Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas and in the Exchequer Chamber: From 1856 ... [to 1865], Volume 12

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Page 219 - An Act to amend the Acts for building and promoting the building of additional Churches in populous Parishes.
Page 109 - But a license to hunt in a man's park and carry away the deer killed to his own use; to cut down a tree in a man's ground, and to carry it away the next day after to his own use —are licenses as to the acts of hunting and cutting down the tree, but as to the carrying away of the deer killed and tree cut down, they are grants.
Page 843 - And the reason why the law allows this private and summary method of doing one's self justice, is because injuries of this kind, which obstruct or annoy such things as are of daily convenience and use, require an immediate remedy, and cannot wait for the slow progress of the ordinary forms of justice.
Page 579 - Colmore and his assigns, for and during the term of his natural life, without impeachment of or for any manner of waste...
Page 573 - Male of his body issuing being always to be preferred and to take before the Younger of such Sons and the Heirs Male of his and their body and bodies issuing...
Page 343 - ... surrender by operation of law. This term is applied to cases where the owner of a particular estate has been a party to some act, the validity of which he is by law afterwards estopped from disputing, and which would not be valid if his particular estate had continued to exist.
Page 461 - ... unless it shall appear that the same was enjoyed by some consent or agreement expressly given or made for that purpose by deed or writing.
Page 83 - The plaintiff claimed 101. for the injury to the ram ; the defendants paid '21. into Court, and contended that they were not liable for more than that amount by virtue of the proviso contained in section 7 of the Railway and Canal Traffic Act (17 & 18 Viet.
Page 473 - October, 1827, between the defendant of the one part, and the plaintiff...
Page 519 - ... no devise in writing of lands, tenements or hereditaments, or any clause thereof, shall be revocable, otherwise than by some other will or codicil in writing, or other writing declaring the same, or by burning, cancelling, tearing or obliterating the same by the testator himself, or in his presence, and by his directions and consent...

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