Reports of Cases in Chancery, Decided by Lord Cottenham [1846-1848]: Commencing 7th July, 1846: with which are Interspersed Some Miscellaneous Cases and Dicta, and Various Notes, Volumen2

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Página lv - Chancellor, or other person intrusted by virtue of the Queen's Sign Manual with the care and commitment of the custody of the persons and estates of lunatics...
Página 352 - G00/. ; and it was ordered that it should be referred to the Master to inquire...
Página 450 - ... two or more credible witnesses, or by her last will and testament...
Página 517 - First, it is a clear proposition, not only of the law of England, but of every country in the world where law has the semblance of science, that personal property has no locality. The meaning of that is not that personal property has no visible locality, but that it is subject to the law which governs the person of the owner.
Página 332 - Interest upon Trust That they the said Trustees and the Survivors and Survivor of them and the Executors Administrators and Assigns of such Survivor...
Página 160 - You shall, according to the best of your skill and knowledge, truly, faithfully, and without partiality to any or either of the parties in this cause, take the examinations and depositions of all and every witness and witnesses, produced and examined by virtue of the commission hereunto annexed, upon the interrogatories...
Página 42 - ... that nothing herein contained shall prevent the granting of licences in such manner and for such considerations as they may by law be granted...
Página 146 - ... so think fit, to direct that a commission in the nature of a writ de lunatico inquirendo shall issue concerning such person, and to postpone making any order upon such petition until a return shall have been made to such commission.
Página 436 - No bill of review shall be admitted, or any other new bill, to change matter decreed, except the decree be first obeyed and performed : as, if it be for land, that the possession be yielded ; if it be for money, that the money be paid ; if it be for evidences, that the evidences be brought in ; and so in other cases which stand upon the strength of the decree alone. 4. But if any act be decreed to be done which extinguisheth the parties...
Página 509 - The point has been established in the cases in the House of Lords, which, if it was quite new and open, always appeared to me to be susceptible of a great deal of argument : whether in the case of a person dying intestate, having property in different places and subject to different laws, the law of each place should not obtain in the distribution * of the property situated there. Many foreign lawyers have held that proposition. There was a time, when the Courts of Scotland certainly held so. The...

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