The Laws of the Customs: Consolidated by Direction of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury (16 & 17 Vic. C. 106 & 107) : with a Commentary Containing Practical Forms, Notes of Decisions in Leading Customs Cases, Appendix of the Acts and a Copious Index
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Page cxci - Interest in such Lands in respect of which he claims Compensation, and the Amount of the Compensation so claimed therein ; and unless the Promoters of the Undertaking be willing to pay the Amount of Compensation so claimed, and...
Page cxci - ... affected by the execution of the works, and for which the promoters of the undertaking shall not have made satisfaction under the provisions of this or the special Act, or any Act incorporated therewith, and if the compensation claimed in such case shall exceed the sum of fifty pounds, • such party may have the same settled either by arbitration or by the verdict of a jury, as he shall think fit...
Page cxcvii - ... who would for the time being have been entitled to the rents and profits of the lands.
Page cxliii - ... taking any such bond, shall, at the request and costs of the avowant, or person making conusance, assign such bond to the avowant or person aforesaid, by indorsing the same, and attesting it under his hand and seal, in the presence of two or more credible witnesses...
Page cxlvii - ... after notice in writing shall have been delivered to him or left at his usual place of abode by the attorney or agent...
Page cxlix - ... upon filing such plea be at liberty to pay into court a sum of money by way of amends for the injury sustained by the publication of such libel...
Page cxcii - ... (that is to say,) all corporations, tenants in tail or for life, married women seised in their own right or entitled to dower, guardians, committees of lunatics and idiots, trustees or feoffees in trust for charitable or other purposes, executors and administrators...
Page 248 - ... custody of the records of the court where such conviction or acquittal took place, or by the deputy of such clerk or other officer, that the paper produced is a copy of the record of the indictment, trial, conviction, and judgment or acquittal, as the case may be, omitting the formal parts thereof.
Page lxxviii - Majesty shall judge capable of being converted into or made useful in increasing the quantity of military or naval stores...
Page cxcvii - ... shall remain so deposited until the same be applied to some one or more of the following purposes ; (that is to say,) In the purchase or redemption of the land tax, or the discharge of any debt or incumbrance affecting the land in respect of which such money shall have been paid, or affecting other lands settled therewith to the same or the like uses, trusts, or purposes...