A General Abridgement of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested Under Proper Titles; with Notes and References to the Whole, 第 20 卷

G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1793

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第 1 頁 - An agreement that by its terms is not to be performed within a year from the making thereof ; 2.
第 559 頁 - After verdict, upon not guilty, and found for the plaintiff, it was moved in arreft of judgment, that the...
第 412 頁 - Whether it be of ancient time hidden in the ground, or in the roof or walls or other part of a castle, house, building, ruins, or elsewhere" is immaterial, "so as the owner cannot be known.
第 423 頁 - ... upon another, and thereby stay him from inciting a dog against a third person ; or, if I beat one (without wounding him, or throwing at him a dangerous weapon,) who wrongfully endeavours with violence to dispossess me of my...
第 98 頁 - A bond creditor shall, in this court, have the benefit of all counterbonds or collateral security given by the principal to the surety. As, if A. owes B. money, and he and C. are bound for it, and A. gives C. a mortgage or bond to indemnify him, B. shall have the benefit of it to recover his debt
第 504 頁 - When a man bails goods to another to keep, it is not lawful for him, though the doors are open, to enter into the house of the bailee and to take the goods, but ought to demand them; and if they are denied, to bring writ of detinue, and to obtain them by law,
第 419 頁 - Plowd. 470. that thefe are not timber, and that tithes are to be paid of their loppings, (which could not be if pollards were timber,) yet if the bodies of them be found and good, I incline to think them timber ; fecus if not found, they being in fuch cafe fit for nothing but fuel.
第 478 頁 - CJ, that, if a man have a legal and illegal warrant, and arrest by virtue of the illegal warrant, yet he may justify by virtue of the legal one; for it is not what he declares, but the authority which he has, that is his justification.
第 425 頁 - ... armis, I need not request him to be gone, but may lay hands on him immediately; for it is but returning violence with violence. So if one comes forcibly and takes away my goods, I may oppose him without any more ado, for there is no time to make a request.
第 177 頁 - ... then the time of the tender is past. But otherwise it is where a day of payment is limited, and the feoffor die before the day, then may the heir tender the money as is aforesaid, for that the time of the tender was not past by the death of the feoffor.