The Law Times Reports: Containing All the Cases Argued and Determined in the House of Lords, [etc.[ ; Together with a Selection of Cases of Universal Application Decided in the Superior Courts in Ireland and in Scotland, Volume 64

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Page 273 - The true reason of the remedy; and then the office of all the judges is always to make such construction as shall suppress the mischief, and advance the remedy...
Page 267 - A married woman shall be capable of entering into and rendering herself liable in respect of and to the extent of her separate property on any contract, and of suing and being sued, either in contract or in tort, or otherwise, in all respects as if she were a feme sole...
Page 305 - ... where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled unless when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived some particular specified thing continued to exist, so that, when entering into the contract, they must have contemplated such continuing existence as the foundation of what was to be done...
Page 91 - ... any agreement, whether intended or not to be followed by the execution of any other instrument, by which a right in equity to any personal chattels, or to any charge or security thereon, shall be conferred...
Page 182 - Let us therefore follow after the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another.
Page 156 - And here it is to be noted, that such Ornaments of the Church and of the Ministers thereof, at all Times of their Ministration, shall be retained, and be in use, as were in this Church of England, by the Authority of Parliament, in the Second Year of the Reign of King Edward the Sixth.
Page 218 - The Court or a Judge may, if it shall appear desirable, direct a trial without a jury of any question or issue of fact, or partly of fact and partly of law, arising in any cause or matter which previously to the passing of the Principal Act could, without any consent of parties, have been tried without a jury.
Page 184 - ... discretion' means when it is said that something is to be done within the discretion of the authorities that that something is to be done according to the rules of reason and justice, not according to private opinion ; . . . according to law, and not humour. It is to be, not arbitrary, vague, and fanciful, but legal and regular. And it must be exercised within the limit, to which an honest man competent to the discharge of his office ought to confine himself.
Page 78 - In questions relating to the custody and education of infants the Rules of Equity shall prevail. (11.) Generally in all matters not herein-before particularly mentioned, in which there is any conflict or variance between the Rules of Equity and the Rules of the Common Law with reference to the same matter, the rules of Equity shall prevail.
Page 58 - ... to state a special case, setting forth the facts of the case and the grounds on which the proceeding is questioned, and, if the court decline to state the case, may apply to the High Court of Justice for an order requiring the case to be stated.

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