« PreviousContinue »
Jones o. Davison
cutors of Houston, o. Ro Kemble and Others v. At-
kins and Another 427 Horsefall 0. Davy Hindle v. Bell and Ano
L. , ther Hastings and Others v. Wil.
Lewis o. Smith, Esq. son and Others 290 Levy v. Costerton Hart o. Biggs
Levi and Others, ExecuHart d. White
tors of Angelo Levi, v. Harman o. Lasbrey
Barnes Headlam o. Hedley
Litt and Another o. CowHedley v. La Page
ley and Others
938 Head and Another 0. Lord Mayor of London v. Sewell
Joseph Israel Brandon 438 Hedbergh and Another v.
Lee v. Munn
Lovelock v. Cheveley 552 Houstman o. Thornton
Lowden and Another o. Hill o. Leigh and Reay,
Hierons Sheriff of Middlesex 217 Harding o. Greening 531 Hutchinson o. Gascoigne 507 May and Others o. Christie 67 Hughes d. Morley
Marsh v. Pedder
72 Humble o. Hunt
Morris v. Stacey
153 Hay and Another o. Monk Milne o. Prest
house and Another 609 Mitchell and Others v. La. Hartley v. Harriman : 617 page
253 Hodgson v. Scarlett, Esq. 621 M^Cloughan o. Clayton and Hurd o. Brydges 654 Riding
478 Hardman v. Clegg
657 | Mills v. Spencer Vol. I.
Rex v. Smith
Pearce and Others o. Cowie 69
Stewart o. Smith
Simpson o. Bliss
Sharp o. Scoging
Smith o. Horne and Others 644
Rex v. Akenhead
Page. Page. Wakefield v. Gall 526 Withers and Others v. Lys and Another
18 Wood and Another o. Zimmer and Others
Yeates and Another v. Pim
95 · Warner and Another v. Barber
2. Weyland o. Elkins Wright o. Horton
458 Zwinger and Another v. Wyatt o. Gore 299 | Samuda
SSUMPSIT by the steward of the manors of In an action
by the steward rey, against the defendant, for fees claimed to be a particular
rate of fees due for his admission to six separate copyhold claimed to be
due to him estates, under the will of his father. -Plea the gene- from a tenant
on his admisral issue, and 201. paid into Court.
sion to six several copyhold
estates, if he The plaintiff had been charged with distinct and fail to establi
a custom for entire fees for his admission to the several copyhold his charges,
he may, notestates. Six admissions had been entered upon withstanding,
resort to a the Court rolls, copies of which had been made quantum meruit.
Held afterward by the Court, that where a person is admitted to several distinct copyhold tenements, the steward of the manor is not entitled, without proving a custom, to full fees on each admission, separately; but he may stand on his quantum meruit.