Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: By the Right Hon. Sir John Leach ... [and Others] Vice-chancellors of England. [1826-1852], Volumen17

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Página 141 - ... that it might be referred to one of the Masters of the Court to take...
Página 445 - Moiety thereof to the use of His Majesty, his Heirs and Successors, and the other Moiety thereof to the use of him, her, or them who shall sue for the same.
Página 160 - Judge's order, or order of nisi prius, in any action now brought or which shall be hereafter brought, or by or in pursuance of any submission to reference containing an agreement that such submission shall be made a rule of any of his Majesty's Courts of record...
Página 49 - Griffith, his intended wife, lawfully to be begotten, severally, successively, and in remainder, one after another, as they, and every of them, shall be in seniority of age and priority of birth...
Página 400 - Books, without the Consent of the Proprietor or Proprietors thereof first had and obtained in Writing, signed in the Presence of two or more credible Witnesses...
Página 159 - Lord one thousand six hundred and ninety-eight, it shall and may be lawful for all merchants and traders, and others, desiring to end any controversy, suit or quarrel, controversies, suits or quarrels, for which there is no other remedy but by personal action or suit in equity...
Página 31 - ... but did desire her at or before her death to give such leases, house, furniture, goods and chattels, plate and jewels, unto and amongst such of his own relations as she should think most deserving and approve of," and made his wife executrix, and died the 23d of January, 1736, without issue.
Página 161 - That any Arbitration or Umpirage procured by Corruption, or undue means, shall be judged and esteemed void and of none effect, and accordingly be set aside by any Court of Law or Equity, so as Complaint of such Corruption or undue Practice be made in the Court where the Rule is made for Submission to such Arbitration or Umpirage, before the last Day of the next Term after such Arbitration or Umpirage made and published to the Parties ; any thing in this Act contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

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