person seised of any land upon any trust shall be out of the jurisdiction of or not amenable to the process of the Court of Chancery...
Page 1907 - ... of the Bank of England by all their Lands and Chattels in your Bailiwick, so that they, or any of them, do not intermeddle therewith until We otherwise command you ; and that you answer Us the Issues of the said Lands, so that they do appear before Us in Our High Court of Chancery on the Day of to answer a certain Bill of Complaint lately exhibited against them and other Defendants before Us in Our said Court of Chancery by Complainant; and further, to do and receive what Our said Court shall...
Page 2095 - Court shall think proper and direct; and every such infant shall make such conveyance accordingly, and every such conveyance shall be as valid and effectual to all intents and purposes, as if such person or persons being an infant or infants, was or were at the time of executing the same, of the full age of twenty-one years.
Page 2140 - Any person who would under the circumstances alleged by him to exist, become entitled, upon the happening of any future event, to any honour, title, dignity, or office, or to any estate or interest in any property, real or personal, the right or claim to which cannot by him be brought to trial before the happening of such event, may commence an action to perpetuate any testimony which may be material for establishing such right or claim.
Page 1866 - The rule that, where a penalty is inserted merely to secure the enjoyment of a collateral object, the enjoyment of the object is considered as the principal intent of the deed, and the penalty only as accessional, and therefore only to secure the damage really incurred, is too strongly established in equity to be shaken.
Page 2116 - Lands, and also the Costs of obtaining the proper Orders for any of the Purposes aforesaid , and of the Orders for the Payment of the Dividends and Interest of the Securities upon which such...
Page 2084 - Majesty, and her most noble progenitors, as by sundry other well-disposed persons; some for relief of aged, impotent and poor people, some for maintenance of sick and maimed soldiers and mariners...
Page 2073 - ... purposes, it shall be lawful for such infant, or his guardian, in the name of such infant, by the direction of the Court of Chancery, to be signified by an order to be made in a summary way upon the petition of such infant or his guardian, to make such lease of the land of such persons respectively, or any part thereof, according to his or her interest therein respectively, and to the nature of the tenure of such estates respectively, for such term or terms of years, and subject to such rents...

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