The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the English Courts of Common Law and Equity, from the Year 1785, as are Still of Practical Utility. 1785-1866, Band 28

Frederick Pollock, Robert Campbell, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Edward Potton, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead
Sweet & Maxwell, limited, 1897

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Seite 234 - Kingdom, shall, except in criminal proceedings, be pleaded or given in evidence, or admitted to be good, useful or available in law or equity, unless it is duly stamped in accordance with the law in force at the time when it was first executed.
Seite 120 - God and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner...
Seite 231 - Baron directed the jury to find a verdict for the plaintiff, but reserved liberty to the defendant to move to enter a non-suit. A rule nisi having been obtained for that purpose...
Seite 471 - Term, 1820, when a verdict was found for the plaintiffs, subject to the opinion of this Court upon the following case : — The...
Seite 486 - Term, 1828, the jury found a verdict for the plaintiffs, subject to the opinion of the Court on the following case.
Seite 529 - ... execution, unless the party at whose suit the execution is sued out shall, before the removal of such goods from off...
Seite 170 - ... as she should by deed or will appoint, and in default of appointment in trust for...
Seite 364 - ALDERSON, B. We think that there ought to be a new trial in this case; but, in so doing, we deem it to be expedient and necessary to state explicitly the rule which the Judge, at the next trial, ought, in our opinion, to direct the jury to be governed by when they estimate the damages.
Seite 660 - A rule having been obtained to shew cause why the judgment should not be arrested, on the ground that there was no consideration for the defendant's promise, Erskine and Wood now shewed cause. This was a bargain and sale on condition; and though the plaintiff...
Seite 524 - Why? Because the property is vested in the buyer so as to subject him to the risk of any accident; but he has not an indefeasible right to the possession, and his insolvency, without payment of the price, defeats that right.

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