Report of Cases in Chancery: Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court During the Time of Lord Landale, Master of the Rolls, 1838-1866, Volum 3

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Side 313 - ... then such right shall be deemed to have first accrued at the time at which such estate or interest became an estate or interest in possession...
Side 432 - ... the Parliamentary stocks or public funds of Great Britain, or at interest upon Government or real securities in England or Wales...
Side lv - Act annexed, or as near thereto as the Circumstances of the Case will admit...
Side xlii - ... application, served upon or left at the dwelling-house of the person with whom or under whose care such defendant was at the time of serving such...
Side 403 - ... shall be left with the senior Master of the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster, who shall forthwith enter the same particulars in a book in alphabetical order by the name of the person whose estate is intended to be affected by such judgment...
Side xxiv - That where the defendant shall, by his answer, suggest that the Bill is defective for want of parties, the plaintiff shall be at liberty, within fourteen days after answer filed, to set down the cause for argument upon that objection only : and the purpose for which the same is so set down shall be notified by an entry, to be made in the Registrar's Book, in the form or to the effect following ; (that is to say,) " Set down upon the defendant's objection for want of parties...
Side xlix - Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by and with the advice and assistance of the Right Honourable HENRY LORD LANGDALE, Master of the Rolls, the Right Honourable Sir LANCELOT...
Side 396 - ... whether the restraint is such only as to afford a fair protection to the interests of the party in favor of whom it is given, and not so large as to interfere with the interests of the public. Whatever restraint is larger than the necessary protection of the party, can be of no benefit to either; it can only be oppressive ; and, if oppressive, it is in the eye of the law unreasonable. Whatever is injurious to the interests of the public, is void on the ground of public policy.
Side xxi - ... in the same manner and to the same extent as the executors or administrators in suits concerning personal estate represent the persons beneficially interested in such personal estate, and in such cases it shall not be necessary to make the persons beneficially interested under the...
Side xvii - ... and the interrogatories which each defendant is required to answer, shall be specified in a note at the foot of the bill, in the form or to the effect following; that is to say, — "The defendant (AB) is required to answer the interrogatories numbered respectively 1, 2, 3...