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JAMES I.

21 Jac. 1. c. 16. s. 3. (Statute of limitations.)

620, 621 ss. 2, 3, 7. (Limitation of action : contract made abroad : foreigner.)

813, 822, 827, 829, 833 ELIZABETH. 43, c. 6. (Costs : certificate.)

898, 899 CHARLES II. 10, c. 6. (Irish statute of limitations.)

822 22 & 23, c. 9. (Costs : certificate.)

898, 899, 900 29, c. 3, s. 17. (Statute of frauds: contract for sale of goods.)

267

WILLIAM III.

8 & 9, c. 11. (Suggestion of breaches.)

749

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GEORGE III.
34, c. 68, s. 14. (Ship registry act : executory contract.)

260, 261, 262,

264, 267, 268, 270, 271, 273, 274, 275 43, c. 46, s. 3. (Malicious arrest.)

904 c. 53, s. 8. (Service of process in Irish courts.)

796, 797, 799, 800 55, c. 51. (County-rate.)

756 c. 184, s. 19. (Bill of exchange : re-issuing.)

911, 917 c. 192. (Copyhold: surrender.)

933, 944 GEORGE IV. 4, c. 41. (Ship registry act.)

718 6, c. 16, s. 3. (Bankrupt: fraudulent execution.)

285 s. 6. (Bankrupt: declaration of insolvency.)

300 s. 18. (Bankrupt : substituted petitioning-creditor's debt.)

155 s. 72. (Bankrupt : order and disposition.)

154 c. 105. (Customs regulation act.)

262, 263, 274 c. 110. (Ship registry act: executory contract.) 260, 263, 268, 270, 274, 718 7, c. 46, s. 13. (Joint-stock banking.company.)

477, 847 7 & 8, c. 29. (Malicious trespass act: notice of action.)

850 c. 30. (Larceny act : notice of action.)

850 9, c. 14, ss. 1, 3. (Limitation of action : payment on account.)

822 c. Ivi. (Gravesend town-quay act.)

745 WILLIAM IV. 1 & 2, c. 32. (Notice of action.)

857 (a) c. 37. (Truck act.)

166 3 & 4, c. 27. (Limitation of action.)

462 C. 42, s. 3. (Limitation of action.)

462, 621, 826 s. 23. (Amendment.)

329 c. 55, s. 31. (Ship registry act: executory contract.) 260, 263, 266, 268, 270,

718 c. ci. (Gravesend-pier improvement act.)

748 5 & 6, c. 59. (Cruelty to animals : notice of action.)

858 c. 76, s. 92. (Municipal corporation : liability for debts of the old corpora. tion.)

745 6 & 7, c. cv. (Birmingham Railway Company.)

830 7 WILLIAM IV. & I VICTORIA. c. 26, s. 24. (Will, construction of.)

211, 928, 934 VICTORIA 1, c. cxix, s. 155. (Brighton railway act : conveyance of shares.)

392 1 & 2, c. 110, s. 3. (Capias.)

154 s. 14. (Order to charge stock.)

158 s. 18. (Rule for payment of money.)

276, 414, 803 2 & 3, c. 29. (Bankrupt: protected transaction.)

294 3 & 4, c. 24, s. 2. (Costs : verdict under 40s.)

897 c. 65, ss. 3, 4. (Mortgage of ship.)

436, 439 4 & 5, c. lvii. (St. Ive's pilchard fishery act.)

586 5 & 6, c. 35. (Income-tax act.)

733 6 & 7, c. 79. (Fisheries.)

587

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VICTORIA.

7 & 8, c. 96. Bankrupt : declaration of insolvency.)

285, 300, 301

c. 110. (Joint-stock companies registration act.)

391

8 & 9, c. 16, s. 26. (Companies clauses consolidation act : action for calls, limi.
tation in.)

618, 826

ss. 28, 61, 62, 63. (Lands clauses consolidation act: register of

shareholders.)

477

ss. 85, 86. (Railway: contract by director.)

200

C. 89, ss. 2, 11. (Ship registry act: plantation-built.)

692, 718

s. 34. (Ship registry act : executory contract.)

