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A Manual of the Practice of the Supreme Court of Judicature in the Queen's ...
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Page 35 - COURT OF CHANCERY. With the Nature of the several Offices belonging to that Court. And the Reports of many Cases wherein Relief hath been there had, and where denyed. "This volume, in paper, type, and binding (like ' Bellewe's Cases ') is a fac-simile of the antique edition All who buy the one should buy the other.
Page 45 - Law Journal. In 8vo, Second Edition, considerably enlarged, price 30^., cloth THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT In Works of Literature and Art ; including that of the Drama, Music, Engraving, Sculpture, Painting, Photography, and Ornamental and Useful Designs ; together with International and Foreign Copyright, with the Statutes Relating thereto, and References to the English and American Decisions. By WALTER ARTHUR COPINGER, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
Page 20 - Primarily designed for the Use of Students preparing for Examination at Oxford, Cambridge, and the Inns of Court. BY SEYMOUR F. HARRIS, BCL, MA, OF WORCESTER COLLEGE, OXFORD, AND THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AUTHOR OF "UNIVERSITIES AND LEGAL EDUCATION,
Page 33 - REPORTS OF THE DECISIONS OF THE JUDGES FOR THE TRIAL OF ELECTION PETITIONS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND. PURSUANT TO THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS ACT, 1868. BY EDWARD LOUGHLIN O'MALLEY AND HENRY HARDCASTLE.
Page 208 - Court shall think just; and if an injunction is asked, either before, or at, or after the hearing of any cause or matter, to prevent any threatened or apprehended waste or trespass...
Page 35 - KELYNG'S (Sir J.) Reports of Divers Cases in Pleas of the Crown in the Reign of King Charles II., with Directions to Justices of the Peace, and others ; to which are added, Three Modern Cases, viz., Armstrong and Lisle, the King and Plummer, the Queen and Mawgridge. Third Edition, containing...
Page 166 - ... the vacancy should not be supplied, and the parties or arbitrators do not supply the vacancy : '•any party may serve the other parties or the arbitrators, as the case may be, with a written notice to appoint an arbitrator, umpire, or third arbitrator.
Page 47 - FOUNDED ON THE INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN: TOGETHER WITH EXAMINATION QUESTIONS SET IN THE UNIVERSITY AND BAR EXAMINATIONS (WITH SOLUTIONS), And Definitions of Leading Terms in the Words of the Principal Authorities. BY GORDON CAMPBELL, Of the Inner Temple, MA,, late Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford; MA, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Author of " An Analysis of Austin's Jurisprudence, or the Philosophy of Positive Law.
Page 140 - Judge at the trial was not asked to leave to them, unless in the opinion of the Court to which the application is made some substantial wrong or miscarriage has been thereby occasioned in the trial...
Page 278 - ... question in this suit set forth in the first and second parts of the first Schedule hereto. 2. I object to produce the said documents set forth in the second part of the said first Schedule hereto. 3. That [here state upon what grounds the objection is made, and verify the facts as far as may be].