Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before the Right Hon. Sir James Wigram, Knt., Vice-chancellor. [1841-1853], Band 9

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Seite lxix - ... provided that this act shall not render competent any party to any suit, action, or proceeding individually named in the record, or any lessor of the plaintiff, or tenant of premises sought to be recovered in ejectment, or the landlord or other person in whose right any defendant in replevin may make cognizance, or any person in whose immediate and individual behalf any action may be brought or defended, either wholly or in part...
Seite 182 - ... during the minority or respective minorities of any person or persons who shall be living or in venire sa mere at the time of the death of such grantor, devisor, or testator...
Seite 54 - ... as he would be entitled to in case the person against whom such judgment shall have been so entered up had power to charge the same hereditaments, and had by writing, under his hand, agreed to charge the same, with the amount of such judgment debt and interest thereon...
Seite 667 - ... shall in proportion to the amount thereof confer on the holders thereof respectively the same privileges and advantages for the purpose of voting at meetings of the company...
Seite 121 - Court may make an order vesting the right to transfer or call for a transfer of stock, or to receive the dividends or income thereof, or to sue for or recover a chose in action, in any such person as the Court may appoint...
Seite lxix - ... on the trial of any issue joined, or of any matter or question, or on any inquiry arising in any suit, action or proceeding...
Seite 283 - Berry, in equal shares, their several and respective heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, as tenants in common, and not as joint tenants.
Seite 482 - ... donor cannot take away the incidents to a life estate; and, as I have observed, a disposition to a man until he shall become bankrupt, and after his bankruptcy over, is quite different from an attempt to give to him for his life, with a proviso that he shall not sell or alien it. If that condition is so expressed as to amount to a limitation, reducing the interest short of a life estate, neither the man nor his assignees can have it beyond the period limited.
Seite 428 - In regard to foreigners resident in a country, although some jurists deny the right of a nation generally to legislate over them, it would seem clear, upon general principles of international law, that such a right does exist ; and the extent to which it should be exercised, is a matter purely of municipal arrangement and policy.
Seite 47 - ... covenant to pay an annuity to the Plaintiff, and A. covenanted that if he should survive his father, he would create a term in the estate for securing the annuity.