Cases Relating to Railways and Canals: Argued and Adjudged in the Courts of Law and Equity : 1835 to [1854], Volumen3

A. Maxwell, 1846

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Página 272 - ... be paid into the bank of England, in the name and with the privity of the Accountant General of the high court of chancery, to be placed to his account...
Página 272 - Persons who would for the Time being have been entitled to the Rents and Profits of the said Manor had no Enfranchisement been made as aforesaid.
Página 749 - ... be taken, and which shall be required for the purposes of such act, and with all parties having any estate or interest in such lands or by this or the special act enabled to sell and convey the same, for the absolute purchase, for a consideration in money, of any such lands, or such parts thereof as they shall think proper, and of all estates and interests in such lands of what kind soever.
Página 80 - ... separately for the sum of money to be paid for the purchase of the lands required for the works, or of any interest therein belonging to the party with whom the question of disputed compensation shall have arisen, or which, under the provisions herein contained, he is enabled to sell or convey, and for the sum of money to be paid...
Página 491 - This was a motion for leave to file a supplemental bill in the nature of a bill of review.
Página 497 - ... whomsoever, not only for and on behalf of themselves, their heirs and successors, but also for and on behalf of their...
Página 46 - ... to be done in pursuance of the act, or in the execution of the powers and authorities...
Página 238 - Wheels, not being a Carriage adapted and used for travelling on a Railway, and not weighing more than One Ton, carried or conveyed on a Truck or Platform...
Página 336 - And it is ordered that the further consideration of this cause be adjourned, and any of the parties are to be at liberty to apply as they may be advised.
Página 27 - And be it further enacted, that this act shall be deemed and taken to be a public act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all judges, justices, and others, without being specially pleaded.

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