The Scots Law Times, Volume 2

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C.E. Green & Son, Limited, 1916 - Law
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Page 300 - Provided that, where the reduction does not involve either the diminution of any liability in respect of unpaid share capital or the payment to any shareholder of any paid-up share capital, the Court may, if it thinks expedient, dispense altogether with the addition of the words 'and reduced.'
Page 214 - made by a person in the discharge of some public or private duty, whether legal or moral, or in the conduct of his own affairs, in matters where his interest is concerned.
Page 11 - It was there laid down that a new trial ought not to be granted on the ground that the verdict is against the weight of the evidence unless the verdict is one which a jury, viewing the whole of the evidence reasonably, could not properly find. In
Page 130 - defect in the machinery or hull, not resulting from want of due diligence by the owners of the ship or any of them, or by the ship's husband or manager. The steamer has liberty to call at any port in any order, to sail without pilots,
Page 51 - for any signal authorised to be used in the case of an attack by the enemy, or communicate any information likely to cause any such authorised signal to be displayed or made ; and if any person acts in contravention of this provision he shall be guilty of an offence
Page 333 - (Fourth) And further, and in any event, it Ought and Should be Found and Declared by decree foresaid that the holders of the said deferred stock of the defenders are entitled to require the defenders for each half-year ending thirty-first January and thirty-first July, or otherwise for each half-year ending thirtieth June and thirty-first December,
Page 133 - arrests and restraints of princes, rulers, and people, collisions, stranding, and other accidents of navigation excepted, even when occasioned by negligence, default, or error in judgment of the pilot, master, mariners, or other servants of the shipowner.'
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Page 68 - 274 (1) (c) of the Companies Act 1908, which requires a foreign company, which establishes a place of business in the United Kingdom, to file with the Registrar of Companies inter alia " the names and addresses of some one or more persons resident in the United Kingdom authorised to accept on behalf of the company service of process, and
Page 214 - in the conduct of his own affairs, in matters where his interest is concerned," and that he had "legitimate cause " to speak of his reasons for dismissing the pursuers with " reasonable attention

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