A Treatise on the Law of Injunctions

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J. Butterworth and J. Cooke, 1821 - 453 Seiten
 

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Seite 213 - But, where, besides the crime, property is acquired which benefits the testator, there an action for the value of the property shall survive against the executor. As, for instance, the executor shall not be chargeable for the injury done by his testator in cutting down another man's trees, but for the benefit arising to his testator for the value or sale of the trees he shall.
Seite 254 - ... particularly describing and ascertaining the nature of the said invention, and in what manner the same is to be performed...
Seite 117 - ... answer swear to be due and in arrear over and above all just allowances, and also the costs taxed in the said suit, there to remain till the hearing of the cause, or to be paid out to the lessor or landlord on good security...
Seite 240 - ... or toleration to be had or made ; or to agree or compound with any others for any penalty or forfeitures limited by any statute ; or of any grant or promise of the benefit, profit, or commodity of any forfeiture, penalty, or sum of money, that is or shall be due by any statute, before judgment thereupon had; and all proclamations, inhibitions, restraints, warrants of assistance, and all other...
Seite 217 - E. for life without impeachment of waste, remainder to trustees ' to preserve, &c., remainder to the first and other sons of E.
Seite 317 - They accordingly made an order of the court prohibiting any person from printing or publishing a periodical, entitled "The Weekly Packet of Advice from Rome, or the History of Popery.
Seite 318 - It is very true that in some cases it may operate so as to multiply copies of mischievous publications by the refusal of the court to interfere by restraining them, but to this my answer is, that, sitting here as a judge upon a mere question of property, I have nothing to do with the nature of the property, nor with the conduct of the parties except as...
Seite 240 - Realm, to the true and first Inventor and Inventors of such Manufactures, which others at the Time of Making such Letters Patents and Grants shall not use, so as also they be not contrary to the Law, nor mischievous to the State, by raising Prices of Commodities at home, or Hurt of Trade, or generally inconvenient...
Seite 240 - Provided also and be it declared and enacted, that any declaration before mentioned shall not extend to any letters patent and grants of privilege for the term of fourteen years or under, hereafter to be made of the sole working or making of any manner of new manufactures within this Realm, to the true and first inventor and inventors of such manufactures, which others at the time of making such letters patents and grants shall not use...
Seite 246 - has been generally understood to denote, either a thing made which is useful for its own sake and vendible as such, as a medicine, a stove, a telescope, and many others; or to mean an engine or instrument, or some part of an engine or instrument, to be employed either in the making of some previously known article, or in some other useful purpose, as a stocking frame, or a steam engine for raising water from mines; or, it may perhaps extend also...

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