The Laws Respecting Commons and Commoners: Comprising the Law Relative to the Rights and Privileges of Both Lords and Commoners ...

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Prinited for W. Clarke and Sons, 1806 - 108 Seiten
 

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Seite 84 - England in the name and with the privity of the accountant general of the Court of Chancery, to be placed to his account there to the credit of the owner (describing...
Seite 86 - Court, be paid to such person or persons as would for the time being be entitled to the rents and profits of such lands, tenements, and hereditaments so to be purchased...
Seite 100 - ... if particularly named therein. And it cannot be altered, amended, dispensed with, suspended, or repealed, but in the same forms and by the same authority of parliament : for it is a maxim in law, that it requires the same strength to dissolve, as to create an obligation.
Seite 100 - AN act of parliament, thus made, is the exercise of the highest authority that this kingdom acknowledges upon earth. It hath power to bind every subject in the land, and the dominions thereunto belonging ; nay, even the king himself if particularly named therein.
Seite 51 - Majefty's juftices of the peace, and to be levied by diftrefs and fale of the goods and chattels of the offender, by virtue of a warrant under the hand and féal of fuch juftice before whom the fame fhall be recovered, directed to any confiable, or other peace officer.
Seite 86 - Chancery, be paid into the hands of two trustees to be nominated by the person or persons who for the time being would be entitled to the rents and profits of the lands, tenements and hereditaments...
Seite 49 - ¿(Turing thereof to the perfon and ufes afoiefaid, in as full and ample manner to all intents and purpofes, as...
Seite 84 - That in every bill for inclosing lands, the names of the commissioners proposed to be appointed, and the compensation intended for the lord of the manor and the owners of tithes, in lieu of their respective rights, and also the compensation intended to be made for the enfranchisement of copyholds, where any bargains or agreements have been made for such compensations, be inserted in the copy of the bill presented to the house ; and that all copies of such bills which shall be sent to...
Seite 39 - Pastures, and the major Part in Number and Value of the Owners and Occupiers of...
Seite 99 - But if any amendments are made, such amendments are sent down with the bill to receive the concurrence of the Commons. If the Commons disagree to the amendments, a conference usually follows between members deputed from each...

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