Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With Tables of the Names of the Cases and the Principal Matters, Band 6

J. Butterworth and Son, 1829

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Seite 69 - were referred to. And the Court afterwards sent the following certificate : This case has been argued before us by counsel. We have considered it, and are of opinion that the conveyance by the plaintiff to Lady Mary Stanley is not a good and valid conveyance against the issue of the plaintiff's second marriage.
Seite 68 - issuing; remainder to the use of the second, third, fourth, and all and every other son and sons of the plaintiff on the body of any such woman or women, and the heirs male of his and their bodies; remainder to the use of all and every the daughters of the plaintiff on the body of the said Susan
Seite 67 - said, they would consider the case and certify their opinion. Afterwards the following certificate was sent: We have heard this case argued by counsel and have considered it, and are of opinion, that none of the limitations contained in the said settlement, made on the
Seite 122 - not demanded), then this demise, and every article, clause, and thing herein contained shall cease, determine, and be utterly void to all intents and purposes, any thing herein contained to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding;
Seite 97 - v. Ogden, it was observed that it was a penal law and not an ordinance, like the present, of the hostile state which gave rise to that question; and it was decided upon the principle that the penal laws of one country cannot be taken notice of in another
Seite 169 - and Lankester formally for them. The question for the opinion of the Court is, Whether the plaintiffs are entitled to recover ? If they are, the verdict to stand; if not, a nonsuit to be entered.
Seite 68 - heirs till the marriage, and afterwards to the use of him and his assigns for life, without impeachment of waste; remainder to the use of the said Lord Grey and the three other trustees in trust, to preserve contingent
Seite 324 - East, 440. It is also a general principle of law, wherever a power is given to any particular persons to do any written act in any particular manner, or under certain particular circumstances, whether it be to parish officers or magistrates, to grant certificates under which, if duly executed, other persons, especially public officers,
Seite 177 - I am entirely of the same opinion. It seems to me that the second service, being inconsistent with and in a different character from the first, must be considered as a service referable to the engagement with the second master, and not with the
Seite 62 - in trust to preserve contingent remainders; remainder to the use of the first and other sons of the said T. Legard successively in tail male, with like remainders respectively to the use of the defendants W. and D. and

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