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, Volume 1
V. & R. Stevens and G. S. Norton, 1847
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Act of Parliament affidavit aforesaid agreement alleged allotment allowed almanac Annuities answer Anthony Hart appeal application ATTORNEY award bill C. P. Coop cause Cent Clayton Commissioners Company contempt costs counsel Court of Chancery court of equity covenant debt declared decree deed defendant's demurrer directed dismissed Duchy entitled evidence executors filed Filkin funds granted ground heard hearing ibid injunction interest invested judgment jurisdiction lands leases leave to amend legacies liberty to amend Lord Chancellor Lord Cottenham LORD EGLIN Lord Eldon Lord Lyndhurst Lord Macclesfield Lord Thurlow M'Mahon Master ment mortgage motion objection paid payment personal estate petition plaintiff premises proceedings provisional committee purchase put in issue question reference renewal rent residue Rolls rule Russ sold solicitor statute suit tenant testator testator's death testatrix thereof Thomas Plumer tion trustees TURNER Vice-Chancellor want of parties William William Clayton
Page xxi - Sir, you do not know it to be good or bad till the judge determines it. I have said that you are to state facts fairly ; so that your thinking, or what you call knowing, a cause to be bad, must be from reasoning, must be from your supposing your arguments to be -weak and inconclusive.
Page 275 - Court as the Lord Chancellor with the advice and assistance of the Master of the Rolls, and Vice-Chancellor, or one of them, shall by any general order or orders direct...
Page xcvii - The Lives of all the Lords Chancellors, Lords Keepers, and Lords Commissioners, of the Great Seal of England; from William the Conqueror, to the present time: But more at large of those two great opposites, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, and Bulstrode, Lord Whitlock. With a Parallel of their Actions to which is added, an appendix of many rare and valuable Speeches, Letters, &c., referring to the said Lives.
Page 358 - If a defendant shall, at the hearing of a cause, object that a suit is defective for want of parties, not having by...
Page 368 - ... 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 in such...
Page 366 - That in all cases in which the plaintiff has a joint and several demand against several persons, either as principals or sureties.it shall not be necessary to bring before the Court, as parties to a suit concerning such demand, all the persons liable thereto; but the plaintiff may proceed against one or more of the persons severally liable.
Page 275 - ... to the Lord Chancellor, Lord Keeper, or Lords Commissioners for the custody of the Great Seal, or Master of the Rolls...
Page 445 - A brief account of some of the most important proceedings in Parliament relative to the defects in the administration of justice in the Court of Chancery, the House of Lords and the Court of Commissioners of Bankrupts.
Page xxii - ... to be weak and inconclusive. But, Sir, that is not enough. An argument which does not convince yourself, may convince the Judge to whom you urge it: and if it does convince him, why, then, Sir, you are wrong, and he is right. It is his business to judge ; and you are not to be confident in your own opinion that a cause is bad, but to say all you can for your client, and then hear the Judge's opinion.
Page 276 - ... may require ; and whenever the seat of any of the twenty-eight lords temporal so elected shall be vacated by decease or forfeiture, the chancellor, the keeper or commissioners of the great seal of the united kingdom for the time being...