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PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN, LAW-PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY ; FOR J. BUTTERWORTH AND SON, FLEET-STREET,
AND J. COOKE, DUBLIN.
1. ALIENATION by Matter of Record - -
2. Private Act - -
6. What makes an Act Private
12. Some Cases in which Private Acts may be obtained -
21. Mode of passing Private Acts
29. Operation of a Private Act
33. Bars an Estate Tail, and all Remainders ·
37. But not a Remainder after an Estate for Life
39. Construction of Private Acts
43. Effect of the General Saving ..
49. May be relieved against
8. Present Manner
Of the Origin and Nature of Fines.
1. Origin of Fines • • .
9. Description of - .
13. Taken from the Roman Law
16. When first introduced
Of the Manner of levying Fines.
1. Ancient Manner of levying Fines - - -
12. Original Writ
22. Licentia Concordandi
23. King's Silver - - -
41. Similar to a Judgment
51. Note - -
52. Foot or Chirograph
58. All the Proceedings on Fines must be recorded
60. No Averment against the Record of a Fine ..
64. Motions to prevent Fines from being completed -
67. Felony to acknowledge a Fine in the Name of another
68. When a Fine is completed
72. When it begins to operate
78. Of the Proclamations -
.: CHAP. III.
Of the several Sorts of Fines.
1. Fines executed and executory . .. - 101
10. Fine sur Cognizance de Droit come ceo, &c. - 103