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PETITION.

PETITION.

Second petition under Protection Statutes.- A second petition under the Protection Statutes can be sustained: but the schedule must contain list of all the creditors, including those mentioned in the former schedule. Re Weaver, 294. Somersetshire. Same. Qmxre, Are second petitio
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SCHEDULE.

SCHEDULE.

Debts informer tchedvlet —Uncertifieated bankrupt. —Unpaid debts in old schedules most be inserted in the schedules filed upon subsequent applications to the court, and if together they amount to more than 3001 in the case of trader debtor, the petition will be dismissed. Quart,
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENT— Proceedings in, 109, 221 Lloyd on, 102 Prohibition —Replevin, 331 Q. QUERIES, 23,102, 193, 280 RECENT DECISIONS—NOTES ON Right

PARLIAMENT— Proceedings in, 109, 221 Lloyd on, 102 Prohibition —Replevin, 331 Q. QUERIES, 23,102, 193, 280 RECENT DECISIONS—NOTES ON Right

of Insolvents to Petition the Conrt of Insolvent Debtors within Six Months of their return from Abroad under the Protection Statutes, 75 Beswick v. Capper, 213 Re Thomas Game, 216 Second Petitions under the Protection Acta, 277 304 Practice nnier the Protection Statutes, 334 Reo
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

trial, before the secondary, verdict was given for the plaintiffs for 8/. 15s. The plaintiffs carried on business at 52, Mark-lane, in the city of London; and the defendant carried on business at Prince’s-row, Pimlico, where the goods were delivered. The affidavit of defendant,
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

afterwards the defendant delivered into the assistant s hands a and some bridles for the balance of the debt and costs, whereupon the execution was withdrawn; the three pounds was paid into court, and afterwards taken out by plaintiff; the gun and bridles were sold, and realised
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Clerical, medical, and general life ASSURANCE SOCIETY. INVALID LIVES. In addition to the ordinary Assurance of Healthy Lives, this Society,

Clerical, medical, and general life ASSURANCE SOCIETY. INVALID LIVES. In addition to the ordinary Assurance of Healthy Lives, this Society,

early in the year 1824, originated the plan of granting Policies on the Lives of Persons more or less deviating from the standard of health. Having issued one-fourth of the whole number of Policies on Lives of that description, the Board have recently caused a careful investigat
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Preamble I. The Cocut. Jurisdiction Preservation of in other action* Where to be held When to be held Abolition of

Preamble I. The Cocut. Jurisdiction Preservation of in other action* Where to be held When to be held Abolition of

Court of Requests Proceedings pending to be continued Court-houses In whom property to vest Care of Courts Gaol 11. Tbs The Judge Judge may appoint deputy Treasurer Duties of Clerk Deputy Clerk Duties of Clwk Bailiff BOOK in.—THE
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ommission—House agents. —There is no law or custom that gives commission of 5 per cent, to house agents. They are

ommission—House agents. —There is no law or custom that gives commission of 5 per cent, to house agents. They are

entitled only to the value of their services actually rendered. Singer v. Ford, 269. Shoreditch. Commission agents. —The commission on orders received by a travelling agent is due when the orders are executed, and only for such the employer is pleased to execute. Law v. Oppenhei
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AGREEMENT.

AGREEMENT.

Construction. —ln an agreement between A. and B. whereby A. agreed to let, and B. to take, a certain brewery for term of years at a yearly rent, it was stipulated that A. should take also the casks and stock of beer, a horse and dray, and the book-debts, at a valuation to be est
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BAILIFF.

BAILIFF.

Liability of bailiff. —A bailiff is liable under the statute for acts done by him, although he has ceased to be an officer of the court. The high bailiff is responsible for the acts of his assistant bailiffs. And this, although the warrant bad issued from another court, and was
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England