The Law Journal Reports, Volume 50, Part 1

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E.B. Ince, 1881

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Page 496 - The Court or a judge may, at any stage of the proceedings, either upon or without the application of either party, and on such terms as may appear to...
Page 405 - A defendant in an action may set-off, or set up by way of counterclaim against the claims of the plaintiff, any right or claim, whether such set-off or counterclaim sound in damages . or not...
Page 204 - ... the same rules shall prevail, and be observed, as to the respective rights of secured and unsecured creditors, and as to debts and liabilities provable, and as to the valuation of annuities and future and contingent liabilities respectively, as may be in force for the time being under the law of bankruptcy, with respect to the estates of persons adjudged bankrupt...
Page 370 - And be it further enacted, that at the determination of the period limited by this act to any person for making an entry or distress, or bringing any writ of quare impedit or other action or suit, the right and title of such person to the land, rent, or advowson for the recovery whereof such entry, distress, action, or suit respectively might have been made or brought within such period, shall be extinguished.
Page 473 - Save as aforesaid, all debts and liabilities, present or future, certain or contingent, to which the debtor is subject at the date of the receiving order, or to which he may become subject before his discharge by reason of any obligation incurred before the date of the receiving order, shall be deemed to be debts provable in bankruptcy.
Page 415 - or so near thereto as she could safely get;" to discharge as customary ; the cargo to be brought to and taken from alongside the ship at merchant's risk and expense.
Page 341 - Any party may at any stage of a cause or matter, where admissions of fact have been made either on the pleadings, or otherwise, apply to the Court or a Judge for such judgment or order as upon such admissions he may be entitled to, without waiting for the determination of any other question between the parties; and the Court or a Judge may upon such application, make such order, or give such judgment, as the Court or Judge may think just.
Page 373 - The cases I think go further to this extent, that if the settlement is intended to be effectuated by one of the modes to which I have referred, the Court will not give effect to it by applying another of those modes. If it is intended to take effect by transfer, the Court will not hold the intended transfer to operate as a declaration of trust, for then every imperfect instrument would be made effectual by being converted into a perfect trust.
Page 366 - ... as she should by deed or will appoint, and in default of appointment in trust for...
Page 64 - I have to determine is, whether the class can take. I must make a new will for the testator, if I split into portions his general bequest to the class, and say, that because the rule of law forbids his intention from operating in favour of the whole class, I will make his bequests, what he never intended them to be, viz.

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