258

c. cxxii. (Cork and Bandon Railway act.)

826

c. 126. (Pauper lunatics.)

543, 552, 558
9 & 10, c. 95, ss. 3, 58. (County-court: detinue.)

309, 818
s. 65. (County-court : legacy.)

128, 216
s. 82. (County-court : payment into court.)

326
s. 128. (County-court : costs.)

901

10 & 11, c. lxxi, s. 113. (London small debts act: suggestion.)

902

11 & 12, c. 45. (Winding-up act, 1848.)

847

12 & 13, c. 11, s. 1. (Larceny, punishment of.)

860, 862

c. 101, s. 12. (County-court : devastavit.)

131

c. 106, ss. 93, 101. (Bankrupt : fraudulent preference.)

301

s. 125. Bankrupt : order for sale of goods in the possession of

the bankrupt.)

133, 151, 160

88. 126, 127, 128. (Bankrupt : rights of assignees.) 156, 157, 158

c. 108. (Winding-up act, 1849.)

847

13 & 14, c. 18, ss. 8, 9. (Irish uniformity of process act: service on a corpora-

tion.)

787

c. 61, s. 1. (County-court : legacy.)

128, 216 (a)

ss. 1, 6, 11. (County-court : detinue.)

309, 901

ss. 12, 13. (Costs : certificate.)

901

s. 71. (County-court : jurisdiction by consent.)

321
14 & 15, c. 79, ss. 26, 27. (Admiralty regulations as to lights.)

581
c. 97.

589
c. 99. (Evidence : party to the cause.)

234 (a)

15 & 16, c. 76, s. 46. (Common law procedure act : stating case.) 745, 945

8. 80. (Pleading.)

801

s. 81. (Pleading several matters.)

162, 813

s. 52. (Striking out or amending pleadings.)

163

s. 79. (Joinder of issue.)

163

s. 222. (Amendment.)

237, 239, 333, 802 (a)

s. 227. (Interpretation clause.)

164

c. lxxvii, s. 119. (London small debts act: suggestion.)

458

DIGESTS AND ABRIDGMENTS.

Bacon's Abridgment, Detinue de Biens, pl. 25

Executor (H. 3.)
Limitation of Actions (D. 3.)

Statute (I.) pl. 2
Brooke's Abridgment, Tenant per Copy de Court Roll, pl. 10
Comyns's Digest, Action on the Case (A.)

Action upon Statute (E.)
Arbitrament (E. 7.)
Baron and Feme (E. 3.)
County (C. 5.), (C. 8.)
Covenant (A. 4.)..
Fait (E. 9.)..

Temps (G. 15.)
Rolle's Abridgment, Detinue (E.)

Vol. 2, p. 409 Viner's Abridgment, Condition

314 213 829.

461 937 (a)

196

832 279, 282 641, 642

312 197

726 621, 829

313 671 500

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MAXIMS.

De minimis non curat lex
Expressum facit cessare tacitum
Fides adhibita fidem obligat
Ignorantia facti excusat ; ignorantia juris non excusat
Modus et conventio vincunt legem
Quando abest provisio partis, adest provisio legis
Qui facit per alium, facit per se

916 197 (a)

960 877 (a)

197 960 187

CASES

ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN TOE

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,

IN

HILARY TERM,

IN TILE

SIXTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF VICTORIA.

THE JUDGES WHO USUALLY SAT IN BANCO IN THIS TERM, WERE,

JERVIS, C.J., MAULE, J., CRESSWELL, J., AND WILLIAMS, J.

REGULÆ GENERALES,

1853.

REG. GEN.

HILARY TERM, 1853,

FRAMED PURSUANT TO THE COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT,

1852.

WHEREAS, the practice of the courts of Queen's Repeal of

former rules, Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, in civil actions, in respect of which the said courts possess a common jurisdiction, has been to a great extent superseded or altered by the Common Law Procedure Act, 1852, and it is expedient that the written rules of practice of the said courts should be consolidated and rendered uniform: it is ordered, that all existing written rules of practice in any of the said courts in regard to such civil actions, save and except as regards any step or proceeding heretofore taken, shall be and the same are hereby annulled; and that the practice to be observed in

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