Irish Law Reports: Particularly of Points of Practice, Argued and Determined in the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer in Ireland. third series of 'the law recorder', Band 11
Printed and published for R. Carrick, 1849
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Seite 269 - On the trial or hearing of such action or suit, it shall be sufficient to prove that the defendant at the time of making such call was a holder of one share or more in the undertaking, and that such call was in fact made, and sacii (d) Sec ante, 418, note (t).
Seite 518 - To the use of the said CD and his assigns for and during the term of his natural life without impeachment of waste And from and after the determination of that estate by forfeiture or otherwise in his lifetime To the use of the said YZ and his heirs during the life...
Seite 282 - ... the under-leases, be as good and valid to all intents and purposes as if all the under-leases derived thereout had been likewise surrendered at or before the taking of such new lease...
Seite 225 - I am glad to fasten myself, in some measure, on his great authority, and say, that when I look upon these Acts of Parliament, I regard them all in the light of contracts made by the legislature on behalf of every person interested in any thing to be done under them, and I have no hesitation in asserting, that, unless that principle is applied in construing statutes of this description, they become instruments of greater oppression than any thing in the whole system of administration under our constitution.
Seite 411 - ... and he shall, in violation of good faith, and contrary to the object or purpose for which such chattel, security, or power of attorney shall have been entrusted to him, sell, negotiate, transfer, pledge, or in any manner convert to his own use or benefit such chattel or security, or the proceeds of the same...
Seite 225 - I apprehend those who come for them to Parliament, do, in effect, undertake that they shall do and submit to whatever the Legislature empowers and compels them to do ; and that they shall do nothing else : — that they shall do and shall forbear all that they are thereby required to do and to forbear, as well with reference to the interests of the public, as with reference to the interests of individuals.
Seite 282 - ... shall hold and enjoy the messuages, lands and tenements, " in the respective under-leases comprised, as if the original leases "out of which the respective under-leases are derived had been " still kept on foot and continued...
Seite 191 - ... owner to sell to them such piece of land ; and any dispute as to the value of such piece of land, or as to what would be the expense of making such communication, shall be ascertained as herein provided for cases of disputed compensation ; and on the occasion of ascertaining the value of the land required to be taken for the purposes of the works, the...