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Page 49 - ... rights or interests so far as they may be affected by such application to be dealt with by the court, and every such notice shall specify to whom and in what manner such notification is to be delivered or left. In case no notification shall be delivered or left in accordance with the notice and within the...
Page 137 - If any child in this section mentioned shall not have acquired a settlement for itself, or being a female shall not have derived a settlement from her husband, and it cannot be shown what settlement such child or female derived from the parent without inquiring into the derivative settlement of such parent, such child or female shall be deemed to be settled in the parish in which he or she was born.
Page 47 - ... by the petitioner at chambers to appoint a solicitor if such woman is resident within the jurisdiction of the Court, and if not so resident, a person, whether a solicitor or not, to take such examination. ^ 15. Upon every petition the Court shall be satisfied by sufficient evidence that it is proper and consistent with a due regard for the interests of all parties entitled under the settlement...
Page 65 - Honours, or of obtaining a Certificate of fitness for -being called to the Bar, will be admissible. " Each Student proposing to submit himself for Examination, will be required to enter his name...
Page 63 - Decrees. Judgments, and Orders in the High Court of Justice and Courts of Appeal, having especial reference to the Chancery Division, with Practical Notes. Fourth Edition. By RH LEACH, Esq., Senior Registrar of the Chancery Division ; PGA 'WILLIAMS, of the Inner Temple, Esq.
Page 111 - ... to send the case by letters of request to the court of appeal of the province, to be there heard and determined according to the law and practice of such court...
Page 48 - ... received the purport thereof, and also the names of the persons, if any, notice to whom has been dispensed with, and whether the Order is made subject to any and what rights, estate, or interest of any person whose concurrence or consent has been refused, or who shall not or shall not be deemed to have submitted his rights or interests to be dealt with by the Court, or whose rights or interests ought, in the opinion of the Court, to be excepted.
Page 82 - ... the firm, it is necessary not only to prove the signature, but that it was used as the signature of the firm by a party authorized to use it on that occasion, and for that purpose. In other words, it must be shown to be used for partnership objects, and as a partnership act.
Page 47 - ... 5. Where it is desired that any guardian of an infant shall make or consent to any application to the Court under the Act, or make any notification respecting any application to the Court, or that notice may be given to any such guardian on behalf of an infant, the Court may appoint a guardian to such infant for the purposes of the Act, and an application for such appointment may, after the petition is presented, be made at chambers by the petitioner by summons. And if an infant is the petitioner,...