The Weekly Notes, Volume 37

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Frederick Pollock
Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales, 1902 - Law
 

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Page 69 - ... where the misdescription, although not proceeding from fraud, is in a material and substantial point, so far affecting the subjectmatter of the contract, that it may reasonably be supposed, that, but for such misdescription, the purchaser might never have entered into the contract at all, in such case the contract is avoided altogether, and the purchaser is not bound to resort to the clause of compensation.
Page 141 - ... of the company, or procuring or agreeing to procure subscriptions whether absolute or conditional, for any shares in the company...
Page 66 - Non-compliance with any of these rules, or with any rule of practice for the time being in force, shall not render any proceedings void unless the Court or a judge shall so direct, but such proceedings may. be set aside either wholly or in part as irregular, or amended, or otherwise dealt with in such manner and upon such terms as the Court or judge shall think fit.
Page 114 - The Duty to be charged in respect thereof shall be computed on a Sum not less than the full Amount of the Sums (so far as the same can be computed) which have been or will be received in Great Britain in the current Year, without any Deduction or Abatement.
Page 123 - Factory" has the same meaning as in the Factory and Workshop Acts, 1878 to 1891, and also includes any dock, wharf, quay, warehouse, machinery, or plant, to which any provision of the Factory Acts is applied by the Factory and Workshop Act, 1 805, and every laundry worked by steam, water, or other mechanical power...
Page 135 - If any facts are proved on proof of which the court would be required either to refuse, suspend or attach conditions to the debtor's discharge were he adjudged bankrupt, the court shall refuse to approve the proposal, unless it provides reasonable security for payment of not less than five shillings in the pound on all the unsecured debts provable against the debtor's estate.
Page 115 - The duty to be charged in respect thereof shall be computed on a sum not less than the full amount of the balance of the profits or gains of such trade, manufacture, adventure, or concern...
Page 83 - ... as she should by deed or will appoint, and in default of appointment in trust for all...
Page 116 - The existing law and practice relating to any of the duties now leviable on or with reference to death shall, subject to the provisions of this Act and so far as the same are applicable, apply for the purposes of the collection, recovery, and repayment of Estate duty...
Page 117 - ... capital of such legacy or residue or part of residue, notwithstanding the same may upon such contingency go to some person not chargeable with the same duty or with any duty ; and if such contingency shall afterwards happen, and the property so bequeathed shall thereupon go in such manner that the same if taken immediately after the death of the testator or testatrix, under the same title would have been chargeable with a higher rate of duty...

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