The Scots Law Times, Volume 1

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C.E. Green, 1919 - Law
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Page 245 - of the company, or any part thereof, for such consideration as the company may think fit, and in particular for cash or for shares, stock, debentures, or securities of any other company, or partly in one and partly in another or others of such modes. The Companies (Consolidation) Act 1908 (8 Edw. VII. cap. 69) enacts: Section
Page 129 - testator, however clearly expressed, from taking effect in the case of heritable estate. I can discover no indication of an intention that the house should be sold and the proceeds invested. I therefore answer the first question in the negative and the second in the affirmative.
Page 91 - between the contract price and the market or current price of the goods at the time or times when they ought to have been delivered, or, if no time was fixed, then at the time of the refusal to deliver.
Page 14 - improvements might together, in their actual state, be reasonably expected to let from year to year, in consequence of such erections or structural improvements having been made, and shall make a separate entry thereof in the Valuation Roll, setting forth all the particulars relating thereto as hereinbefore provided with respect to other lands and heritages.
Page 245 - With regard to the proposed extension of objects, it is averred in the petition that they are all calculated to enable the company to carry on its business more economically or efficiently, and to carry on any other business which, under existing circumstances, may conveniently or advantageously be combined with the main
Page 287 - and in the course of his employment within the meaning of the Workmen's Compensation Act 1906?"—was answered in the negative in the Court of Session. It has been decided in this House in the case of Brintons Ltd. v. Turvey ([1905] AC 230)
Page 97 - Section 2. Every railway company, canal company, and railway and canal company, shall, according to their respective powers, afford all reasonable facilities for the receiving and forwarding, and delivering of traffic upon and from the several railways and canals belonging to or worked by such
Page 245 - 9 (1). Subject to the provisions of this section a company may, by special resolution, alter the provisions of its memorandum with respect to the objects of the company, so far as may be required to enable it— (а) to carry
Page 312 - or acts or assists in the management of a brothel .... shall on summary conviction in manner provided by the Summary Jurisdiction Acts be liable (1) to a penalty not exceeding twenty pounds, or, in the discretion of the Court, to
Page 83 - 2. It shall be lawful for the competent naval or military authority and any person duly authorised by him, where for the purpose of securing the public safety or the defence of the realm it is necessary so to do— (a) to take possession of any

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