Practice of the Court of Chancery: With an Appendix, Containing All the General Orders Issued on and Since the 3rd April, 1823, and Also the Recent Statutes Relative to Practice
S. Sweet, and V. & R. Stevens and G.S. Norton, 1842 - 412 sider
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Side xx - Equity is a roguish thing ; for law we have a measure, know what to trust to ; equity is according to the conscience of him that is Chancellor, and as that is larger or narrower, so is equity. 'Tis all one as if they should make the standard for the measure we call a foot...
Side lxiv - Chancery, and according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, chose to be delivered to him all the goods and chattels of the said CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough, and also all such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments...
Side lxii - AB, by a reasonable price and extent, all the goods and chattels of the said CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough...
Side xxvi - ... into the Bank of England, in the name and with the privity of the accountant-general of the Court of Chancery...
Side lxxiii - To the end, therefore, that the said defendants may, if they can, show why your orator should not have the relief hereby prayed, and may, upon their several and respective corporal oaths, and according to the best and utmost of their several and respective knowledge, remembrance, information, and belief, full, true, direct, and perfect answer make to such of the several interrogatories hereinafter numbered and set forth, as by the note hereunder written they are respectively required to answer; that...
Side lxvi - CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough, and also all such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents and hereditaments, including lands and hereditaments of copyhold or customary tenure, in your bailiwick, as the said CD or any person in trust for him was seised or possessed of on the said day of...
Side xliii - Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain,, by and with the advice and assistance of the Right Honourable HENRY LORD LANGDALE, Master of the Rolls...
Side lxv - AB, as his proper goods and chattels, and also to hold the said lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments respectively, according to the nature and tenure thereof, to him and to his assigns until the said two several sums of £ and £ together with interest as aforesaid, shall have been levied.
Side lix - AB, in pursuance of the said decree or order (as the case may he). And that you do all such things as by the statute passed in the second year of our reign, you are authorized and required to do in this behalf, and in what manner you shall have executed this our writ, make appear to us in our said Court immediately after the execution thereof. And have there then this writ.