The New Zealand Law Reports, Volume 19
New Zealand Council of Law Reporting, 1901 - Courts
Digest for 1903-1907 contains "Index of cases reported in the Gazette law reports and not reported in the New Zealand law reports."
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Page 365 - ship may appear to the judicial mind to be. On the other " hand, if the Crown, seeking to recover the tax, cannot bring " the subject within the letter of the law, the subject is free, " however apparently within the spirit of the law the case " might otherwise appear to be.
Page 125 - hold the trust estate upon trust for all the testator's children who, being sons, should attain the age of twenty-one years, or, being daughters, should attain that age or marry, in equal shares. The testator died in 1879. At
Page 290 - direct a sale of the property and a distribution of the proceeds, instead of a division of the property between or among the parties interested, the Court shall, unless it sees good reason to the contrary, direct a sale of the property accordingly, and give all necessary or proper consequential directions. The
Page 805 - mark, or trade description; and (4) that, on demand " made by or on behalf of the prosecutor, he gave all the " information in his power with respect to the persons from "whom he obtained such goods or things; or (c) that
Page 557 - re-enter upon the said ." demised premises, or any part thereof in the name of the " whole, and the same to have again, repossess, and enjoy as
Page 393 - A scintilla of evidence, or a mere " surmise that there may have been negligence on the part of '* the defendants, clearly would not justify the Judge in leaving "the case to the jury :' there must be evidence upon which " they might reasonably and properly conclude that there was
Page 402 - it is fully established that no precise form of words is necessary to constitute a covenant. Any words in a deed which show an agreement to do a thing make a covenant, but it must be clear that they are meant to. operate as an agreement, and not merely as words of condition or qualification. In
Page 804 - of this Act: Be it therefore enacted as follows: 1. All such " goods, and also all goods of foreign manufacture bearing any " name or trade-mark being or purporting to be the name or " trade-mark of any manufacturer, dealer, or trader in the • " United Kingdom, or New Zealand, or any other British