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QUO WARRANTO.

QUO WARRANTO.

Cleric of County Court. —ln June, 1846, A. was, in fact, performing the duties of clerk under a small debts act, included Schedule B. of 9 & 10 Viet. c. 95, as deputy for his father, who had been regularly, appointed clerk, but was in consequence of illness, unable to dis* charg
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STAMP.

STAMP.

Cheque. —A cheque drawn by two persons upon a banker to secure the amount of a loan from the banker, is exempt from stamp duty under stat. 55 Geo. 3, c. 184, scbed. part 1, though neither of them has at the time an account with the ' 'banker: and a cheque so drawn is evidence of
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
within his jurisdiction so as to bring the 60th section into operation, and the defendant’s admission not admitting any cause

within his jurisdiction so as to bring the 60th section into operation, and the defendant’s admission not admitting any cause

of action within his jurisdiction, defendant w»s not estopped from his defence to the venue of the admitted cause of action by his admission, which is silent as to any venue at all except of the delivery out ot the jurisdiction. The facts are now, beyond a doubt, simply those de
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

Sir, —As Clerk of one of the County Courts in a district where a plurality has been appointed, I cannot but fully concur in the observations of L. E.” contained in your last Chronicle. It has always appeared to me, and I know it to be the opinion of many experienced members of t
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
to myself. The truth is, there is no security now for any one who has a debt of less than

to myself. The truth is, there is no security now for any one who has a debt of less than

20/. due to him. When I pressed this defendant to pay me, he only said he could not (when I well knew he could), and if I summoned him he should only have to pay about 10s. a month, so the money would be of no use to me. And this is by no means an uncommon case of «uch threats b
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
the statute. The words meant debts due and unpaid, hut payable.” He should abide by that decision. Nichols. —But this

the statute. The words meant debts due and unpaid, hut payable.” He should abide by that decision. Nichols. —But this

man does not petition as trader. He has ceased to trade for some time. Mr. Commissioner Phillips. —Upon the face of this petition certainly he is not trader. He has been a trader great portion of his life, but he is not at the time he petitions. Have I a right to deprive him of
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1849 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1849 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BELL'S WEEKLY

BELL'S WEEKLY

No. 2724.]
January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1849 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England