"Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the Supreme Court, During the Year ..., Volume 8

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Page 450 - The Company shall to the best of its ability preserve peace and order in such ways and manners as it shall consider necessary, and may with that object make ordinances (to be approved by our Secretary of State), and may establish and maintain a force of police.
Page 368 - WHEREAS certain societies, commonly called Building Societies, have been established in different parts of the kingdom, principally amongst the industrious classes, for the purpose of raising by small periodical subscriptions a fund to assist the members thereof in obtaining a small freehold or leasehold property ; and it is expedient to afford encouragement and protection to such societies and the property obtained therewith.
Page 202 - ... giving and granting unto my said attorney full power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requisite and necessary to be done in and about the premises, as fully to all intents and purposes as I might or could do if personally present...
Page 520 - ... an incorporated company, and having perpetual succession and a common seal, with power to hold lands, but with such liability on the part of the members to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of the same being wound up as is hereinafter mentioned : a certificate of the incorporation of any company given by the registrar shall be conclusive evidence that all the requisitions of this Act in respect of registration have been complied with.
Page 461 - That for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar cash in hand paid by the party of the second part to the party of the first part...
Page 529 - In that case, the defendant employed a man to drive a cart, with instructions not to leave it, and a lad, who had nothing to do with the driving, to go in the cart and deliver parcels to the customers of the defendant.
Page 152 - ... where the drawee is a fictitious person; (c) as regards the drawer where the drawee or acceptor is not bound as between himself and the drawer, to accept or pay the bill, and the drawer has no reason to believe that the bill would be paid if presented...
Page 327 - Commons or any tribunal having cognizance of petitions complaining of undue returns or undue elections, open the sealed packet of counterfoils after the same has been once sealed up, or be allowed to inspect any counted ballot papers in the Custody of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery...
Page 396 - Where a plaintiff has proved his right to an injunction against a nuisance or other injury, it is no part of the duty of the court to inquire in what way the defendant can best remove it. The plaintiff is entitled to an injunction at once, unless the removal of the injury is physically impossible, and it is the duty of the defendant to find his own way out of the difficulty, whatever inconvenience or expense it may put him to.
Page 234 - A person shall not be entitled to institute any proceeding to prevent or to recover damages for the infringement of a trade mark unless, in the case of a trade mark capable of being registered under this Act, it has been registered in pursuance of this Act...

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