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THE JUDGE.

THE JUDGE.

We should much like to see a return of the number of cases in which a jury has been demanded in the County Courts up to the close of the present year, as compared with the number in which the parties have preferred the decision of the Judge. It would bear the most emphatic testi
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
 
THE BAILIFF.

THE BAILIFF.

Although the grievances of the Bailiffs are not redressed, they have almost ceased to complain. But let them not go to sleep. If, as intimated to the Clerks, an application to Parliament for an amendment Act be contemplated, the Bailiffs must not neglect the opportunity to have
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. THE SUITOR.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. THE SUITOR.

Christmas has brought with it the usual repose, alike from approval or complaint; the last month has produced little correspondence, few reports, no o-rievances, and scarcely a suggested improvement, whether from Suitors or their Attorneys. But we hear that the curtailed fees ar
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

The learned Commissioner remarked, it would not be at all an unreasonable rule that a party appearing to oppose the sureties should be deemed to have given notice to oppose at the hearing. That’s the. secret of the mistake in this case, I suppose. Friday, Dec. 8, (Before Mr. Com
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INDEX TO 'CASES.

INDEX TO 'CASES.

Bryant».'Beeson, Wl Buchanan v. Ashton, Dennis, 36 v. Roberts, 156 Buckle, re George, 26 Bnrdall v. Pearson, 185 Burgess v. Newington, 37 Bnrleigh v. Wood, 157 Burnman v. Cannt,‘27l Burroughs v. Bouquet, 270 Burton v. Okill, 270 CAERUTHERS v. CALEDONIAN WAY, 155 . , ex parte, re
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRVING v. MATTHEWS, 325

IRVING v. MATTHEWS, 325

JACQUET, ex parte, 29 Jackman v. Crosby, 174 James v. Carter, 269 Jay, re, 153 Jenkins v. Hutchinson, 226 Joel, Leyin, 287 Johns v. Bedford, 31 Johnson o. Ward, 149 -■ v. The Midland Bailway Company, 200 •Johnstone, re William, 52 Jones v. Davies, 39 l>. Ellis, 325 v. Nathan. 27
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INDEX TO CASES.

INDEX TO CASES.

Lewis v. Gatty, 268 v. Mmray, 235 Lloyd, ex parte, 61 Lock v. The Steam Navigation Company, 292 Lord v. Hall, 256 Lncas v. Risley, Luck v, Handley, 319 MANDEBS r. WILLIAMS, 228 Mandy v. Parker, 270 Mann o. Allen, 64 Marchant v. Jones, 118 Marklore v. Russell, 266 Marshall v. Jay
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIGEST

DIGEST

COUNTY COURTS CASES REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME, EXCLUSIVE OF INSOLVENCY. charges: Held, that the corporation was not liable. Norman v. Corporation of London, 2s\. Sheriffs’Court. onsideration. —The court will not look at the smallness of the consideration in an agreement. If, upon
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England