Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, Court of Exchequer, Court of Justiciary and in the House of Lords, from 11th November 1851 to 20th July 1852, Том 1

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Сторінка 419 - The said Deed of Transfer (when duly executed) shall be delivered to the Secretary, and be kept by him ; and the Secretary shall enter a Memorial thereof in a Book, to be called the "Register of Transfers...
Сторінка 134 - ... tender, utter, or put off any false or counterfeit coin resembling or apparently intended to resemble or pass for any of the Queen's current gold or silver coin, knowing the same to be false or counterfeit, shall, in England and Ireland, be guilty of a misdemeanor...
Сторінка 544 - That any Summons or Notice, or any Writ or other Proceeding at Law or in...
Сторінка 658 - ... so important for the Court, in construing modern statutes, to act upon the principle of giving full effect to their language, and of declining to mould that language in order to meet either an alleged convenience or an alleged equity, upon doubtful evidence of intention, that nothing will induce me to withdraw a case from the operation of a section which is within its words, but clear and unambiguous evidence that so to do is to fulfil the general intent of the statute ; and also that to adhere...
Сторінка 674 - ... if any of the said aged and impotent persons, not being so diseased, lame, or impotent but that they may work in some manner of work...
Сторінка 687 - Session, upon the Ground of the undue Admission of Evidence, if in the Opinion of the Court the Exclusion of such Evidence could not have led to a different Verdict than that actually pronounced ; and it shall not be imperative on the Court to sustain a Bill of Exceptions, on the Ground of the undue Rejection of documentary Evidence, when it shall appear from the Documents themselves that they ought not to have affected the Result at which the Jury by their Verdict have arrived.
Сторінка 362 - I have rarely come upon any principle that seems less reconcilable to legal reason. I can conceive some reasonings for exempting the employer from liability altogether, but not one for exempting him only when those who act for him injure one of themselves. It rather seems to me that these are the very persons who have the strongest claim upon him for reparation, because they incur danger on his account, and *certainly are not understood, by our law, to come under [215 any engagement to take these...
Сторінка 425 - Where he is employed to buy or sell goods, he is not intrusted with the custody or possession of them, and is not authorized to buy or sell them in his own name. He is strictly, therefore, a middle man, or intermediate negotiator between the parties.
Сторінка 656 - An Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the Poor in England and Wales...
Сторінка 755 - Court may make such order as the justice of the case may require, which order shall be final. Under this statute, it is insisted that the Court had no power to alter the first issue. Several decisions on this legislative provision were cited at the bar, but they do not apply to the case before the house, and it was at last admitted by the counsel for the appellant, that the point had never been decided.

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